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Intel's Broadwell chips will result in PC-replacement tablets thinner than the iPad
Intel executives said Tuesday that while the company has begun shipping its Broadwell chip, its follow-on, Skylake, could slip as a result.
Intel handily beat Wall Street estimates for both profits and revenue for the second quarter, and said that shipments of its new Broadwell processor would be in time for the holiday season. But its communications sales were awful.
The semiconductor industry will see more incoming revenue this year after the new iPhone is released, Gartner says
IBM is also looking ahead at a world in which computer chips don't have silicon.
By stacking flash cells on top of each other, Samsung claims the 850 Pro SSD series offers unprecedented levels of speed, durability, and power efficiency.
Crossbar's new memory type, called RRAM, will come in capacities of 1TB of more per chip
Amazing advances in computing technology revealed themselves at small events around the globe this week. Catch up on Hybrid Memory Cubes, super-speedy processors, and more.
China wants to encourage more investment in its local chip-making industry
Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube, which stacks memory modules, is 15 times faster than DDR3 and also more power efficient
AMD's Mantle offers a free performance boost for games which use it. Nvidia is making waves, too. So as Mantle moves forward, where is Intel in all this?
John Swainson says HP just wants "bragging rights," mocking the company's research effort.
Witricity will work to integrate its technology into wireless platforms powered by Intel chips including tablets, PCs, and phones.