Intel's 7th-generation Core processors are nearly here.
A technology called silicon photonics has graduated from Intel's research labs into a real-world product to speed up computer communications.
Partnership announced at developers forum will boost Intel's manufacturing prowess and its chances of making Apple processors.
It's not just Apple; Intel believes USB type C will replace your 1/8-inch 3.5mm headphone jack. We talk about some of the buzziest announcements from Intel's developer conference.
Intel says there are good reasons to say goodbye to the 3.5mm audio jack and bring headphones, earbuds and microphones into the digital era.
Intel built its own "Merged Reality" headset, and it's pretty cool.
A tiny new computer system called Joule powers smart safety glasses -- for assembly-line workers, not the general public.
Intel shows how its new Joule technology can be used to advance computer vision using a set of augmented-reality safety glasses.
Intel-backed startup Grush makes brushing more fun for kids.
Intel's new Project Alloy mixes AR and VR by allowing the user to use their hands as controllers.
If you're a video editor or hardcore gamer, you might be excited by Intel's seventh-generation Core chip, code-named Kaby Lake. CEO Brian Krzanich shows it up and running.
How will you get PC things done inside a VR headset? This Microsoft video should give you some idea.
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