Socketed parts coming by mid-2015
Intel has confirmed that its new 14nm Broadwell silicon will finally make its way to socketed desktop chips later this year.
Two also rans also run
The two also rans in the mobile race, Intel and Microsoft are teaming up to improve their market position.
Well a bit of it
A leak of the spec of a motherboard has provided us with a few ideas about Intel's coming Skylake chip.
Atom x3, x5 and x7
Intel has announced plans to rebrand Atom processors, giving the whole line-up a new naming scheme similar to Core series CPUs.
All-in-One block for motherboard and Haswell-E CPU
EK Water Blocks, our good friends and well-known premium liquid cooling manufacturers based in Slovenia, have unveiled a rather impressive looking all-in-one Monoblock liquid cooling solution for the Asus Rampage V Extreme motherboard and Intel Core i7 Haswell-E CPU, the EK-FB ASUS R5E Monoblock.
For now, not sure after 7nm
Intel expects Moore’s Law will be around for a few more years, but after the semi industry hits 7nm, things could get a little complicated.
Pushed back to August?
The rumour of the day is that Intel will delay the release of Skylake desktop parts and 100-series chipsets by at least two months.
Beats Intel and Apple
Fudzilla has found out that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be one of the first devices to boast a non-Intel chip build around a 14nm process.
CFO upbeat on PC vs. tablet front
Intel CFO Stacy Smith expects the PC to continue rebounding versus tablets in 2016 and says an Intel partner is being set up to be a major force in the Chinese smartphone SoC market.