The rule of thumb for PC gaming used to be that if you wanted to play anything serious, you needed a dedicated graphics card. …
Intel said Thursday that it has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. He will steer the world’s largest chipmaker in a world where PC sales are cratering while smartphones and tablets thrive.
The netbook is dead. Or so says nearly every pundit, analyst and research firm that watches the PC market. But don’t tell that to Intel.
Would you bring a camera that watched you as you watched TV into your living room?
Intel says it does have plans to offer its own television service this year, as rumors suggested, but it won’t quite be the a la carte alternative that cord cutters have dreamed about.
Intel made a smattering of announcements at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday. Here are five main things to expect from the company throughout the rest of the year.
Intel has joined the club of tech companies who want to revolutionize television, but unsurprisingly it’s meeting some resistance in Hollywood.
Last week, I wrote about how hard it was to find Windows 8 tablets on store shelves, even though Microsoft’s latest operating system launched nearly a month ago. Here’s one possible explanation.
Thankfully, I’ve never been in a perfect storm. I have seen a movie about it, but the worst storms I’ve encountered were of the lightning, thunder and torrential downpour variety when I attended college in the Midwest. I came …
More than a dozen Windows 8 tablets with processors from Intel will hit stores in November, according to a report from CNET.
At least half of those devices will be hybrids that can transform from a tablet into a laptop with a …