3D Xpoint memory uses 20nm process
Published in Memory

Intel confirms

Earlier this wee, Intel and Micron announced a new memory that is 1,000 times faster than 3D NAND. 

Intel divides to rule
Published in News

Sets PC targets in six areas

Chipzilla is trying to boost promotion of its desktop CPU platforms by dividing the market into six pieces. 

Intel and Micron to introduce new 3D Xpoint memory
Published in Memory

Products in 2016, 1000x faster than 3D NAND

Intel and Micron have just announced a new revolutionary memory called 3D Xpoint. 

Analysts think that Intel should buy Qualcomm
Published in News

Fudzilla bugs them

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street have been mulling over the news that Qualcomm might spin off its chip making business.

Mobile Skylake has many improvements
Published in Notebooks

30 percent longer battery with faster graphics

Skylake is just around the corner. Intel will reveal the processor in August but  details are starting to leak already.

Intel does rather well in Q2 2015
Published in Processors

But PC numbers still slide

The maker of chips and bits, Intel is doing better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street expected.

Intel CEO confirms 10nm is 2017
Published in Processors

After Skylake comes the Lake 14nm

Intel might have admitted that it will take a bit longer to get to 10nm, and it turns out that after the second generation 14nm Skylake, the next Intel CPU will be another 14nm design, not a 10nm part as many expected.

ASML profits bode well for chip  industry
Published in Processors

$6.44 billion in sales

Dutch outfit ASML Holding, the world's second largest maker of semiconductor production equipment has managed to flog more than $6.44 billion worth of gear.

$199 Asus ZenPad 8 hits Best Buy
Published in Mobiles

22nm Moorefield Atom with iPad mini resolution

Asus has just started shipping its latest sub $200 toy, and this 8-inch tablet is now available via Best Buy. 

Intel needs to stop taking the tablets
Published in Processors

No one believes in homeopathic mobile remedies  

Analysts are hinting that Intel is not going to do well out of mobile chips and should probably give up trying.