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Intel developing sensor chips for wearables, robots

Intel is also researching energy harvesting technologies for wearables

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New Intel-powered Grantley servers pack more storage, DDR4 memory

HP, IBM, Dell and Lenovo introduce new servers with Intel's Xeon E5-2600 v3 chips, code-named Grantley.

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Lenovo, IBM x86 server strategy gets clarity as acquisition looms

IBM will provide the high-end System X and Flex products to complement Lenovo's low-end ThinkServer products

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Intel wants to modernize data centers with new Xeon server chips

HP, Dell, Lenovo and IBM will come out with servers running Xeon E5-2600 v3 chips, which are the first to support DDR4

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Intel wants to show it isn't an antiquated tech company by tapping into maker movement

Intel will show wearables, robots and smart electronics, and also talk about chips for mobile device, PCs and servers, at its upcoming developer forum.

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Google offers to accelerate Web servers with new software

Google's new PageSpeed module can cut bandwidth needs by 37 percent

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Dell laptops listed with Intel's unreleased Broadwell PC chips

Dell is one of the first PC companies to reveal laptops with fifth-generation Core processors.

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Google to build quantum computing processors

Google will work with UC Santa Barbara to push quantum computing forward

First mobile device with MIPS 64-bit processor coming in 2016

The Warrior i6400 chip will support Android 64-bit operating systems starting with the L release

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Gartner: After slump, server sales rise again in Europe, Middle East and Africa

Server shipments were up almost 1 percent, while revenue grew almost 4 percent in Q2

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Server sales have turned a corner, IDC says

Intel's Grantley Xeon chip and the end of support for Windows Server 2003 should keep server makers busy for a while

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IBM turns to local rival for help as China gets tougher for foreign firms

Inspur has been trying to steal IBM's server business in China

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Tablets priced under $35 on the horizon

No-name tablets from China could deliver decent performance at a price of $35 or under