Intel’s Missed "Opportunity"

Last week CNET ran an article about the first IPAD – you know, the one made by Intel. Unfortunately, the introduction ruins the entire piece: The iPad is universally known as one of the most coveted consumer electronics devices on the market. But have you heard of the IPAD? That would be Intel’s botched attempt […]

Intel seizes their opportunity

Intel has reportedly agreed to produce ARM chips for Altera: At the ARM developers’ conference today, Intel partner Altera announced that the world’s largest semiconductor company will fabricate its ARM’s 64-bit chips starting next year. An announcement that sent shockwaves throughout the technology industry as Intel is desperately trying to break ARM’s supremacy in the […]

Intel CEO shakes up units, creates ‘new devices’ group

Reuters: Intel Corp’s new chief executive, Brian Krzanich, has launched a sweeping company reorganization and created a unit aimed at growing its market share in mobile technology… The chipmaker’s main product groups – including the PC client group, mobile communications and data center unit that previously reported to Intel Architecture group chief Dadi Perlmutter – […]

Paul Otellini’s Intel

From an extended feature in The Atlantic: Even Otellini betrayed a profound sense of disappointment over a decision he made about a then-unreleased product that became the iPhone. Shortly after winning Apple’s Mac business, he decided against doing what it took to be the chip in Apple’s paradigm-shifting product. “We ended up not winning it […]

Benchmarking Apple, Android, and Windows Tablets

Anand Lal Shimpi:1 Looking at the offscreen results, we finally get what we came here for. Intel’s HD 4000 manages to deliver 3x the performance of the PowerVR SGX 554MP4, obviously at a much higher power consumption level as well. The Ivy Bridge CPU used in Surface Pro carries a 17W TDP, and it’s likely […]