Keeping the outside of notebooks cool has been a challenge. Chipmaker's new technology will be licensed to customers so they can make "thinner and thinner laptops."
Laptop manufacturers are gearing up to release machines with Intel's powerful next-generation Core i7 Mobile chips, to coincide with Microsoft's spangly new operating system
Chipmaker celebrates the one-year anniversary of the Atom processor by introducing two new models, while confirming the arrival of Nehalem-based mobile chips later this year.
The upcoming processor, which puts two processor cores and a graphics function together in the same chip package, is the shape of things to come.
Engaging in three different phases of laptop development, Intel seems to have a triple-front release schedule all set to go.
Chipmaker's message this summer? Thin is getting thinner. Ultra-thin is a big move for Intel. This will be Intel's primary mobile market focus in the next few months.
A desktop system based on Intel's upcoming Nehalem processor has been built. Meanwhile, the chipmaker's Nehalem mobile platform gets a name.