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Intel to reduce its workforce by 5 percent this year

The chip giant sees the PC market stabilizing, but forecasts a year of flat sales ahead.

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How Intel is buying, building a piece of the tablet market

Intel is pushing into the mobile market by cutting deals with tablet developers to use its chips.

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PCs drive Intel's earnings, but 'Bay Trail' Android tablets are on the horizon

In a twist, processors designed for consumer PCs outperform Intel's expectations, while the usually reliable Xeon chips fall short.

As it misses earnings target, Intel talks up PC sales

While profits were up modestly from the 2012 fourth quarter, Intel's 2013 earnings came in under Wall Street estimates. Still, the chipmaker said PC sales were actually stronger than expected for the last three months of the year.

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Appeals court lets class-action status stand in Silicon Valley collusion case

The suit alleges companies including Google and Apple suppressed wages by agreeing not to hire each other's workers.

Intel takes 'Intel Inside' to the cloud

Concerned that your cloud service might be powered by -- goodness! -- an ARM server? Don't worry -- Intel has you covered,

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Intel slams brakes on plans for new chip factory

The chipmaker announced in 2011 plans to spend $5 billion on Fab 42

Intel will ditch McAfee name, refocus security products

Intel will transition its McAfee division to become Intel Security in 2014, putting space between it and the erratic founder of the 27-year-old security firm.

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Hands-on: Intel's RealSense is both productive and fun

Intel's depth cameras, which it will supply to a number of PC makers in the coming year, impressed in a hands-on demo here in Vegas.

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Intel introduces new chips to help PCs see, hear, and feel

Laptops with the integrated 3D camera will be available later this year from OEMs including Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, and NEC.