Intel needs to stop mucking about and get itself an ARM license so that it can push into the mobile market, claims, er, a co-founder of ARM.
A leaked Chipzilla roadmap has appeared on the world wide wibble which indicates that Intel is planning to release two new Xeon Phi co-processor cards in May.
Google is likely prepping at least one new Chromebook based on Intel's upcoming 22nm Haswell processor.
Google is reportedly interfering with the Swedish language - putting pressure on the Language Council not to include "ogooglebar" in its yearly list of new words.
Opinion The writing was on the wall for Intel-based Ultrabooks well over a year ago.
Chipmaker Intel is still struggling to market sleek and pricey Ultrabooks, which are facing more competition than ever from high-end tablets and hybrids. However, it could finally be about to make them a bit more appealing to cash strapped consumers who won't have their savings taxed by the Cypriot government.
Fashion bag maker Intel is making sure that it does not anger animal rights groups by testing its television service on human guinea pigs.
A 51-year old man born in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England has been appointed the country manager of Intel Canada.
While Steve Jobs claimed that any tablet smaller than nine inches was doomed to fail, Intel's PC business chief doesn't see much of a future for big stand-alone tablets.
Intel remains on track to launch its next-gen Haswell (x86) chip architecture this summer.
Intel has decided that there is no hurry getting itself a nice shiny new CEO, according to the strokers of beards and people in the know at analyst outfit Piper Jaffray.
Paul Otellini is being put out to pasture in mid-May and the debate has so far been about if he is to be replaced by an insider or an outsider.
It is starting to look like Intel's and Apple's plan to kill off firewire and USB with Thunderbolt is grinding into a Titanic iceberg.
Lenovo has unveiled an uber-thin ultrabook. Dubbed the T431s, the system features a revamped trackpad, an enhanced keyboard, and an arguably more aesthetic design than its predecessors.
Opinion While Intel and its customers reliant on PC sales have all been hurting as sales have fallen in the last year, it appears that British design company ARM continues to make waves in the market.
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.
"Kicking" Pat Gelsinger has ruled out a return to his old haunts at Chipzilla as its new CEO.
Now the top bod at VMWare, Gelsinger's name has been touted as a possible candidate to replace Paul Otellini, who retires in May.
Razer's Project Fiona gaming tablet went up for pre-order earlier this month. However, pre-orders have now been put on hold due to overwhelming demand.
Although the semiconductor market is hurting and it is not expected to rebound until the latter half of the year, IHS iSuppli is reporting an unexpected decline in inventory, led by Intel. Inventory reached record highs late last year, so the turnaround is a surprise.
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.
Developers at Intel's Open Source Technology Center have coded a new version of Android optimized to run on Santa Clara's x86 chips.