We reported last week that Intel looks set to launch its next-generation Haswell microprocessor at the Computex show on June 4. Additional information released by Intel on Wednesday confirmed the above information, and offers additional details about Haswell and its capabilities on the graphics front.
Intel is expected to outline plans for a redesign of its Atom microprocessor on May 6, in the first such move since it was introduced in 2008 to power netbooks.
Intel will launch its next-generation Haswell microprocessors at the Computex show this June.
CA Technology's acquisition of Layer 7 marks the second purchase of an application programming interface (API) management firm in as many weeks. CA Technology said this week that it agreed to acquire Layer 7 for an undisclosed consideration.
Toshiba is set to launch a new 13.3-inch Ultrabook with a native resolution of 2560x1440 pixels. Called the Kirabook, the premium device is the first Windows laptop to offer an ultra-high resolution screen of 221 ppi, or pixels per inch.
Researchers are already calling for the technology in order to continue research in high volume data fields such as genomics.
Poor PC sales contributed to a disturbing 25 percent year-over-year decline in Intel's net income in the first quarter of 2013.
Intel has doubled the speed of its Thunderbolt interface, which was introduced in 2011, to 20Gbps.
Intel retained its long-held pole position in the worldwide semiconductor market, which declined 2.6 percent year-over-year last year, according to the latest stats from Gartner.
Intel is apparently having some success with its BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device program, as reported by Computerworld.