Brainstorming next year's PC
Intel says it's working with PC and component makers to usher in design standards that, ideally, would result in more stylish and versatile computers.
Moore's Law: Wiring the world
According to Intel's chief technology officer, computing and communications aren't just going to
converge--they're going to overlap.
Pentium 4 set for 2003
Intel preps a new version of the Pentium 4, code-named Prescott, and a slate of initiatives to make computers and phones sleeker and smaller.
Don't expect low-energy P4
Intel will not try to fit the chip into the tiniest notebooks on the market, signaling what will likely be a lengthy and inexorable conversion within the company's mobile processor line.
Computer spec ascends ladder
3GIO, a major architecture standard expected to be at the heart of future computers, edges a step closer to reality with the release of the first draft of the specification.
The charm? Cheaper chips
Intel offers cash-strapped telecommunications companies three new programmable network chips aimed to ease costs.
Barrett: PC market on the mend
Intel's CEO says things are stabilizing even though the market for communications equipment continues to shrink.
Rambus speeds up its DRAM
The memory-chip designer is updating its technology at a critical time, as rivals have been helping to popularize the competing Double Data Rate SDRAM.
Upgrade set for new hard-drive spec
Barely six months after the first version of Serial ATA was announced, work is under way on version 2, aimed at servers and network storage.
Putting on a show with Prestonia
The chip giant is unveiling its first server chip based on the Pentium 4. It's all about staking a claim in the world of high-end computing.