Popular Intel Articles for 2013
Intel isn't making any big announcements at MWC this year, but it has been busily reminding attendees that tablets running the "Bay Trail" line of Atom processors will be out[...]
The Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx is an Intel Atom Windows 8 tablet. It comes at an affordable price, but is it able to differentiate itself from the competition?
Windows 8 tablets with Intel's Bay Trail processor are going to offer performance and battery life that will drastically reduce demand for Windows RT.
This Asus tablet is unremarkable in every way, except one. In a market dominated by ARM, it has Intel inside.
Asus is reportedly getting close to announcing the Phonepad, a device designed for people looking for a 7-inch tablet and a phone in one. It will supposedly use an Intel[...]
Consumer-oriented tablets released this fall running Intel's latest Atom processors will have to run the 32-bit version of Windows 8.1, as the 64-bit version is not yet finished.
Landing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 was a huge win for Intel. But when will the chip maker come up with win number two? And three?
The affordable HP ElitePad 900 comes with a 10.1-inch display, an Intel Atom processor and its adaptable to numerous optional accessories. Check out our video review!
One of the big announcements coming from this week's Intel Developer Forum is that the latest generation of Atom processors have begun shipping. These are scheduled to be included in[...]
At IDF today, a Dell executive took to the stage to show off the company's new Venue line of tablets, including an 8-inch model, running Windows 8.
Intel has begun shipping to tablet makers its fourth-generation Core i3 processors, which use less power than their predecessors.
Intel unveiled its new Silvermont microarchitecture today. This will use the company's 22nm Tri-Gate SoC process, and will deliver three-times greater peak performance or the same performance at one-fifth less[...]
Intel has some new competition for tablet processors --AMD has just unveiled a new series of x86 chips that target Windows tablets. With Video.
Although the tablet market is humming along with three mobile operating systems, the first signs of a fourth are starting to appear: Tizen.
Intel has released a pair of reference designs for tablet intended for students. Naturally, these will use the chip-maker's processors, and will run Google's Android operating system.
Intel CEO Predicts Loads of Inexpensive Tablets this Holiday Season, Even Cheaper Ones Could Be Coming Next Year
Intense competition is driving down the cost of tablets, and Intel wants to be part of this trend. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says his company's latest chips will be included[...]
Google has released an iOS version of Google Now, its service that seeks to act as an intelligent assistant for the user. It includes a voice-control feature that invites comparison[...]