Intel's first tablet with the Broadwell chip is thinner than the iPad Air
Intel's low-power Core M products will be in tablets and hybrids by the end of this year.
ARM is developing new processors as it looks to make wearables smaller and more power efficient
We got an exclusive hands on with Llama Mountain, a tablet-laptop hybrid that runs on Intel’s new but delayed Broadwell chip.
Intel also has invested in a Japanese company that has developed a self-driving car.
Intel shows off a robot that will be based on its Edison processor and available to buy by the end of the year. Is this another OnCue?
Rockchip agrees to design and sell Intel-branded SoCs into the tablet market.
Call them fashionably late. Intel's new Broadwell chips have suffered delays and won't make it into back-to-school PCs, but the company's CEO say PCs powered by the processors will be on store shelves in time for the holiday season.
Intel's uncased Galileo computer is used to make robots, wearable devices and electronics.
Intel is putting its Iris Pro graphics processors into Xeon E3-v1200v3 server chips, which will be released later this year.
The chip maker will bring native Android support to a 20-nm, 64-bit ARM processor next year