Intel reveals 2016 tablet roadmap
Published in Mobiles

Partners leak a copy

Chipzilla has revealed its 2016 roadmap for tablet-use processors to its partners who quickly leaked it to the media.

Intel loses LG’s Nuclun 2 to TSMC
Published in Processors

Low production capacity

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Intel will not be getting the work for LG’s Nuclun 2 because it lacks the production capacity.

Asus gives Zenbook UX305 a Skylake Core M CPU
Published in Notebooks

Plenty to offer for US $699

Asus' Zenbook UX305 has been a decent Ultrabook even when it was paired up with a Broadwell CPU, but now Asus has made it even better by upgrading it with a Skylake Core m3 CPU without raising the price.

Intel catching up with Moore’s Law again
Published in Processors

Bill Holt's pledge

Intel has admitted that it has fallen behind Moore's law, at least temporarily but thinks it will catch up soon.

Apple takes over Star Wars company
Published in News

Yoda makers join the dark side

Fruity Cargo cult Apple has forced the Swiss company behind the face capture for Star Wars to join the dark side.

Sony denies working on its own chips
Published in Processors

And we are not selling our mobile division either

Sony has been at the centre of a few rumours lately and it appears that Sony Corporation President and CEO Kazuo Hirai has had to go on record with a fairly big list of denials.

Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 tablet goes to Intel
Published in Notebooks

Atom X5 8500, 2GB RAM, eMMC, official

Xiaomi has just launched its all metal Mi Pad 2 that is more advanced than the original MiPad. 

Intel gets Qualcomm’s Renduchintala
Published in Processors

Expect something fabless

Chipzilla has announced that it has a new president Dr. Venkata "Murthy" Renduchintala which it appeared to have headhunted from Qualcomm.

Intel does not need PCs for growth
Published in Processors

Predicts it can make its cash elsewhere

Intel said 2016 sales will climb in the "mid single-digit" percent range and said it didn’t need a buoyant personal-computer market to make piles of dosh.

Microsoft pulls Windows 10 support from Galileo
Published in Motherboards

Galileo Galileo Figaro.

Microsoft is pulling the support plug on Windows 10 IoT Core which was a key part of Intel’s low-cost Galileo boards.