Intel shifts back to the fast lane

The chipmaker appears to have put its major problems in the rearview mirror. Plus: Intel's mobile Linux project.

CNET News staff
Intel appears to have put its major problems in the rearview mirror. Plus: Chipmaker's new project aims to speed development of Linux for mobile gadgets.

Intel earnings ahead of expectations

Intel CEO Paul Otellini's 2006 cost cuts pay off as the company's second-quarter profits rebound compared to last year.
July 17, 2007

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850

review Chip keeps desktop CPU performance belt tied firmly around Intel's waist at a price that helps offset lack of sizable performance gains.
July 17, 2007

Intel aims to speed Linux gadget development

New site is designed to spur development of OS for improved mobile Web surfing, networking, power management, user interface and more.
July 16, 2007

AMD's, Intel's fortunes diverge over past year

With stronger profits to report, Intel's looking forward to this week. Struggling AMD, however, will hope it goes by quickly.
July 16, 2007

Intel announces Extreme mobile CPU

The 2.6GHz dual-core processor is the highest-end chip in the company's mobile lineup. Mobile gaming just got sweeter.
July 15, 2007

Intel adds to its multicore desktop CPUs

Chipmaker debuts top-end Core 2 Extreme QX6850, a 3GHz chip with a new 1,333MHz front side bus, and three dual-core CPUs.
July 15, 2007

OLPC and Intel bury the hatchet--for the children

Nonprofit and chipmaker have faced off over low-cost laptops in the past, but they're coming together to bring PCs to kids.
July 13, 2007