Where there's an Intel Haswell there's a has way

Hot Hardware has spotted that Intel's new Haswell chip is going to be the first x86 CPU to have a on-die voltage regulator module, or VRM.

Intel Haswell models ready to ship

Manufacturers are hoping that a new crop of notebooks based on Intel’s Haswell processors and Windows 8 can help them buck negative trends in the PC market. A torrent of announcements is expected at Taipei's Computex fair next month and the first designs are ready and shipping.

Intel Iris GPUs look like they're fast

Intel is starting to talk up its next generation GPUs, dubbed Iris. The new GPU is set to debut in Haswell later this year and it seems to be quite a performer. 

Bag designer decides to experiment with Atom

Fashion bag designer Intel has detailed plans to give its Atom chip a make over.

Google tests Intel Haswell-powered Chromebook

Google is reportedly testing a new Chromebook powered by Intel's x86 Haswell SoC.

Why Intel is returning to the memory market

Graphics is a focal point of the upcoming Haswell platform, necessitating a high bandwidth memory solution. To deliver high performance Intel is returning to the DRAM market, which it unceremoniously exited in 1985.

Intel resigns itself to a future without the letter "i"

Opinion In his departing notes to shareholders last night, Intel CEO Paul Otellini was remarkably upbeat about a boat that is increasingly beginning to resemble the now famous Itanic.

Intel maintains Ultrabook delusions

Fashion bag maker Intel seems set to go the way of the other fashion outfit, Christian Lacroix.

Intel's Haswell ships with a bug

Intel's "Haswell" chip is now shipping to major PC makers, despite the fact that it has a bug which causes your USB drive to disappear.

Intel: There are no Haswell delays

Fashion bag maker Intel has denied that there will be delays to its Haswell chip, after JMP Securities started to believe that it would be late.

Report: Google prepping an Intel Haswell-powered Chromebook

Google is likely prepping at least one new Chromebook based on Intel's upcoming 22nm Haswell processor.

Intel's Haswell gets benchmarked

Intel remains on track to launch its next-gen Haswell (x86) chip architecture this summer.

Too many Intel Haswells will spoil the broth

Intel is unlikely to release its Core i "Haswell" Platform in any serious numbers because of the "annoying" USB 3.0 flaw. JoAnne Feeney, an analyst with Longbow Research, said that although Intel is on track to introduce its next-generation Core i-series "Haswell" microprocessors in June, it is unlikely we will see many of them.

Intel offers a USB 3.0 fix

Intel is developing a new version of its 8-series chipsets for Core i-series 4000-family Haswell microprocessors to fix problems with USB 3.0. The core logic sets at launch will have a nuisance USB 3.0 problem, but Intel is promising that future versions will not. Intel warned its partners that when a PC system with Core i-series "Haswell" and 8-series chipset inside it will have a nuisance problem with its USB 3.0 connections.

Intel teases Haswell at IDF 2012



Intel has offered up details of its 4th-generation Core processor family based on Haswell microarchitecture at its annual developers forum in San Francisco, California.

Intel wants more power efficient chips



Intel says it remains on track to reduce the energy consumption of its flagship processor lineup by a whopping 41%. 



Report: Apple drops Nvidia's Kepler from low-range MacBooks



It seems as if Nvidia is having difficulty manufacturing its upcoming Kepler GPU lineup due to a supply shortage at TSMC that has been linked to internal (TSMC) 28nm issues.

Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge and Haswell demoed at IDF

Bringing his usual energy to the stage, Mooly Eden, Intel's general manager of the PC client group, delivered a charismatic keynote at the firm's developer forum on Wednesday. 



Intel CEO keynote offers nothing concrete

In a largely content-free keynote, Intel's CEO Paul Otellini discussed the chipmaker's plans for the future of the computing industry and the firm's new buzz phrase "the computing continuum."

Superthin 'Ultrabooks' coming soon, says Intel

Intel's revealed designs for a new type of notebook - new, that is, if you don't count the Macbook Air - based on a thinner form factor and tablet-like features.