Intel and Huawei Technologies are getting closer even as their rival governments fall out over trade blocks.
According to Huawei, the pair are getting closer and will share technology and adopt Huawei branding behind the bamboo curtain to make Intel products more palatable to local buyers and the Chinese government. more»
A financial analyst said that an announcement made by Samsung at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona has thrown into sharp relief Intel’s inability to capture market share.
Mark Hibben, at Seeking Alpha, said that while the CEO of Intel, Brian Krzanich, delivered a keynote at MWC, Samsung’s announcement of the Galaxy S6 phone shows that the California company is way behind in its egregious goals. more»
Intel has announced details of its new family of Atom processors, and, as we predicted it has changed its naming strategy to mirror the Core series of processors.
Intel is renaming its Atom family with x3, x5, and x7 designations.
At the low end, the 28nm Atom x3, is basically a smartphone chip with Intel Architecture (SoFIA). more»
A law set to be passed by Chinese authorities would make tech vendors provide the government with encryption keys and put backdoors in systems.
According to Reuters, the law relates to counter terrorism and the legislation is likely to be passed into law in the near future. more»
Fruity cargo cult Apple is set to copy Intel’s success by shifting an ever increasing amount of development work to Israel.
Chief Executive Tim Cook was in Israel on Thursday to visit the company’s new research and development offices in Herzlyia. more»
AMD chief technical officer Mark Papermaster has dismissed Chromebooks as “not worth it” and explained why his outfit is not behind the technology.
He said that it was important to look at Chromebook and what Google’s grand plan with it is. more»
Megachip maker Intel has decided that the only way to get around the inscrutable Chinese is to invest in shed loads of scrute and buy its way into the market.
Intel is pouring billions of dollars into expanding its influence in China, where fewer than half the country’s roughly 500 million mobile phone users have smartphones and the market is ruled by Qualcomm. more»
The US economy is officially suffering because its government is not reigning in its paranoid security services.
One of the world’s biggest markets, China, has said that it is no longer using high-profile US technology brands for state buys, amid ongoing revelations about mass surveillance and hacking by the US government. more»
Intel has finally woken up to the fact that its esoteric branding of Atom chips is leading to a lot of confusion amongst suppliers and customers.
Historically Intel has thought that customers and suppliers would instinctively know the difference between the Atom Z3735F or the Atom Z3735G. more»
Intel’s disappointingly delayed Broadwell chips have found a customer in the fruity cargo cult in the shape of Apple’s MacBook Air.
From Intel’s perspective this is great news. Not only will it get a customer for its silicon, the Tame Apple Press will start chanting that the chips are brilliant, innovative and state of the art. more»
Rumours that Intel was going to can its plans to bring its Broadwell chip to the desktop are now looking a little shaky.
The tech publication CHW.net claims that it has confirmed the release of BDW-S and even BDW-K in a few weeks. more»
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that AMD’s next-generation high-performance micro-architecture code-named “Zen” might have borrowed a few ideas from Intel.
The first central processing units to use “Zen” for client PCs will be the code-named “Summit Ridge” chip that is expected to feature up to eight cores, a DDR4 memory controller, a PCI Express 3.0 controller and up to 95W thermal design power. more»
Intel is working out a way of using Moore’s law beyond the 10 nanometre (nm) node.
Mark Bohr, senior fellow for logic technology development at Intel, told hacks he will take part in a panel discussion on the move beyond 10nm and the many challenges it poses soon. more»
Digging among the rubble of Intel’s financial results you can’t help be struck by the ability of CIO Kim Stevenson whose department managed to make the company an absolute fortune in 2014.
Stevenson’s global IT budget was just over $1 billion to provide IT for more than 106,000 denizens – which would be expected to be a black hole on Intel’s balance sheet. more»
The once famous proprietary chipmaker Intel is set to become the largest contributor to the open sauce Linux.
A report from the Linux Foundation said Intel was the largest corporate sponsor of new contributions to the Linux computer operating system.
This means that Intel has replaced some top notch software companies, having made more than 10,000 more changes to Linux Kernel. more»