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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, CEO Paul Otellini tells how the company's pending acquisitions will help it address the next wave of computing.
Intel's CEO implies in an interview Thursday that Google TV devices could be arriving a little sooner than previously thought.
Hiccups haunt PlayStation Network after relaunch, while U.S. officials mull location privacy. Also: Is Apple ready for music cloud?
Intel's senior vice president of sales and marketing also acknowledges that Apple continues to push the chipmaker "hard."
Intel chief Paul Otellini talks about the lack of order in the Android universe versus Apple's tightly controlled platforms at the chipmaker's investor meeting. He believes Google will try to remold Android into a more controlled business model.
A top-level Intel exec confirms that Microsoft will make a traditional edition of its Windows OS for Intel-based PCs and different versions for ARM-based mobile devices.
The chip giant's lack of execution with smartphone chips to date has analysts wondering whether the company has the right stuff for a renewed effort in that area.
Paul Otellini says the chipmaker is redirecting its focus to low-power and small devices like smartphones, Netbooks, and tablets.
Intel made a few important and fairly unambiguous statements Tuesday about the importance of the Android operating system going forward.
Chip giant is moving quickly into the tablet and phone segments on the back of profits of its new PC processors, Chief Financial Officer Stacy Smith tells CNET in an interview.