Intel has just announced their overall revenue for the year 2014. While it was a record-breaking year overall, the company continues to lose money in the mobile space.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Chris Walker, General Manager of tablets at Intel, at CES 2015. Chris talks about how Intel plans to progress with mobile devices in 2015.
Intel has just announced its $89 Compute Stick. It plugs directly into a HDMI port to give you a desktop or mobile operating system directly on your TV.
Intel has just announced their tiny new Curie module, which the company hopes will one day power wearable devices. The Curie features support for Bluetooth Low Power, and paired with it’s small size, this little chip will likely run a smartwatch or smart ring someday.
Intel has begun shipping its latest 14nm Cherry Trail mobile SoC to its partners today. The chip is destined for consumer tablets in early 2015.
Research conducted by Strategy& places Samsung as the second largest R&D spender in the world, and the largest in the consumer electronics industry.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Intel is going to power the next Google Glass with its silicon, and the product will be aimed at businesses.
ARM is the top CPU designer for mobile, Intel is the big name in PCs. Both make CPUs for Android devices, but what is the difference between them?
According to an email sent to employees, Intel will be combining its current mobile and PC divisions into a single “Client Computing Group” early next year.
In preparation for the upcoming Android L release, Google has added NDK revision 10b, with a 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator for easier 64-bit optimization app testing.