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It's been some time yet since we've heard anything new regarding Intel's homegrown Moblin operating system, but just when you thought that Intel (and the industry at large, really) was letting go of all hope when it comes to UMPCs and MIDs, in flies this. Despite the fact that netbooks have entirely overshadowed highly portable pocket PCs,... Read more...
Nice going, Intel. No really -- you've started our morning with quite the laugh. Just hours after we heard that AMD was refocusing its efforts in the microprocessor space, in flies media from Intel showing that it's not about to leave the limelight to the folks at Advanced Micro Device for even a millisecond.The chip maker has decided to retool... Read more...
We knew the first quarter of 2009 wouldn't be fantastic for chip makers. Frankly, so did they. But somehow or another, Intel managed to escape the vicious first three months of the year with quite a few dollars in its pocket, which -- in our opinion -- deserves applause in its own right given the circumstances.The company's Q1 2009 filings... Read more...
While 2010 still seems forever away, at least Intel isn't looking to delay things further with regard to its Moorestown platform. At the company's Developer Forum in Beijing, China, it confirmed that the MID platform would indeed launch sometime next year. Unfortunately, it failed to lock down a specific month or quarter, but we get the feeling... Read more...
Intel is in the process of spring cleaning: After updating its product portfolio this week, the chipmaker is phasing out five Xeon processors built around the Conroe and Yorkfield cores in order to make room for its Nehalem core-based Xeons. All of the Xeons on the chopping block have 1333MHz front side busses. The two parts with X in the... Read more...
Apple may have secured them first, but Intel's 17 newest enterprise-class processors are finally available for all that care to grab them. As we saw yesterday with Lenovo's announcement, Intel's freshest Xeon chips (previously referred to as "Nehalem") are now available to other OEMs and channel partners, and given the depth and breadth of... Read more...
 Grab a bag of popcorn, kick up your feet and enjoy the show -- this one's just getting good. After Intel filed a lawsuit against NVIDIA late last month alleging that a four-year-old chipset license agreement the companies signed did not extend to Intels future generation CPUs with 'integrated' memory controllers (like Nehalem), NVIDIA... Read more...
Not too long ago, it was Intel demonstrating its newest, hippest family of 32nm Westmere processors; today, it's AMD's turn to strut its stuff. Advanced Micro Devices has just revealed to the public the first video and images demonstrating live migration across three generations of AMD processors on VMware ESX 3.5, including the six-core AMD... Read more...
We've got two tidbits from Intel to close out the work week, and being that each is relatively minor, we figured we'd cover 'em both simultaneously. First off, the chip maker has bucked the growing trend of bucking dividends entirely by declaring a 14 cents per share quarterly dividend on the company's common stock. The news comes on the heels... Read more...
Intel has maintained a relatively low profile at CeBIT this year in terms of new product announcements, but there are still plenty of Intel chips to be found at the expo. The chip maker is apparently looking to keep it that way for years to come, with Chairman Craig Barrett today urging the technology industry at large and nations around the... Read more...
NVIDIA and Intel have always had an interesting relationship, consisting of a dash of mutual respect and a whole lot of under-the-collar disdain. And with situations such as these, it's easy to understand why. NVIDIA today has come forward with a response to a recent Intel court filing in which Intel alleges that the "four-year-old chipset... Read more...
We've always heard that the best way out of recession is to innovate through it, and it looks like Intel has heard that very same message. Amidst economic turmoil that led to sharply decreased sales (down 23 percent) and net income (down 90 percent) during Q4 2008, Intel is determined to continue its tradition of innovation in order to be... Read more...
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