Forget clumsy nuclear fission: researchers have now split an atom into two halves, pulled them apart and put them back together again.
Intel has vowed to outperform its chip rivals in multiple markets, including in the traditional PC space - which Intel currently dominates - as well as the ARM-controlled mobile sector.
Intel's 22nm "Valley View" Atom processor is reportedly a quad-core SoC loaded with Ivy Bridge graphics.
The next-gen chip - which could arrive by 2013 - may also offer a 4x performance boost.
Physicists have created a working transistor using only a single phosphorus atom placed precisely in a silicon crystal.
Rice University physicists have built an accurate model of part of the solar system inside a single atom of potassium.
Intel's issued its first serious challenge to ARM with the announcement that its chips are to feature in smartphones from Motorola and Lenovo.
Nokia may have launched its first and last Meego-powered smartphone, but Intel remains determined to press ahead with the development of its versatile Linux-based operating system.
Earlier this week, Google debuted its first-gen Chromebook lineup by showcasing several devices from industry heavyweights Samsung and Acer.
Intel is reportedly prepping a new Atom chip architecture that "goes beyond" the company's recently introduced 3D Tri-Gate transistors.
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have created the world's smallest data memory, storing quantum information in a single atom.
Intel has debuted its next-gen mobile Atom chip at the Developer Forum in Beijing.
Microsoft running Windows on ARM SoCs? Nvidia building a RISC-powered CPU? Yes, the industry message to Intel is crystal clear: We will no longer be bound by the shackles of x86 architecture.
Interested in picking up a low-cost, Linux-powered nettop for the holidays? Well, you may want to check out the Linutop 3.
Intel's latest dual-core, mobile Atom processor is hitting store shelves today in netbooks designed by a number of OEMs, including Acer, Asus, Fujitsu, Lenovo, LG, Samsung, MSI and Toshiba.
Intel is preparing to wage an epic battle against ARM's current domination of the smartphone and tablet markets.
Imagine if you could boot multiple operating systems on an Atom-powered smartphone without spending hours hacking, modding or rooting.
Intel has confirmed that it will be expanding its set-top box business by acquiring Texas Instruments' cable modem lineup.
Chinese manufacturer Teso is showcasing a 9.7 inch tablet that will be available in two iterations: a 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z515 chip or a 1.9GHz Intel Atom Z650 processor.
Intel's Atom processor can be found inside everything from netbooks to smartphones. But now 7 of the ubiquitous chips have been spotted inside the Bloodhound SSC, a jet and rocket-powered supersonic car expected to break the 1,000 mph barrier.
Aava Mobile has introduced a hardware-enhanced SDK targeted at Android developers writing apps for Morestown-powered tablets and smartphones.