At CES, chip giant will discuss limited edition versions of its 3rd Generation Core processors that are Intel's most power efficient to date. Select ultrabooks and tablets from some vendors are expected.
Hybrid storage systems will become common on Ivy Bridge-based ultrabooks.
Intel has launched its Ivy Bridge processor, officially known as third-generation Core.
Intel used a new power efficiency measurement for its new Ivy Bridge chips. Ars Technica is calling this into question.
Windows 8 is tablet-destined, and Intel's announced ways to make its ultrabook processors better in smaller devices.
Chip giant says that reports of an eight-week delay are "inaccurate." It's actually just a "few weeks."
The highly anticipated Intel chip slated for the next crop of ultrabooks has been delayed, an Intel executive tells the Financial Times.
Decisions, decisions. Should I wait for that Ivy Bridge-based laptop? Yeah, if you want a faster system with better battery life.
Chip giant's highly anticipated Ivy Bridge processor--the engine of future ultrabooks--will be delayed, according to a report.
Chip giant plans to make Ivy Bridge more power efficient than the versions that are currently used in the MacBook Air and Windows 8 ultrabooks.