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Intel's Diane Bryant got where she is by learning to 'swear like a sailor'

Diane Bryant, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's data center group, the company's second biggest revenue generator, shared how she got where she is and what she thinks will help boost the number of women in tech in the future.

Can data center sales rescue Intel's flat revenue numbers?

Fewer computers than expected will be reading "Intel Inside" this year, as the chip giant reported yesterday that sales for the first quarter are flat.

Intel uses accounting sleight of hand to hide mobile chip losses

In an effort to bury its unsuccessful effort to gain in the mobile chip market, Intel is using financial reporting tricks to hide losses for its mobile chip unit, reported  AppleInsider.

Databricks, Intel partner in optimizing Apache Spark-Based Analytics for Intel Architecture

While the companies acknowledge in a press release that the Internet of Things helped spur the formation of this collaboration, it's important to note that it will also spur similar collaborations and partnerships as the industry hunkers down in preparation for the data onslaught. 

MacBook Air refresh rumored to take place this month

Apple is set to update its popular MacBook Air with the new Broadwell microprocessor on Feb. 24, according to an unconfirmed report.

Open Interconnect Consortium releases preview of IoT software

The Open Interconnect Consortium and the AllSeen Alliance are both generating traction in a quest to become the primary IoT standard. 

News Scan: Apple Pay to expand internationally; OpenPeak adds job scheduler to EMM platform;

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Jan. 9, including Apple Pay in Canada, Intel's new chip unveiled at CES, OpenPeak's job scheduler on its EMM platform, Google and automaker's investments in autonomous driving tech and steering technology boost in autonomous commercial vehicles.

Spotlight: Maybe thin clients are too fat

The selling point for thin client computers is that they perform the basic functions required by a client-side system, in a form factor that miniaturizes both footprint and energy consumption.

Intel releases new Broadwell Core processors

Intel takes the wrap off its fifth generation family of Core processors with higher performance and better battery life.

Desktops still office workhorse, but mobile becoming go-to work device

While mobile devices continue to carve a widening niche within the enterprise, various reports find that desktop computers are still needed for complex tasks, and the most efficient repertoire in the near-future will include phones, tablets, wearables and desktops.