Intel is rightfully called the leading maker of computer chips. The company is far ahead of the competition in technology, and is gearing up to unleash processors based on 14nm manufacturing node. Other companies are still a couple of generations behind. The Broadwell architecture is set to bring some new innovation...

Hardware is tough, tough business, and Microsoft is finding this fact out with each passing month. Making wholesales changes in software is not always the easiest of things, but hardware is a totally different ball game. Take the Surface Pro 2 tablets, for instance. The company upgraded the CPU in the deluxe slate in...

There were rumors on this before, but now it appears increasingly likely that Intel will drop the Atom brand name in the very near future. Not the architecture, mind you, just the brand name. The chip giant based in Santa Clara, California is facing intense pressure from the assault of the various ARM based processor...

Chip giant Intel just released its financial for the second quarter of the year, and though they do not show any momentous records, the company did still make a fair few dimes in this period. Intel’s’ revenue during the April to June period came in at $12.8 billion — with profit of $2 billion. With numbers this high,...

Microsoft, Windows RT, Mobile, Processors, ARM, 3GHz, CPU, Rumors When it comes to the technology world in general, the need for speed is always on. On the mobile front, however, the heat for performance supremacy is taking a turn for the interesting. Both Intel and AMD are about kick their mobile ambitions into high...

It will not be unreasonable to suggest that the technology industry is waiting with abated breath for Intel’s Haswell platform that is set to make their debut this summer. The chipmaker itself has hyped up the CPUs to almost outrageous levels. Not only are the central processing units based on the Haswell projected to...

The chip giant is getting more and more serious on the tablet front. After being swept aside by the ARM architecture on both smartphones and tablets, Intel is responding with some impressive discounts to cover some lost ground. Things were altogether different in the processor landscape a few years back. The x86...

Here we go. This issue is like a 1000 pound gorilla in the corner that was always waiting for resolution. Digitimes is reporting that Notebook vendors are having some trouble meeting Windows 8 hardware requirements in a cost-effective manner. Since Ultrabook prices are still unable to drop to a desirable level, while...

Chip maker Intel revealed some specific hardware details about tablets running on Windows 8. Here are some of the salient points. Windows 8 tablets will be available in 10- and 11-inch designs. These tablets will have an anticipated nine-plus hours of battery life. 3G/4G connectivity are expected. The tablets should...

I don’t know about the rest of you, but when it comes to ARM laptops, I just can’t see what possible advantage they might have. Sure, Qualcomm tells you they have some major key points that set them apart but does it really make any difference? What are these key differences that Qualcomm shines at? First off, a S4 chip...