Of course, you don't get wafers with it, it's an albatross
Intel is in talks to sell a unit that makes chips for home internet access gear to MaxLinear.
Apparently in a move to increase growth
Despite the fact it still manages to make pots of cash, Intel confirmed that “less than one percent” of its global workforce had been laid off.
‘Horse Ridge’ out the gate
Intel Labs in collaboration with QuTech has released details of its new Horse Ridge cryogenic quantum control chip.
Rumours of Glory
The dark satanic rumour mill is starting to report sitings of the upcoming Intel 10th gen Comet Lake-S Desktop CPUs.
Looks like it will just be a few companies with face masks
Intel and Vivo are joining a long list of names who are not going to the Mobile World Congress 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Ninth consecutive quarters of growth in notebook and desktop
AMD is on a roll according to a recent Mercury Research Q4 2019 x86 Processor Report.
Want to keep staff happy
Intel is investing heavily in “smart buildings” in Israel that will be packed full of perks to keep employees happy, helping the US chipmaker compete for the country’s top professionals.
While rivals are rubbing their paws with glee
Samsung's hopes that there will be a gradual recovery in memory chip demand this year appear to be slowly failing.
A sixth year and just more “improvements”
Chipzilla’s Comet Lake-H chip, the Core i5-10300H should provide users with an 11 percent performance boost, but at what point will Intel finally give up on 14nm technology?
Third time lucky?
For the third time in less than a year, Intel has disclosed a new set of vulnerabilities related to the speculative functionality of its processors.