With the Justice Department investigating the affair, some of the US' largest tech companies are said to be close to settling allegations that they conspired to keep wages artificially low.
IDF 2010 - Intel CTO Justin Rattner believes the future of computing lies in rich, context-driven user experiences.
IDF 2010 - Adobe and Intel are attempting to challenge the Flash-less Apple by launching an initiative to promote Air apps and games in the latter company's AppUp store.
Intel is showcasing its next-gen Atom E600 SoC lineup at IDF 2010.
Formerly codenamed "Tunnel Creek," the versatile E600 features an open interconnect that allows the chip to be easily fitted into a wide variety of form factors, including in-car infotainment systems, Internet phones and smart grid devices.
Intel launches its recently inaugurated AppUp store for netbooks at IDF 2010.
IDF 2010 - Intel is showcasing a ray-traced demo of Wolfenstein rendered in the Cloud and streamed to a small laptop.
Intel offered journalists and analysts a technical sneak peek of its upcoming second-gen Core processor lineup at IDF 2010.
The PC market is clearly undergoing a paradigm shift, with the introduction of next-gen graphics platforms by industry heavyweights such as Intel (Sandy Bridge) and AMD (Ontario/Llano).
Intel's Sandy Bridge is apparently capable of outperforming all current integrated graphics platforms. But does the processor microarchitecture threaten low-end, discrete GPUs?
Intel has acquired Infineon's Wireless Solutions (WLS) business for a cool $1.4 billion. The unit - which is expected to operate as a "standalone" entity - will allow Intel to significantly accelerate its embedded and mobile road maps.
Intel and Nokia are creating a joint development center at Finland's University of Oulu, aiming to develop 3D and other new interfaces for mobile devices running MeeGo.
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 sold its anti-virus software division to Symantec in 1998. 12 years later the chip giant acquired McAfee for a whopping $7.68 billion. Why?
In what will no doubt be considered the acquisition of the year, Intel announced today that it plans to buy leading security company McAfee for $7.68 billion, an amazing 60% premium over the company's current market value.
Intel is preparing to wage an epic battle against ARM's current domination of the smartphone and tablet markets.
Intel and Micron have successfully sampled the first batch of 3-bit-per-cell (3bpc) NAND flash memory produced with 25-nanometer (nm) process technology.
Intel has confirmed that it will be expanding its set-top box business by acquiring Texas Instruments' cable modem lineup.
Asustek is prepping a sleek, Android-powered tablet that is expected to cost less than $400.
Could a new, indigenously designed CPU help Nvidia compete against industry heavyweights such as Intel and AMD?
Did you know that four out of five notebook PCs are expected to feature graphics-enabled microprocessors by the year 2014?