The acquisition of the computer vision specialist boosts Intel's push into the world of the Internet of Things and the self-driving vehicle market.
The FAA names Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, a drone enthusiast, to lead a new drone advisory council that will make recommendations on unmanned aerial systems. Intel got an exemption from the FAA to fly 100 drones at once.
CNET's Sean Hollister explains why the HP Spectre x360 is one of our favorite thin-and-light laptops
Commentary: Intel may blame its current woes on the decline of PC sales, but its poor marketing has also had an impact.
We discuss Intel's huge round of layoffs and a smart home turning on its owner.
Sliding PC sales force the world's biggest chipmaker to cut 12,000 jobs as it shifts efforts toward cloud computing and the Internet of Things.
A longtime leader of the chip company he helped make great, Grove was practically synonymous with the tech industry of the '80s and '90s.
The tech industry knows it needs to do a better job attracting and keeping women. In honor of International Women's Day, we give you a quick look at some of the results so far.
A slew of tech companies throw their weight behind Apple. Here's the gist of what they're saying.
5G will deliver real benefits and expand what mobile networks can do, but you'll have to be very, very patient. And today's hype could even mar 5G's arrival.
Tapping into a 4G cellular network could enable new capabilities like video streaming and even drone deliveries.
Ruckus Wireless has some big-name allies for its push to get better wireless coverage at hotels, stadiums and universities.
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