by Andrew Grush, 6 months ago
With recent developments from Intel, is the coming finally ready to take on its ARM rivals for dominance in the mobile world?
News | Tablets
by David Gonzales, 6 months ago
Asus CEO Jerry Shen was at Qualcomm’s Computex 2013 keynote with the LTE-enabled MeMo Pad FHD 10. It apparently uses a Qualcomm CPU and not one from Intel.
by Kyle Wiggers, 6 months ago
Intel revealed its next generation mobile processor – Merrifield – at Computex 2013 in Taiwan. Battery life and performance are among the improvements.
At Computex 2013 Intel announced plans to pair its Bay Trail-T SoCs with its new XMM 7160 LTE chip starting later this year.
by Robert Triggs, 6 months ago
Intel’s upcoming Silvermont processors will be branded under Pentium and Celeron names and will support Android as well as Microsoft’s Windows operating systems.
Intel has officially announced it has bought the satellite navigation chip business unit of ST-Ericsson. This marks the first acquisition since Intel’s new CEO took the reigns.
News | Rumors | Samsung
According to a “source familiar with the matter”, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will feature an Intel Atom processor. Could this be the big break Intel has been waiting for?
News | Phones
A new version of the ASUS Fonepad aims to improve the device’s performance with an Intel Z2460 processor, and also comes with 32GB internal storage.
Featured | Opinions
Intel has been struggling in the mobile market for a while, so what can it do get on top of ARM? Can Silvermont change the company’s fortunes?
Need to know | News | Phones | Tablets
by David Gonzales, 7 months ago
Intel finally took the wraps off its radical new Silvermont microarchitecture, signifying a revamp of the entire Atom platform. Could this finally lead to its success in the quest for world mobile market domination?
News | Samsung
by Robert Triggs, 7 months ago
Intel, Samsung, and Telefónica have announced investments in Expect Labs to develop technologies which will be able to listen to and analyze conversations in real time.
by Chris Smith, 7 months ago
Intel has confirmed those previously rumored Intel-based Android notebooks, revealing that the cheapest versions will retail for as low as $200.
by Bogdan Bele, 7 months ago
According to sources from notebook vendors, Intel is planning to push Android convertible notebooks, as Windows 8 failed to impress the market.
by Randy Khoo, 7 months ago
The 8GB version of the ASUS Fonepad with 3G mobile data and voice-calling has just been launched in South East Asia.
by Adrian Diaconescu, 8 months ago
Intel had a timid debut in the Android décor, with its first mobile chips powering only a handful of entry-level phones from small manufacturers in 2012.
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