Intel takes a stake in Canadian wearable manufacturer Recon Instruments, which makes intelligent, Google Glass-like goggles for skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts.
Mobile will drive Intel's future—precisely what its competitors figured out years ago.
The head of Intel's perceptual computing group says that functions like speech, gestures, and recognition will take advantage of Intel's existing microprocessors, but require dedicated chips as well.
Ending weeks of anticipation, Intel launched its next-generation Atom chip, Bay Trail, at the Intel Developer Forum on Wednesday.
Promising faster performance, longer battery life, and cheaper prices, the new chips can run Android or Windows and will power $199 tablets.
Apple didn't need to put a 64-bit chip in the iPhone 5s. So why did it? Perhaps to pave the way for more powerful iPhones, iPads, and even Macs down the road.
Intel launched its Intel Developer Forum Tuesday by announcing a new line of Quark embedded chips, while showing off PCs running next-generation "Bay Trail" Atom and "Broadwell" Core chips.
AMD discloses four chips for the embedded market, as the chipmaker diversifies beyond PCs.
Intel has hired away the senior design director for Oakley, who will bring his experience with smartglasses to the "new devices" team within the company.
Surprise! Intel's most powerful CPU isn't based on its new Haswell architecture. Meet the Ivy Bridge-E series.
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