The advent of Windows 8 Ultratablets

This week we have warring conferences as Microsoft and Intel scheduled their developer events on top of each other. This means there are a massive number of us trying to be in two places at once, mostly unsuccessfully.

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."

Intel: We're not interested in buying HP's PC unit

Intel CEO Paul Otellini made short work of a persistent rumor that the chip firm may buy Hewlett Packard's recently spun-off PC unit during a Q&A session at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

Intel feels Microsoft's love in Anaheim

Although the WinTel relationship appears to be slightly strained right now, an Intel rep told TG Daily that Microsoft actually gave Santa Clara "quite a lot of love" today at the BUILD conference in Anaheim, California.

Google's Andy Rubin makes awkward appearance at IDF

Google's head of Android, Andy Rubin, made what can only be described as a most awkward appearance at Intel's Developer Forum in San Francisco today, during CEO Paul Otellini's keynote.

Microsoft embraces ARM at BUILD

Intel may be celebrating all things x86 at its annual developer forum in San Francisco, but that didn't stop Microsoft from talking up ARM in all of its RISC-based glory at the BUILD conference in Anaheim.

Android Gingerbread to get x86'd

An x86-friendly version of Android Gingerbread will be available for Intel's Atom E series in 2012.

Intel talks Ivy Bridge benchmarks

Intel's annual developer forum officially kicks off tomorrow, but Santa Clara has already begun talking up its next-gen Ivy Bridge chipset.

Is Intel threatened by Microsoft's Metro?

Divorces are never pretty and the very public WinTel breakup was certainly no exception.

On MeeGo and OS/2 Warp

A new report claims Intel is poised to "temporarily discontinue" development of its nascent MeeGo operating system due to a lack of enthusiasm from handset and tablet vendors.

Intel's Ivy Bridge surrounded by muddy waters



A new report claims that tepid PC sales could prompt Intel to postpone its planned upgrade to a 22nm process at Fab 24.

Razer builds a $2800 gaming laptop

Razer has debuted a $2800 gaming laptop. Aptly dubbed "Razer Blade," the system measures 0.88 inches thin, weighs 6.97lbs and features 10 adaptive tactile keys for in-game commands.

Rumor: Intel eyes TI's OMAP & ARM architecture

An analyst at Forward Concepts believes Intel may be one of several companies interested in purchasing TI's OMAP division.

Intel gets serious about Ultrabooks

Intel has inaugurated a $300 million Ultrabook Fund in an effort to accelerate development of the recently announced form factor.

Report: Acer prepping x86 ultrabooks for Q4 launch

Acer is reportedly prepping a number of Intel x86-powered "ultrabooks" for a possible Q4 2011 launch.

Apple refreshes MacBook Air lineup

Apple has refreshed its already sleek and sexy MacBook Air lineup with next-gen Intel processors, Thunderbolt I/O, a backlit keyboard and Mac OS X Lion.

ARM RISC chips to erode x86 market share

A prominent industry analyst has confirmed that ARM's RISC-based chips remain on track to claim a sizable chunk of the lucrative notebook PC market by 2015.

Intel shows how it's done with McAfee CEO change

Sometimes it is rather interesting to observe the moves a company makes and analyze the real story behind major decisions.

Why AMD's APU hasn't fallen flat

JMP Securities chip analyst Alex Gauna believes AMD's recently launched APUs have "fallen flat."

Unfazed Intel to press ahead with MeeGo

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.