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Intel completes porting Android 4.1 to smartphones with its chips

Intel has ported Google's Android 4.1 OS, called Jelly Bean, to work on smartphones based on the low-power Atom chips code-named Medfield.

Intel software chief promotes cross-platform app development

Intel will announce HTML5 programming tools with the aim of reducing application development costs and boosting revenue for developers, software chief Renee...

DOJ wants $1 billion fine for AU Optronics in LCD price-fixing case

The U.S. Department of Justice is recommending that AU Optronics, a Taiwanese maker of LCD panels, pay a US$1 billion fine, and two former executives serve 10...

Samsung breaks ground on $7 billion memory chip factory in China

Samsung Electronics said on Wednesday it broke ground in China on a NAND flash memory chip factory in which it will invest a total of US$7 billion, its single...

Intel's new Itanium chip, Poulson, to launch later this year

Intel on Tuesday said it was on track to launch the next-generation Itanium processor later this year, brushing away any speculation that the processor would...

Intel's Perlmutter eyes thinner laptops for Haswell chips

The man responsible for Intel's mobile computing platforms says he is pushing the company's engineers to squeeze Intel's next-generation Haswell chip into...

Intel outlines our mobile future at IDF keynote

The company plots a future where Intel is inside everything.

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Jury to Hear HP-Oracle Itanium case in February

Hewlett-Packard's lawsuit against Oracle over the latter's decision to halt future software development for Itanium will enter its second phase on Feb. 4, 2013...

Intel hopes to double Ultrabook battery life with Haswell chip

The battery life of ultrabooks will nearly double with Intel's upcoming processors based on the Haswell microarchitecture, which will succeed processors...

Intel brings Siri-like voice commands to Ultrabooks

Voice recognition now fused into Ultrabooks

Smartphones, tablets to recharge quicker with USB 3.0 cables, connectors

Upcoming smartphones and tablets will charge much more quickly with new micro-USB 3.0 ports, the USB standards-setting organization said on Tuesday.

Intel needs to build PC buzz at IDF, say analysts

Intel needs to generate a lot of excitement at its annual developer conference this week -- not just around the company but around the whole PC industry.

Struggling Sharp slashes employee salaries by up to 10 percent

Japan's Sharp said Tuesday it will slash employee salaries by up to 10 percent from next month, in a round of cost-cutting that will save it about US$180 million...