Popular Intel Articles for 2012
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage in LA to unveil new hardware under the Microsoft Surface brand, which includes both ARM and Intel Windows 8 tablets.
It took a while for AMD to get going and cost its CEO his job, but AMD is now very serious about the tablet market. Could it find its place[...]
Customers may not be pleased with the reports indicating that manufacturers might price Intel-based Windows tablet PCs as high as $599 to $899 when the tablets ship later this year.
What's Intel doing at CTIA when most smartphones and tablets feature ARM chips? TabletPCReview decided to pay the processor maker a visit. Find out what we learned and why your[...]
What will turn up in Microsoft's first app store, and how are those beta apps now coming along? TabletPCReview picked up some hints at CES in a variety of places,[...]
Tablet News Bits: Sony Tablet S Price Drop, ASUS CES Tablet Revealed, Lenovo and Acer Sticking with Wintel
It's 2012 and Sony is slashing prices, pics of ASUS CES tablets are leaking, and Lenovo and Acer are sticking with Intel and Windows. Find out what else is going[...]
With Intel's latest Atom CPU and a copy of Windows 8 Pro, HP is looking to take the business world by storm with its next tablet.
Intel will release its Windows 8 tablets to the public in November that will also sport an upcoming dual-core Atom chip. In addition, expect convertibles to also ship with Windows[...]
The chip-making giant, Intel, just released a checklist of features it would like hardware partners to include in future Windows 8 tablets.
Paul Otellini, Intel's CEO, supposedly informed Taiwanese employees that Microsoft's next-gen operating system, Windows 8, is being released even though it's not entirely ready.
Intel and Motorola have announced a new multi-year, multi-device partnership between the companies that will include tablets and smartphones featuring Intel Atom processors, which will run on the Android platform.[...]
Intel just announced the Studybook tablet that will be added to its current Learning Series family.
Inside sources have revealed that a delay of battery-saving software from Intel has stalled the development of some Windows 8 tablets using the new Clover Trail chip.