At MWC 2014 Intel has formally unveiled its Atom Merrifield and Moorefield 64-bit chips, with plans to release the dual-core Merrifield in the first half of this year.
In a mobile world dominated by ARM and Qualcomm, Intel’s fortunes seem to be waning. But is that really the case? We look at Intel’s strategy to remain relevant and innovative in a “Post PC” market,
Intel will be introducing two processors from its Merrifield and Bay Trail brands for tablets and smartphones at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
ARM and Intel are worlds apart when it comes to success in the mobile processor market, but could the move to 64-bit mobile challenge offer Intel a second chance?
Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich, has told an investor earnings call that 64-bit Bay Trail powered Android tablets will be ready for Q2 2014.
CES 2014 was this week and a lot of fun stuff happened. This week we talk about Samsung Smart Home, Timely, Aviate, and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
Josh Vergara gets hands on with the new ASUS Transformer Book Duet, which offers 4-in-1 functionality as either a Windows or Android laptop and tablet.
Intel has revealed that it has been making code contributions to the 64-bit version of Android 4.4 KitKat and that the kernel work is now complete. The chip giant has worked to ensure that, at the kernel level at least, OEMs using its Silvermont based Atom processors have a 64-bit version of Android available for use on their devices.
Erik Reid, general manager of Intel’s tablet business, says that Intel is exploring the possibilities of dual boot devices. Exploring is the key word, he insists that we won’t be seeing a line-up of Windows/Android devices in the near future.
Monday was Press Day at International CES and the day when the show kicked off in earnest. While we had some interesting stuff on Sunday, it was yesterday that the big guns, like Samsung, Sony, and Asus, held press events to introduce exciting new products.