Intel sued over over-heating phones
Published in Games


Things got too hot in Brazil


Chipzilla wasted a fortune trying to arrive into the smartphone chip making business too late, and not it looks like it will have to shell out a bit more to make its mess go away.

Big Blue put data on an atom
Published in News


Not an Intel chip - the other type of atom

Big Blue boffins have managed to read and write data to a single atom.

Intel C3000 Atom chips out
Published in Processors


 May last longer than the 18 months that the C2000s did 

As Intel's Atom division gets buried under a scandal over its C2000s only having an 18 month life expectancy, Chipzilla has released its new Atom CPU 3000 range to replace it.

Intel’s Atom C2000 chip flaw spreads to Juniper
Published in Processors


Cisco already admitted it


It is starting to look like Intel’s Atom C2000 chip fiasco has spread to another networking manufacturer.

Intel’s Puma 6 chip-set falls asleep
Published in Processors


Serious latency problems


One of the world’s most popular chipsets for gigabit broadband modems, Intel's Puma 6 chipset, suffers from at latency jitter so bad it ruins online gaming and other real-time connections.

Intel shows off 14 nm IoT Atoms
Published in Wearables


Atom E3900 series totally redesigned

Intel has been showing off its next generation of its Atom microprocessors intended for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Microsoft's Hololens headset's Atomic secrets
Published in Wearables


HPU is pretty powerful


Software King of the World, Microsoft, has managed to keep what is under the bonnet of its Hololens pretty secret, but not it appears ready to spill the beans.

Dutch boffins create atomic scale storage
Published in News

Up and Atom

Dutch boffins have worked out how to create an atomic scale rewritable data-storage device capable of packing 500 terabits onto a single square inch.

Atom server chips might be toast
Published in Processors


Intel is walking away like Craig David

The dark satanic rumour mill is suggesting that Intel is about to kill off its Atom’s for server programme.

Intel Apollo Lakes are 30 percent faster than Braswell
Published in Notebooks


Goldmont 14nm will bring fast Atom notebooks in 2H16

Intel has not given up on its power saving roadmap even if it will not produce any more phone SoCs. In fact its Apollo Lake notebook platform can bring up to 30 percent better performance.