Well, having more options never killed anybody, so why not? Computing security has become the topmost concern for many users, particularly for those that rely on mobile devices. No one wants to see personal, family or business information land in the wrong hands because of a stolen device. And while steps have already...

The chip giant has had an interesting few years at the very top of the food chain. With nary a competition in sight, at least in the x86 field, Intel has shifted focus towards low-power chips for tablets and hybrids. While at the same time rumors of production difficulties with its upcoming fifth generation Core...

Well, look who’s dabbing into hardware, now! Historically, Intel have created just but a few hardware devices, the most surprising of the list being a microscope, of all things, under the Intel Play line. But the chipmaker has shown sustained interest in Mini PCs lately. The Next Unit of Computing (NUC) are the latest...

I’ve always wanted to say that I’ve got Windows on my coffee mug! Well, if Microsoft had their way, this could be reality in the coming years, as the company is ready to bring its operating system on smaller devices, including teddy bears and coffee mugs. It is Intel that has been leading the charge, actually, in...

Been holding out on that ideal ultrabook purchase? How about some Intel Broadwell magic? The elusive central processing family has been delayed from its original schedule, but interest in it remains high. Part of that is due to the improvements it promises to bring — most notably on the power front. Intel has set...

The battle for 64-bit mobile processor supremacy is heating up. Apple may have fired the first shots last year, but companies like Qualcomm and Intel have wasted little time in announcing their solutions. The former of the two made some waves at MWC 2014 by announcing the stunning Snapdragon 615, and Intel has also...

There are times when technology improves by leaps and abounds, and one such occasion is upon us. The age of 64-bit Intel Bay Trail tablets, it seems, is dawning. Almost all Windows 8.1 tablets right now run in 32-bit mode, despite some even having 64-bit processors. But this is set to change very soon — there are...

I guess when it comes to dual boot devices, Intel is one company one can imagine hyping up the prospects. The chip giant has stakes in both Windows powered hardware and devices running Android. And next to Microsoft, even more so then Redmond, it seems, Intel is one company that really wants to do something about...

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...