Intel says smart phones powerful enough to play a 1080p HD movie while you're video conferencing -- and power-smart enough to last 10 days on standby -- are on the way
The successor to Intel's current Atom processor will be part of a collaboration based on Intel's silicon and the Linux Moblin v2.0 software platform.
A report claims Intel is backing off its MeeGo operating system for smartphones and tablets and instead will focus on hardware running Android and Windows.
The chip giant's lack of execution with smartphone chips to date has analysts wondering whether the company has the right stuff for a renewed effort in that area.
NTT DoCoMo reveals the Fujitsu LOOX F-07C, which is capable of using Symbian OS or Windows 7 on a 4-inch touch screen. It's not as painful as you think.
Intel will once again take a stab at making smartphone chips, a colossal market that the world's largest chipmaker has yet to compete in.
The departure today of an Intel executive who led the chipmaker's unsuccessful push into smartphones and tablets underscores the huge challenges the company faces in these markets.
Nokia's N9 has been a thing of myth since early last summer, but it seems it'll have a powerful processor and the new MeeGo OS to boot.
In some important market segments, Advanced Micro Devices' chip strategy was not promising. But whether this had anything to do with the CEO's ouster, is not clear.
Intel urged Microsoft a long time ago to remake Windows for smaller devices, an executive at the chipmaker said.