Potentially dead and alive market
Software giant Intel has decided that there is money to be had in making quantum chips which are based on whether or not a theoretical cat is potentially dead or alive, or just popped out for a bit.
"Fact" used to prove Skylake does H.265 faster
In a desperate bid to demonstrate how good the H.265 decode is on Skylake, Intel was a little creative about its facts.
The sixth generation Core for notebooks
Intel has kicked off its press event at IFA 2015 in Berlin and has just announced the sixth generation Core technology that know as Skylake.
Promises to help it out
Intel has told OpenStack fans that their favourite software is missing some important bits, and it wants to help out.
Fings ain't what they used to be
Semiconductor companies are planning a round of lay-offs in the Far East as sales start to dry up.
Buy our chips or else
Chipmaker Intel is taking its competitive game up a notch by investing in its own drones.
SoFIA based Kiano SlimTablet 7 3GR is just €70
Intel SoFIA based tablets, which were supposed to be in the shops for the second part of the year, have finally made their way to the western European market.
Only a week to go
Intel is going to launch its Skylake Core i5 and i7 CPUs on September 1, with Core i3s and Pentiums probably available on the same day in Asia, but their specs are still largely guesswork.
Skylake-U CPU and DDR4 memory
While we already had a chance to see some slides suggesting that Intel is preparing Skylake-U based NUCs for the second half of the year, one such Switft Canyon NUC has been spotted at IDF 2015, running Skylake-U CPU and DDR4 memory.
US tech companies nervy
The Chinese government is set to hack off the US government by working on a set of banking cyber security regulations.