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?
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing an "ExtremeScale" supercomputer to overcome the "limitations" of current systems.
In reading through the Intel Consent Decree I’m reminded of both the years I spent interpreting and writing documents like this and how glad I am they are past me.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Intel have agreed to settle allegations that the Santa Clara-based company engaged in anticompetitive behavior against its semiconductor rivals.
Stealth has uncloaked an ultra-mini PC that weighs in at an incredible 1.2 lbs and is the size of a paperback novel.
Intel has won an important ruling in an anti-trust case which alleged that consumers had been hurt by the company's marketing practices.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer isn't all that impressed with Apple's so-called "magical" iPad.
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 researchers have developed a silicon-based, optical data connection prototype capable of transferring up to 50 gigabits per second.
Are you sick and tired of your passive and outdated digital dashboard? Have you ever wanted to customize or replace your traditional in-vehicle entertainment system?
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.
Intel has hired former Palm and Apple VP Mike Bell to help the chip company rapidly accelerate its presence in the crowded smartphone market.
A series of benchmarks measured by Jon Peddie Research confirms that Bigfoot's recently launched Killer 2100 NIC reduces network latency by as much as 33x.