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Meet the (wo)men who could be named Intel's next CEO

CNET details the pluses and minuses for some candidates, including Intel Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.

By March 11, 2013

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Sony exec hints at PlayStation 4 announcement in spring

Perhaps tipping his hand a bit about Sony's "big secret," VP Hiroshi Sakamoto directs our gaze toward the 2013 edition of the big E3 games conference.

By January 16, 2013

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Intel's 60-core chip ships; elites like Hawking get it first

Intel's first chip to integrate 60 processor cores is for high-performance computing applications -- with a high-end price to match.

By November 12, 2012

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Intel: Initial Larrabee graphics chip canceled

Intel has delayed the release of its Larrabee graphics processor, saying it will initially appear as a software development platform only.

By December 4, 2009

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Intel shows off Larrabee graphics chip for first time

Chipmaker demonstrates Larrabee--the company's first discrete graphics processor in about 10 years--at the Intel Developer Forum.

By September 22, 2009

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Intel details future 'Larrabee' graphics chip

Chipmaker discloses details of its upcoming many-core graphics processor that will compete directly with Nvidia and ATI.

By August 3, 2008

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Intel's 'GPA' points to Larrabee

Behind the release this week of Intel graphics software looms Larrabee, Intel's future graphics chip.

By March 24, 2009

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Intel: Supercomputer revamp needs our 50-core chip

The Knights Corner processor is a serious attempt by Intel to build a supercomputer-specific chip. It will be roughly equivalent to the processing power of supercomputer in 1996 that had 9,000 cores.

By November 18, 2011

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Rumor: The Sony switch to Intel's Larrabee chip

Here's the rumor of the weekend, if not the week: Sony will use Intel's Larrabee chip in its upcoming PlayStation 4.

By February 8, 2009

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Intel 50-core chips headed to Texas supercomputer

A University of Texas supercomputer will employ a novel Intel chip that houses more than 50 processor cores. It's the first commercial application of this technology.

By September 22, 2011