Has Intel totally lost the plot?

When newly hatched Intel CEO Brian Krzanich told analysts that Intel was moving into the foundry business, a thousand jaws in the semiconductor business must have dropped.

Heads up Apple, here comes 64-bit Android on Intel

Apple's A7 chips will feel some 64-bit heat from Intel and Android next year. 

Intel is going retail for the holidays

Fashion bag maker Intel has surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by setting up their own high street shops. After all, it worked for Apple and even Microsoft.

Facebook and the OCP gang up on Cisco

It is starting to look like Facebook's Open Compute Project (OCP) is to be a glorious alliance including Intel, Broadcom, and others which aims to give Cisco a kick in the nadgers.

HP shoots for the moon with AMD

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has been showing off its low power, ultra dense Moonshot server powered by AMD Opterons.

Fujitsu lights up servers with Intel's silicon photonics

Intel and Fujitsu have been showing off a new server which uses Intel silicon photonics technology with an Optical PCI Express (OPCIe) design.

Intel netbooks: dead form factor resurrected?

Five years ago the market was abuzz with talk of cheap netbooks based on Intel’s Atom processors and AMD’s upcoming low-end APUs. Then Steve Jobs took to the stage with the first iPad in tow and the rest is history – netbooks died out faster than any PC form factor in recent history.

Has Intel lost its way and undermined itself?

The news that Intel’s Galileo is on its way just underlines to me how the chip giant has lost its way.

Does a Chromebook replace a laptop?

You betcha! Here's 7 reasons why you should take the leap of faith and own one of these suckers, too.

Intel's NUC gets a Haswell makeover and a Bay Trail rumor

Intel has expanded its lineup of NUC mini-PCs with a new model boasting a Core i5 Haswell processor (1.3 GHz dual-core chip), HD 5000 graphics and support for ultra HD displays.

Google's Chromebooks are going (Intel) Haswell

Google has confirmed that its next-gen lineup of upcoming Chromebooks will be powered by Intel Haswell processors - boasting extended battery life and improved performance compared to earlier models.  

Intel launches its latest family of low-power SoCs, codenamed "Bay Trail"

The "Bay Trail" family is based on Intel's "Silvermont" architecture announced in May 2013. The Atom Z3000 Processor Series ("Bay Trail-T") is the company's first mobile multi-core SoC. Other variants include new Pentium and Celeron processors ("Bay Trail"-M and -D) that targets the laptop and desktop market.

Intel’s quarky future: Prepare your inner geek to be amazed

Intel Developer’s Forum kicks off this week and there is a little event put on by Intel Labs called Day 0. This event is typically a showcase for devices developed by Intel Labs, although this year it served to get us ready for an unexpected announcement by Santa Clara regarding a new product line called Quark. 

Video: The Making of Intel's $200 open-source MinnowBoard

The $200 MinnowBoard - developed by Santa Clara and CircuitCo Electronics - is a motherboard that measures 4 inches (10.16 centimeters) by 4 inches, sans casing.

Lenovo's Miix 10 tablet hits the streets for $599

Lenovo's Miix 10 Windows 8 tablet has hit the summer streets at a $599 price point.

Intel ships $200 "open-source" PC

Intel has officially begun shipping its first "open-source" PC, which can probably best be described as a bare-bones system targeting x86 devs and the growing DIY market.

The end of cable TV is nigh - Aereo wins another round

I was around when cable first came to market, with the so-called "experts" arguing that no one would be stupid enough to pay for something you could get for free, namely advertising funded TV programs. And here we are decades later, pretty much proving them wrong, because, yes we are stupid enough.

HP's Split x2 has a $750 price point

HP's Split x2 can best be described as a notebook with a 13.3 inch screen, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB solid state disk (SSD).

Intel going somewhere: no one knows if it is up or down

Intel's income is down and the PC market is taking a battering. The company won't go bankrupt. Phew! But, it needs to figure out something for the post-PC era.

Linux MintBox 2 priced at $600

CompuLab and Linux Mint are jointly prepping a new line of mini desktop computers designed to run a minty flavor of the popular operating system.