In 2009, Apple CEO Tim Cook memorably trashed Atom-based netbooks for being "junky" hardware that underperformed. Intel's Atom chips have come a long way since, with the latest generation being the most impressive.
Hardware experts believed the last DRAM would be the current DDR4, but that's not the case, with DDR5 memory now under development.
Intel is highlighting its CPUs and VR and AI, and the lack of a GPU to chase all the fast-growing markets could be a hole in the company's product line.
Intel believes the days of using copper wires for data transfers, both between computers and inside of them, are numbered because optical communications are on the horizon.
Intel has secretly developed a mega-chip called Knights Mill with the hope to advance artificial intelligence.
Intel has unleashed a new competitor to Raspberry Pi 3 with its new Joule development board, which packs superior graphics and wireless connectivity.
HP said it would return to the high-end gaming PC market with a bang, and it sure has with fully loaded Omen PCs.
The chances of Apple using Intel's factories to have its iPhone and iPad chips made have just rocketed up.
A compact computer called Euclid from Intel should make the development of robots much easier.
Intel isn't yet shipping its Optane SSDs, but they soon will be available for testing over the cloud.
Intel isn't known for its graphics processors, but the company is promising a big improvement with its 7th-generation Core processors, code-named Kaby Lake.
Attendees at Intel's IDF won't be wowed with blazing laptops and desktops with the latest PC processors. Instead, Intel will provide an insight into VR, internet of things and data-center strategies.
HP may have tried, but it couldn't hold the secrets of Intel's unreleased Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake chips close to its chest.
HP has dabbled in many OSes over the last few years, but the company always seems to come back to Windows.
AMD's move three years ago to rely on ARM for server chips is turning out to be a big mistake.