But Apple thinks it might be Zeusless
Intel is just about to release a new version of Thunderbolt, just as its most major customer – Apple, has dropped the technology from its 12-inch MacBook.
Off and on is on
While celebrity chipmakers Intel and Altera have denied that they are getting together, paparazzi are reporting that they have been seen at all the romantic venues gazing into each other's eyes and having serious talks.
Chipzilla comes a full circle
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that suggests that Chipzilla bigwigs want to get back into supercomputing.
Will have to be nice to staff
Chipzilla, which happens to be Israel's largest employer and the recipient of shedloads of government cash, has been pressed to start treating its staff under the Holy Land Principles.
Expected to have been dead in ten years
Gordon Moore speaking at an event celebrating 50 years of Moore's Law said he is amazed that it lasted.
IBM takes on Xeon
Biggish blue is upgrading its Power chips so that they can better compete with Intels Haswell-EX Xeon E7 v3 processors.
Qualcomm, Intel and Broadcom sign up
Qualcomm Atheros, Lantiq (part of Intel) and Broadcom have joined the Prpl Foundation.
Going cheap, very cheap
Intel officially announced the first batch of SoFIA products earlier this year, promising to deliver them sometime in the second quarter. The first products appear to be trickling out, with no fanfare or hype.