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Intel Starts Shipping Haswell To PC Makers, Admits USB Bug

Intel Starts Shipping Haswell To PC Makers, Admits USB Bug

CNET reported, citing an unnamed source, Intel has started shipping ‘Haswell’ chip to major PC makers. The chip-maker’s fourth generation core processor family, Haswell, “will launch later this quarter,” according to the source.

By On April 6, 2013 Respond
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Windows Blue To Rip The Benefit Of Intel’s Haswell Chip

Windows Blue To Rip The Benefit Of Intel’s Haswell Chip

According to sources, Intel’s Haswell chip (Intel’s upcoming latest generation chip) and Windows Blue (an upcoming upgrade of Windows 8 operating system) are tied together. The duo will work together to deliver high performance with huge battery life improvements.

By On March 25, 2013 Respond
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Intel’s Haswell Chip Spotted In A High-End Gaming Laptop

Intel’s Haswell Chip Spotted In A High-End Gaming Laptop

Intel has been working on its new microarchitecture, Haswell, for a while now. The company is expected to formally announce the series in June this year. However, ahead of this expected launch, the chip is already available to hardware vendors and has been spotted in a high-end gaming laptop from a German PC vendor.

By On March 6, 2013 1 Response
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Samsung And Intel’s Tizen OS Announced At MWC 2013

Samsung And Intel’s Tizen OS Announced At MWC 2013

Last year a rumor swirled that Samsung was planning to shut down development of its Bada OS and the company would start focusing on its open-source Linux-based OS – Tizen. Finally that rumor has turned into reality. Samsung has officially announced that it aims to allocate resources from Bada to Tizen, whilst helping developers with the transition.

By On February 27, 2013 1 Response
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Intel Hails Its New Chips, Hints At The Upcoming 22-Nanometer Generation

Intel Hails Its New Chips, Hints At The Upcoming 22-Nanometer Generation

In the past, Intel has taken the occasion of MWC events to show off its new offerings. This year is no different. The chip giant has unveiled “Clover Trail+” and other new chips at the MWC 2013. Not only that, the company has hinted as to where it is being headed with its chips in the near future.

By On February 25, 2013 Respond
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Confirmed: Intel Working On Internet TV Service, Will Include Set-Top Box And Camera

Confirmed: Intel Working On Internet TV Service, Will Include Set-Top Box And Camera

Over the last few months, a number of publications have cited that Intel may have plans of entering the arena of Internet TV. Now, the General Manager of Intel Media, Erik Huggers has confirmed the notion, citing that the service will arrive with its set-top box and camera.

By On February 14, 2013 Respond
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Intel Gets The Nod To Build $4 Billion Facility In Ireland To Create 14nm Chips

Intel Gets The Nod To Build $4 Billion Facility In Ireland To Create 14nm Chips

Intel has been seeking permissions to build a massive chip fabrication facility in Ireland, meant to manufacture 14 nanometer chips. Now, the Irish quasi-judicial agency An Bord Pleanála has given Intel a go-ahead signal for the project. The facility will take nearly two years to complete, providing 3,500 construction jobs along the way, apart from another 800 permanent jobs in the new plant.

By On January 26, 2013 Respond
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Intel Will Shut Down Desktop Motherboard Production Within Three Years

Intel Will Shut Down Desktop Motherboard Production Within Three Years

Intel has long been a major player in the chip industry. But like every other chip-maker, the company has been facing newer challenges as the global computing industry takes a turn from desktop to mobile. Desktop PCs continue to be phased out by companies and individuals; now, Intel has announced that it would shut down its Desktop Motherboard group within the next three years.

By On January 23, 2013 Respond
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Lenovo Announces Its First Intel Clover Trail+ Flagship Smartphone – K900

Lenovo Announces Its First Intel Clover Trail+ Flagship Smartphone – K900

At CES 2012, Chinese multinational electronics company Lenovo unveiled its first Android 4.0 powered Intel Medfield phone Lenovo K800. And this year at CES 2013, Lenovo has unveiled the very first K900 phone, powered by forthcoming Intel Atom processor platform for smartphones. The K900 will come with a slim 6.9mm profile.

By On January 9, 2013 Respond
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Intel All Set To Enter The Internet TV Service Arena Soon

Intel All Set To Enter The Internet TV Service Arena Soon

It has been rumored in the past that Intel has plans of entering the Internet TV service arena. Now, TechCrunch reports that the chipmaker is finally on the verge of realizing these plans and will be rolling out this service to a limited number of cities ‘soon.’

By On December 30, 2012 Respond
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Rumor: Apple Partners With Intel To Create iOS-Based Watch

Rumor: Apple Partners With Intel To Create iOS-Based Watch

Wearable computers have been talked of, often in recent times. However, we haven’t yet seen a serious attempt by any notable vendor to make wearable devices mainstream. It has now been claimed that Apple is currently working in collaboration with Intel to create an iOS-based watch.

By On December 29, 2012 Respond
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Apple Job Posting Hints Inclusion Of AMD Graphics In Upcoming iMacs

Apple Job Posting Hints Inclusion Of AMD Graphics In Upcoming iMacs

Apple has been fairly fickle when it comes to choosing the vendor for the graphics cards that go into its iMac machines. For a long time, it used Intel chips to do the job. It then switched to Nvidia’s graphical prowess and now, hints suggest that it may be planning to switch to AMD’s silicon.

By On December 17, 2012 Respond
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Apple Releases Firmware Update To Address Mac Mini Display Flickers

Apple Releases Firmware Update To Address Mac Mini Display Flickers

The 2012 Mac Mini have been around for barely a few weeks, being released in November. However, users are already reporting that these devices register flickering displays. Apple has now dished out a firmware update to resolve this problem.

By On December 12, 2012 Respond
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Intel Decides To Kill CPU Upgrades. Could It Be The End Of Desktop PC?

Intel Decides To Kill CPU Upgrades. Could It Be The End Of Desktop PC?

Reports suggest, Intel has decided to put an end to upgradeable CPU packages. Future desktop processors will be soldered with motherboards, just like in mobile devices and recent laptops.

By On November 29, 2012 Respond
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Intel Finally Gives Up On Itanium Architecture

Intel Finally Gives Up On Itanium Architecture

Intel has long backed the Itanium processor architecture, without much success. The company has been putting its force behind it ever since 2001. But the various problems which riddled the Itanium chips have apparently persuaded the company to finally diminish Itanium’s role in the commercial arena.

By On November 10, 2012 Respond
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