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Intel co-founder Gordon Moore's observation 50 years ago set the groundwork for self-driving cars on the road and computers in our pockets today.
Obama stumps in Albany, N.Y., calling for bringing back manufacturing back to jobs to the U.S. -- or "insourcing."
After visiting an Intel plant in Arizona earlier this year, Obama is taking his made-in-America chip tour to upstate New York.
The bellwether chipmaker foresees a 23 percent drop in revenue. It's especially untimely news as it comes on the eve of the premier consumer electronics event.
An "unprecedented" downturn leads one company to cut 10 percent of its workforce. It's just the latest bad news from a key, but lesser-known part of the tech industry.
No Steve Jobs at the show next month and no Apple the following year. Meanwhile, the chip industry faces rough times. Also: patches and privacy.
A blogger out there is latent.