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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is here: can Samsung get the Note series back on track?

by Nirave Gondhia 15 hours ago0 comments

Note 8 hands-on: Bigger and better where it truly counts

by Joshua Vergara 15 hours ago0 comments

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs Essential Phone

by Joshua Vergara 10 hours ago0 comments

How Oreo is better than Nougat: Audio

by Robert Triggs 11 hours ago0 comments
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Intel sides with Apple, accuses Qualcomm of sinister motives

How the tables have turned: Intel is now a victim of anti-competitive practices and has decided to side with Apple against Qualcomm.
by Brian ReighJuly 21, 2017

Is Intel rattled about Windows emulation on the Snapdragon 835?

With Microsoft and Qualcomm working closely on x86 app emulation, is Intel about to have a major competitor on its hands?
by Robert TriggsJune 13, 201715

What ever happened to LG’s NUCLUN processors?

LG launched its NUCLUN SoC in 2014, but it was only used in one device. Intel has said it is working with LG to make a new SoC. Could it use the ARM Cortex-A75?
by Gary SimsMay 30, 20174

Samsung and Intel support the FTC’s lawsuit against Qualcomm

The FTC filed a suit against Qualcomm and now they have friends to back them in this fight.
by Edgar CervantesMay 14, 201733
 
 

Report: Samsung could beat Intel and become world’s biggest chipmaker in Q2

Samsung will reportedly become the world's biggest chipmaker in the second quarter of the year, taking the number one spot away from Intel.
by Mitja RutnikMay 2, 2017

Who will be the first manufacturer to 7nm?

Samsung, TSMC, Intel, and others are racing to be the first to produce 7nm processors for next-gen products, but who is the closest and far away are we?
by Robert TriggsApril 5, 20177

Intel’s chip design could be used inside some smartphones in 2017

Chinese chip maker Spreadtrum will make an octa-core smartphone chip, using the Airmont Atom architecture from Intel, that will launch later in 2017.
by John CallahamFebruary 27, 20176

Qualcomm and Intel reveal LTE modems with 1Gbps download speeds

Rivals Qualcomm and Intel have both announced their own new LTE modems for smartphones, ahead of MWC 2017.
by John CallahamFebruary 21, 20177

Check out this 210 square foot smart home with Amazon’s Alexa and Intel tech

At CES 2017, we got a demo of a tiny 210 square foot smart home that uses Amazon's Alexa digital assistant and tech from Intel.
by John CallahamJanuary 10, 20179

(Update: Intel rebuttal) Intel may abandon wearables market after laying off most of its staff

Intel is reportedly laying off most of its wearable division staff and may well exit the wearable market entirely.
by Kris CarlonNovember 21, 20163
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