A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons
One the eve of the 2011 CES show, Intel has officially unveiled the details about its new line of desktop and laptop CPUs.
The energy-efficient fifth-generation Core chips will enable fanless laptops that can be converted into tablets, and a handful of them are on the way.
Geordi has a giggle fit, Picard gets trampled by Bev Crusher, and Riker chases a shipmate in the most hilarious way possible in a new blooper reel.
The chipmaker is expected to expand its smartphone partnership with Lenovo, introducing phones for both China and the global market in the coming weeks.
A secret coupon code drops this powerful model another $100 below Lenovo's own sale price.
Intel doesn't want to repeat the billion-dollar mistakes it made in the mobile market.
Hint: It's not about smartphone sales volume or market share.
Playing himself, not Sheldon Cooper, Parsons marvels at Intel's technological marvels. It is said to be his first ad as a celebrity endorser.
A new eight-core CPU, plus the X99 chipset, both aim at high-end PC gamers.
The new 14 nanometer processor, codenamed Broadwell, allows for computers that are less than 9 millimeters thick, about a third the thickness of PCs from 2010.