Intel to release more affordable NUCs in next month
Published in News

Dem bones, dem bones. Dem barebones

Intel's website has a new spec sheet up which claims that it is planning to release a new new line of NUC (Next Unit of Computing) PCs releasing this June.

TSMC confident it can beat Samsung to 10nm
Published in Processors

We are well greased

TSMC has said that it is confident that it can beat Samsung Electronics in ramping up production on its 10nm lines.

Budget notebooks from Lenovo released
Published in Notebooks

With RealSense 3D camera

Lenovo is bringing Intel’s RealSense 3D camera to a range of cheap as chips notebooks.

Intel rumoured to want Recon
Published in Wearables

Canadian wearable tech

Canadian wearable tech company Recon is on the verge of being bought by Intel.

Spreadtrum guns for 14nm FinFET
Published in Processors

Piggy backing on Intel foundry

China's Spreadtrum, which is tied to Intel's foundry business, is gunning for 14nm FinFET, with sights set on 10nm.

Samsung close to 10nm
Published in Processors

Production nearly ready

Samsung told a company event in the UK that it was nearly ready to begin producing mobile chips using its 10nm manufacturing process.

Unisys abandons DIY chips for Intel
Published in News

No more proprietary CMOS chips

Unisys has unveiled a new range of all-Intel servers, and walked away from its own proprietary CMOS chips.

Intel NUC gets Braswell overhaul
Published in News

6-watt Celerons and Pentiums

Intel has refreshed its NUC line with a few new models, based on 14nm silicon. 

Intel leaks Purley details
Published in Processors


Not just another Haswell 

Slides about Intel's upcoming Xeon Skylake Platform: Purley have been leaked to the great unwashed.

Intel reportedly subsidizing SoFIA 3G chips
Published in Processors

Honestly, who didn’t see this coming?

Intel is said to be offering a subsidy for every single SoFIA-based device churned out by Chinese white-box outfit.