Intel pro News
Xplore's new XC6 DMSR tablets may break the bank, but can take 7-foot drops and remain submerged in water read more »
Intel projects Android will be in 80 percent to 90 percent of the tablets it expects to ship with its chips this year read more »
Toshiba's Satellite P55T is one of the first laptops in the world to ship with a 4K display read more »
But declines to talk about a release timetable read more »
IDC forecasts a tough road for the Microsoft-Intel effort to tout hybrids read more »
The chips will make their way into desktops during the second half of 2014 read more »more news ..
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Intel pro In Depth
How do you choose between form factors? read more »
Privacy and form-factor are some of the big questions for this emerging category read more »
Intel makes only incremental smartphone chip improvements, while Nvidia and Qualcomm made power and performance improvements on ARM chips read more »
As more consumers and businesses go mobile, 2013 will be Microsoft's most challenging year yet read more »
Symbol of one-Windows-two-devices plan to break out of diminishing PC business read more »
Security built in at the level of microprocessors is finally starting to look like a viable layer of defence read more »more in depth ..
Intel pro 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 »
Windows 8, the white iPhone 4 and games, here are 30 tech products we're looking forward to seeing in 2011. read more »
Windows has come a long way since 1985. Where will it go next? read more »more slideshows ..