After setting ambitious goals for hiring a more diverse workforce, Intel released a mid-year report that shows it has exceeded its goals for the entire year.
Intel is using a tried and true incentive in hopes of boosting the number of women, minorities and veterans on its payroll: money. The company is giving $4,000 to employees who recommend candidates who will improve diversity in its ranks, according to a Wall Street Journal article.
Software-defined networking – and OpenFlow, in particular – got a boost last week when CERN signed a deal to have Brocade to help create a long-term SDN strategy. So in some ways, SDN...
Intel found itself in the news for two unrelated, but equally disappointing, reasons yesterday as the firm announced significant profit declines for the last quarter and also a delay in releasing 10nm processors until 2017.
Intel President Renee James will leave the firm at the end of this year, and the company will see a number of other executive changes.
Android users can now use their mobile devices to control their PCs with a free application from Intel.
The idea of a standard container runtime and image format may not be far off. Docker and CoreOS, as well as practically everyone who's anyone in cloud, have teamed up to form a new Linux Foundation initiative.
The top news stories for June 12, 2015.
Intel's upcoming Skylake microprocessor promises to change the shape of new computing devices with new technologies on several fronts. We take a closer look at them.
HP is rolling out new low-cost collaboration products based on Intel Unite software. The new products, which include collaboration-centric PCs and a videoconferencing monitor, aim to provide cost-effective ways to collaborate and hold real-time meetings.