Intel has had a pretty lofty 2013 for its tablet processors, compared to previous years. And now it appears that the company has even more ambitious plans in 2014. After launching Bay Trail chips for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 powered tablets, the chip giant is now ready to bring its solutions to Android, and is even...

Some would claim that right now the Atom chips are Intel’s main focus. And judging by what the world famous processor maker is planning, they would not be too far off in their claim. While desktop processors have long been overlooked by Intel, it seems that notebook CPUs are also on the backburner now — tablet...

Intel has had a bit of a bona fide success on its hand with its current Bay Trail platform, with several Microsoft partners choosing the Atom processor to bring to market several affordable devices capable of running Windows 8.1 Pro. Many of these tablets and convertibles are out in the market, and others should hit...