For Intel, the temporary inability to keep up with Moore's Law -- the foundation of its business -- was a minor embarrassment, but the company is trying hard to catch up.
HP Inc. is shying away from the consumer wearable market, but sees an untapped opportunity in wearables for businesses.
Poaching for top executives is common among chip rivals, and Intel has nabbed a top Qualcomm executive to run its PC, mobile, IoT and software businesses.
With Android and iOS dominating the mobile OS market, it's tough going for alternatives like Sailfish, now in survival mode as its maker, Jolla, moves to lay off "a big part" of its personnel.
Enthusiast desktops will be the first to get Intel's new class of Optane products, which could bring much faster SSDs and memory to PCs.
Intel said FPGAs could be used in autonomous cars and IoT devices.
Microsoft is pulling support for Windows 10 from Intel's Galileo board, saying the computer does not meet minimum hardware requirements.
Samsung remains the top smartphone vendor worldwide, followed by Apple.
For a while it was hard to get a hand on an ARM, but that may not be the case soon.
Nvidia is staying in the tablet market after being hit with a recall of its Shield Tablet, relaunching the device under a new name and at a lower price.
Japan is developing a new supercomputer that could be among the world's fastest computers when released in 2020.
The world's fastest supercomputers are getting coprocessors to boost performance, and the number of such systems will continue to grow.
Intel tries to bring more computing muscle to desks
There's been a slight delay, but the latest version of Intel's fastest processor will finally reach supercomputers early next year.
Dell and HPE are bringing a new form of DDR memory to low-end servers in order to let small and medium-size businesses run databases and other applications faster.
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