Intel promises a battery boost in new laptops, phones and tablets thanks to the new Haswell, Merrifield and Bay Trail processors.
The chip giant says during Mobile World Congress that it's making real progress in mobile and that it has signed new agreements with Lenovo, Asus, Dell, and Foxconn.
The Taiwanese company will be launching a 4G handset in Taiwan in the next quarter, but will be using chips from MediaTek and Qualcomm instead.
A Taipei-based report discusses Intel's roadmap for future tablet chips.
The future of computing won't favor Microsoft and Intel. That's the opinion of an HP executive speaking at a conference in Barcelona.
Intel's redesigned Atom will offer performance that gets closer to mainstream laptop processors.
The chipmaker is shipping its most power-efficient mainstream processor to date, a source tells CNET. Intel also confirmed a bug in the accompanying chipset today.
TSMC signaled this week that the mobile industry is getting ready to move to 64-bit computing.
Intel says it's ready to apply its considerable development and manufacturing resources to smartphones. What took it so long?