Ever heard of the Intel Web Tablet, also known as Intel IPAD? No? Then you’re not alone. A decade before Apple unveiled their highly popular iPad, Intel developed a tablet of their own. Or sort of a tablet, as it …Read More »
By the middle of 2014, a new USB specification is set to be finalized, bringing with it perhaps the biggest change to the standard ever. In addition to the already existing USB 3.1 specification, a new connector, called Type-C, will …Read More »
Yesterday an announcement came from Intel partner Altera at the ARM developer’s conference, which states that Intel will start making ARM-based chips starting from 2014. The first of these chips will be Altera Stratix 10 SoC, powered by 64-bit ARM …Read More »
Intel forgets to insert the actual readme.txt for a driver, instead leaving a reminder message telling itself to insert the real readme.txt.Read More »
Intel is planning to enter the tablet market with a boom with its range of tablet processors. If reports are assumed to be true, we may see very cheap tablets and laptops powered by the Intel Haswell very soon (in …Read More »
Apple has quietly updated its iMac desktop computers with refreshed components designed to improve performance. The new models feature Intel’s 4th-generation Haswell processors with integrated Iris Pro graphics for the 21.5-inch model, and the latest NVIDIA GeForce 700 series graphics …Read More »
At Intel’s Developer Forum, the company showed off a really interesting concept processor. It’s an ultra low-powered chip that can run entirely on a glass of wine. Just look at the image above — what you think is happening, is …Read More »
Both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 have an 8-core CPU on the inside, and that’s great. However, these CPUs are nothing compared to the 110-core processor developed by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The whole …Read More »
Before Razer came on the scene, every gaming laptop MSI released was huge and clunky with serious battery life problems. However, that’s all in the past now since the company announced a new 17-inch gaming laptop that is dubbed as …Read More »
Solid state drives are becoming more and more prevalent in today’s world but the cost can be quite prohibitive. Thankfully there are companies like Micron out there who are constantly striving to develop technologies such as this and make them …Read More »
Amazing 18-year-old invents tiny device that fully charges in 20 seconds, could power mobile devices of the future
18-year-old Eesha Khare just won the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award and $50,000. Why? Well, you know, no big deal, she just invented a new supercapacitor that charges in 20-30 seconds.
The device, which is small and around an inch …Read More »
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Reports have surfaced that Intel and Apple executives have been in negotiations over the past year to form a potential deal that would see Intel manufacturing chips for Apple’s mobile devices.
This would be highly desirable from Apple’s perspective, as …Read More »
Intel is launching their own Internet TV later this year, and it comes with a camera-equipped set-top box
Erik Huggers, General Manager of Intel Media, confirmed during the Dive into Media conference that the company will be joining the battle for the television later this year. Their service will also include hardware that people can purchase, and he …Read More »
Intel has announced that it will be ramping down its desktop motherboard business in the next three years — all the way down to zero.
Motherboards with the upcoming Haswell chipset will be Intel’s last hurrah in the motherboard biz, …Read More »
Formerly known by its codename Haswell, Intel’s latest generation of Core processors were officially launched during CES 2013 in Las Vegas. The company is touting ‘all-day battery life’ on ultrabooks, which translates to about 9 hours of continuous battery life …Read More »
It seems like every computer-focused tech company is moving into the living room these days — rumors of an Apple television have been on and off for quite awhile now, and now we’re hearing that Intel might get in on …Read More »
Were you one of the tens of thousands that backed the Pebble Watch (pictured above) on Kickstarter? Well, congrats because it looks like Apple and Intel have taken the hint.
With more than $10,000,000 pledged over the initial asking price …Read More »
Remember that ad Samsung ran earlier this year mocking iPhone 5 fans for standing in line for a smartphone when “the next big thing” (aka Galaxy S III) is already here? Yeah, well, according to Visible Measures (a video advertising …Read More »