Powered by the new Intel Core M processor, a new generation of fanless 2-in-1 convertible devices and tablets is set to arrive starting next month.
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It's been said a multicore processor doesn't act like multiple processors when it's processing a multitude of mundane tasks. That's not so any more, if the network adapter knows what to look for.
Just when it appeared there was growing momentum toward moving away from the current, perhaps under-nourished, OpenSSL session encryption standard, Intel offers the biggest incentive yet to stick with it.
As HP, Dell and Cisco already heralded with blasting trumpets, the first x86 servers with custom-built functionality for communications are on their way. Here's how they'll be unique.
Intel has partnered with the Michael J. Fox Foundation to tackle Parkinson's disease. Unlike other efforts, this one uses wearables to collect much of that data.
In one of the most rapidly growing new markets in the history of technology, Intel may have made a strategic play that brings diverging paths into some kind of alignment.
Expect faster, slimmer laptops and tablets with Broadwell, Intel's fifth-generation Core processor.
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A federal judge has rejected the proposed $324.5 million wage-theft anti-trust settlement in the well-publicized Silicon Valley wage-fixing case, saying the amount is not nearly enough.