This month we introduce new benchmarks based on Futuremark's PCMark 8 storage suite. Most illuminating, perhaps, is that the data we generate shows that there's probably little reason to upgrade if you already...
In this month's update, we discuss one processor introduction, plus notable price changes to 12 existing products. We also cover some of the news from Intel regarding its Haswell refresh and Z97 chipset,...
Hyundai is updating its luxury sedan with a new platform and design for 2015. We flew out to Arizona for a first drive of the 2015 Genesis.
So your going to upgrade to a new graphics card! Congratulations! You may think it's pretty easy,...
Intel gets serious with mobile gaming and embraces OpenGL ES 3.1 support -- and more -- on Bay Trail.
Intel's prototype for a portable all-in-one will be carried around like a briefcase.
Intel announces a 2014 Haswell refresh that will usher in a plethora of new enthusiast-class CPU models to be released before 2015’s Broadwell.
Intel wants your PC to consume less power than most of your appliances.
Mini and tiny PCs are taking over the enterprise space. Will they find a place in your home?
Software for giant touch screen computers is growing in popularity.
Prices have shown up for Intel's upcoming Haswell refresh of processors.
Meet the new Intel SSD 730 Series.
Once up on a time, Intel's 10-channel controller drove the SSD market forward. When it was replaced by a 6Gb/s processor in 2012, that technology was enterprise-only. Finally, Intel is giving enthusiasts a...
Select Pentium and Celeron CPUs are getting Quick Sync Video. UPDATED.
Last year’s XMM 7160 was Intel’s first LTE 4G CAT 4 modem, with 15 bands it covers most of Europe and North America at 150 Mb/s. This year, Intel introduces the XMM 7260 CAT 6 LTE-Advanced modem, supporting...
Intel is shutting down its app store.
2014 looks to be an important year for Intel's smartphone plans.
It's a hand-sized HTPC with "Bay Trail-M."
Intel unveils newest generation of educational devices.
It may have been a long weekend but somebody over at Intel was in the office. Intel on Sunday quietly slipped a total of nine new Haswell processors and one new Celeron into its price list without any fanfare....
Intel has thrown in the streaming TV towel.
Computex is less than six months away.