The chip giant is moving forward with its next generation of server and desktop processors.
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Mobile Burn: Expect to find Intel chips in Android-run tablets later this year.
eWeek: Intel and AMD gearing up to take on ARM in the burgeoning tablet and smartphone spaces.
A purchase of the Infineon chipset would give Intel a one-stop mobile phone offering and put it on a collision course with Qualcomm.
The chip giant remains determined to get involved in the mobile Linux-based device market with its Atom processor.
First official release of the joint Intel-Nokia mobile Linux effort blends their respective Moblin and Maemo projects.
Chipmaker is asking a court to overturn a term that has become widely and generically used after Psion began sending C&D letters.
People have been wanting something like a netbook ever since we can remember, even way back in the last millennium. But hardware costs made them unattractive. Now we're tripping over netbooks every time we turn around, and have a wealth of attractive choices. Here, we take the Lenovo Ideapad, loaded with SUSE Linux, for a test drive.
The top three iPhone competitors pose a threat to Apple, but may need a product generation or two to realize their full potential.
Sure, they get a little faster and a little cheaper, but nothing like the performance and price gains the pundits and vendors promise.
The netbook race is on, with units from Asus, Acer, HP, Dell, Lenovo and MSI. Who makes the best netbook?
Major chipmakers aren't letting the economy drag them down. Instead, they're plotting the next generation of mobile devices.
At the same time Bluetooth conveniently wirelessly connects PDAs and smartphones to a plethora of other devices, including desktop & laptop computers and headsets, the technology can open them up to mischief or worse.