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Intel's new Xeon server chip pushes Itanium closer to death's door

Analysts say Itanium is alive mainly to meet contractual obligations

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Laptops for work and play: the differences that matter

They use the same basic parts and technologies, but consumer and business laptops differ greatly in features, security, support, of course, price. Pick the right one for you.

Intel stresses in-memory computing with 15-core server chip

Intel's Xeon E7 v2 chips will go into servers with up to 32 sockets.

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Tablets race toward 64-bit finish line with new hardware, operating systems

Bringing 64-bit chip architecture to the tablet space will erase one of the last advantages full-fledged PCs have.

Intel moves deeper into software with server KVM tool

Intel said its Virtual KVM Gateway is server-agnostic and can handle up to 50 sessions simultaneously.

New Intel NUC BIOS update fixes Linux installation woes

Because bringing your own operating system to the party is a bummer when your PC can't find it.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga review: Yoga flexibility melded with ThinkPad muscle

A business laptop that can do downward-facing dog with the best of them.

Intel shares details of 15-core Xeon chip, Ivytown

Intel's 15-core server chip, code-named Ivytow,n will run at clock speeds from 1.4 GHz to 3.8 GHz.

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Intel aims to cut graphics power draw with research chip

Intel says a new graphics core can cut power consumption by 40 percent and increase battery life in devices

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The future of the desktop is a tabletop

The PC isn't going away. It's turning into a coffee table. Or a pint-sized NUC. We talk to Intel's desktop chief about the many faces of the future PC.