New partnership with Exos
Chipzilla has announced a partnership with performance data company Exos, hoping to make the data collected from fitness wearables more personal and useful.
Another loophole opens
Chipzilla thought it might have rained on the overclocker’s parade by closing a loophole in its non-K-series Skylake processors to stop them. But it looks like ASRock is offering another method.
Plunging deeper into VR
Intel has written a $175 million cheque to buy the sraeli sports imaging startup Replay Technologies.
Review: 14nm silicon makes a big difference
A year ago we had a chance to test a couple of Beelink micro PCs, including a stick PC, and we were pleasantly surprised; not only by the performance offered by Intel’s venerable 22nm Bay Trail processors, but by the build quality of these diminutive PCs.
Back to advancing every two years
Chipzilla has been explaining how it hopes to claw back the missing six months which it lost in chip development and return to Moore’s Law increases of every two years.
Consumer gear anyone?
Chipzilla is adapting its RealSense depth camera into an augmented reality headset design which it might be licensing to other manufacturers.
Pick your sides
Intel's Kaby Lake-series processors will square off against AMD’s great white hope Zen at the end of the fourth quarter.
Starts at $500
The Lenovo Yoga is one of those devices that we want since we played with one on a press doo and notw it appears that Lenovo has given us a reason.
Intel boss drones about the future
5G networking will eventually enable drones to fly all over the earth, according to Intel Boss Brian Krzanich.
"Big Screen Experience"
One of the things we spotted at the Mobile World Congress 2016 was a demo run by Intel of an Android phone running a Linux desktop when plugged into an external display.