Intel made its "Llama Mountain" Core M 2-in-1 reference design available for some scrutiny at IDF 2014.
Intel's Core M platform should enable slim and high-performance 2-in-1 PCs and wants to kill cables and passwords of all kinds.
Today at Moscone West in San Francisco, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich took the stage to deliver the keynote address to open this year's Intel Developers Forum (IDF).
Today Apple finally unveiled the iPhone 6, the rumored iPhone phablet, aka the iPhone 6 Plus, and the long-awaited Apple smartwatch, aka Apple Watch.
We compare three generations of Intel's Xeon E5-2690 processors, plus the flagship Xeon E5-2699 v3 to see how Haswell-EP affects the datacenter.
Intel reveals more technical details about the Core M, and we get our first peek of Broadwell-Y processing and battery performance comparisons.
HP is playing it safe with its refreshed lineup of Chromebooks by putting out both Intel Celeron-based SKUs and a couple of models rocking the NVIDIA Tegra K1 SoC.
AMD Now Offers Eight-Core Processors For 95-Watt Motherboards, providing a low-budget upgrade path to respectable multi-threading performance. In addition, the new FX-8370 processor has arrived, and prices have been cut across the board.
Leaked Gigabyte X99 motherboard manuals appear to confirm that the Core i7-5820K will only be able to address 28 PCI-Express lanes, in contrast to the 40 lanes of its superior counterparts.
Intel's entrance into the mobile market has been glacially slow so far, and one analyst thinks the best way to change that would be for Intel to buy an ARM chip company like Mediatek.
After being more than 5 years in the works, Nvidia is getting closer to shipping its innovative brand-new 64-bit and ARMv8-based Denver core.
After 22 years of supporting legacy code, the Khronos Group wants a fresh start with a next-generation and unified OpenGL API for PC and mobile.
You wanted a comparison of Intel's Pentium G3258 using low-cost platform components. Can an entry-level motherboard and bundled heat sink still deliver a satisfying overclocking experience, or does going cheap ruin this dual-core CPU's value appeal?
Despite a clear performance advantage, Intel just doesn't seem like an enthusiast-friendly company. Certain elements in the organization want to change that perception, though. Devil's Canyon is meant to allay power users with more speed.