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Researchers at MIT have developed a prototype trackpad that’s the size of a stick-on nail and controlled by running a finger over its surface.
Intel has done well with PCs and tablets and now CEO Brian Krzanich is chasing an aggressive strategy to get its mobile processors into more handsets.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich discussed chip updates and mobile security at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona.
If Intel’s vision for the future of computing takes hold, the chip inside wearables will be the size of a button and its 3D depth-sensing RealSense camera will help with chores and give eyes to drones.
Nvidia unveiled its new "super chip" called the Tegra X1 at CES. The chip has double the performance of the existing Tegra K1 and is the centerpiece of two new computing systems designed to power the car of the future.
Intel threw an event in San Francisco to recognize the winners of its first-ever wearables competition. We spoke with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and asked him about the company's wearables strategy.
Watch highlights from Intel’s event at Computex outlining what’s next for the chipmaker in mobile and PCs.
The chipmaker is working on wireless technologies that will let you charge, dock, display and transfer data from a computer without any cables.
We got an exclusive hands on with Llama Mountain, a tablet-laptop hybrid that runs on Intel’s new but delayed Broadwell chip.