Intel is preparing the release of four new mobile Celeron processors based on its Ivy Bridge architecture. According to CPU World, the CPUs will be launched in the first quarter of next year.
Technology giant has now invested $13 billion into Austin plant.
A software fix should be available soon, Samsung said.
Intel has landed a victory against Negotiated Data Solutions (N-Data) in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, following a 4-year long battle.
A supposed leaked slide reveals Ultra HD output support, 72 GPU cores and more goodies spicing up the Tegra 4 SoC.
Following on the heels of the desktop Haswell processor specifications, information about the mobile CPUs has been leaked as well.
Nvelo's "SSD caching" systems utilized for speeding up retrieval of data in devices.
Indium gallium arsenide is gaining traction as a potential successor of silicon in semiconductors.
Some buzz is building around a mysterious Intel tablet platform that has surfaced on the FCC website.
Information about Nintendo's Wii U CPU is being unveiled by the slice.
Texas Instruments said that Audi has selected its automotive infotainment processors for integration in its next-generation vehicle user interfaces.
The lineup of Intel's Haswell processors, due for launch in Q2 2013, has been leaked.
AMD reacted to Intel's announcement of its Atom S microserver processor today with a rather interesting email that was sent out to media.
Intel today introduced the Atom S1200 SoC series, which is designed for integration with micro-servers.
This is the first single-chip 60 GHz WirelessHD mobile transmitter for tablets and smartphones for beaming HD-quality video directly to an HDTV.
Vendors are said to be moving focus away from reliance on mobile processors.
The third quarter was a breather for Nvidia, but it appears that financial analysts have begun zeroing in on the company with product concerns again.
Following trigate, or 3D transistors, there could be 4D transistors. But don't get excited just yet.
To save money, AMD is reducing its wafer order agreement with Globalfoundries.
Outgoing Intel CEO Paul Otellini pretty much confirmed that Intel will be picking a successor for him from the existing crew.
Chip has been rumored to be powering Galaxy S4.
Intel has finally stepped forth to defend its position on socket-based CPUs.
Thomas Seifert, formerly CFO and interim CEO at AMD, has found a new home.
Prior to releasing Haswell processors in 2013, Intel will be introducing five significant Ivy Bridge processors for notebooks.
Qualcomm will begin sampling two quad-core Snapdragon S4 SoCs by the second quarter of 2013.
AMD has chimed in on the Intel rumor by stating it will continue to offer socketed CPUs despite fears of a BGA-only market.