Core intel News
The upcoming product would be Samsung's first Android tablet to use an Intel chip, known as Clover Trail+ read more »
The enterprise software giant has also said customers should buy the latest x86 hardware read more »
HP also announces a 13.3-inch hybrid Split X2 with Windows 8 read more »
There's still a desire, if not a need, for clock rate speed, though increased attention is paid to mobility and extending battery life read more »
Intel says the Silvermont architecture will break the myth that ARM is more power efficient read more »
Acer Iconia, an 8.1-in. tablet running Windows 8, confirms change in Microsoft's strategy, move toward smaller, less-expensive devices read more »more news ..
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Core intel In Depth
As your IT team looks to upgrade your computational and storage systems, be sure you understand the choices and tradeoffs you face regarding your server CPU options. Some of our recommendations may seem, well, counterintuitive read more »
Intel makes only incremental smartphone chip improvements, while Nvidia and Qualcomm made power and performance improvements on ARM chips read more »
As billions of chip-enabled devices connect to the internet, many businesses are making strides towards supporting the IoT read more »
Security built in at the level of microprocessors is finally starting to look like a viable layer of defence read more »
HP says new Itanium chip, system improvements boost performance by factor of three read more »
What is actually required to make mobility in the enterprise work? read more »more in depth ..
Core intel Slideshows
A broad screen, and that keyboard is like something you've never seen read more »
Several big OEMs have already debuted new Intel-powered tablets running Windows 8 read more »
These devices attempt to bring the best of the tablet and laptop worlds together in one portable package read more »
A new OS has been in development since the start of 2012, backed by two major hardware technology companies - Intel and Samsung - hoping to gain a foothold in the software side of the mobile computing device market read more »more slideshows ..