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The Architecture Group's former GM, who was passed over as CEO earlier this year, will leave the company in February.
The company's CEO is slated to retire in May. Piper Jaffray believes the decision on a new chief has been delayed -- a situation that could hurt Intel.
CNET details the pluses and minuses for some candidates, including Intel Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.
The chipmaker opens the Intel Developer Forum 2012 with a peek at what it's doing to enable touch and speech functionality across all devices.
Intel exec David "Dadi" Perlmutter sits down with CNET at IDF to discuss the technologies that will define the chipmaker over the next 12 months.
Intel's tablet plans are becoming clear, as the chip giant rolls out new Atom processors over the next 12 months and releases a redesign in 2013.
Paul Otellini says the chipmaker is redirecting its focus to low-power and small devices like smartphones, Netbooks, and tablets.
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.
Head-turning consumer tablets using Intel processors are still in the future, leaving the iPad to rule the present.
As it hosts its annual developer forum, the chipmaker is contending with a major shift among tech companies and consumers toward pervasive computing, where no single device holds sway.