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Here's what Intel stands for, according to CEO Brian Krzanich's new vision statement: smart, connected devices. And it's arguably struggling to meet that goal. But you know what? It doesn't matter.
The record fourth quarter occurred in spite of with flat or negative growth in PC, mobile, and Internet of Things businesses.
AMD's new "Carrizo" notebook chip platform will offer one of the largest increases in overall PC battery life in all of AMD's history, executives say.
A trio of top AMD executives are no longer with the company, including chip chief John Byrne, as newly-appointed CEO Lisa Su moves AMD forward.
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.
Intel's smallest ever wearable computer was almost invisible to the eye during a CES keynote.
The next-gen USB connector is slim, sturdy and will deliver up to 100 watts of power
The Alliance for Wireless Power absorbs a smaller rival. However, the largest group, the Wireless Power Consortium, is still pushing its standard.
Tiny accelerometers and gyroscopes are enabling many of the gadgets at International CES
Qualcomm shows how Android can make cars cooler and safer
The new chips will bring improved battery life and increased performance, as well as new technologies including wake-on-voice and better wireless capabilities.
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.
The company has started mass producing its fast and frugal LPDDR4 mobile DRAM.
Supplier Shimano Manufacturing wants a sales injunction and US$8.4 million for patent infringement
Intel may be late to the IoT game but it's working hard to catch up, emphasizing its data centers and analytics offerings as much as its chips.