Skylight on Skylake
Published in Processors
17 April 2015

Skylight on Skylake


New Intel leak

Details of Intel's upcoming Skylake generation of CPUs and their accompanying platform controllers has been leaked on a Chinese site.

Intel figures confirm PC slowdown
Published in News


Thank the gods for the datacentre

Chipzilla's financial figures confirm that PC sales have continues to slide after a brief recovery after the death of Windows XP.

Shareholders spank Altera back to the negotiating table
Published in News


Do stop mucking about

Several key Alteria shareholders have forced the company back to the negotiating table to discuss the merger with Intel.

Intel shows off some more Knight's Landing
Published in Processors


Tech details online

Chipzilla has been publishing more information about its Knight's Landing Xeon Phi (co)processors.

Google and Intel to speed up Android updates
Published in Mobiles


At least on Intel gear

Intel and Google want to slash the wait time for users to get Android updates.

Dell has a new venue tablet
Published in Notebooks


Atom Z3580 processor on board

Dell has launched a new Venue 10 7000 tablet, which will be available starting May in Canada, China, and the US.

Intel SoFIA Atom products coming this quarter
Published in Processors


Going after cheap Chinese handsets

Intel’s first SoFIA smartphone SoCs will start shipping this quarter, with cheap smartphones based on Atom x3 silicon coming shortly thereafter.

After Haswell Refresh business users get Skylake-S
Published in Processors


No Broadwell for desktop business customers

Currently the fastest Core i7 for business customers that supports Intel vPro is the Core i7 4790. 

Semiconductor sales up eight percent
Published in News


Intel still the market leader shokka

Sales of semiconductors were up eight per cent and reached $340bn according to a report by analyst house Gartner.

Intel might be hiding mobile loses
Published in Mobiles


Chipzilla denies it

It appears that Chipzilla has worked out a cunning plan to prevent people worrying about all the money it is losing trying to buy its way into the mobile market.