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The end of Moore's Law
The end of Moore's Law
A law that has shaped our world for decades will soon be broken. This is not a law of men, or of nature, but of technology. It is called "Moore's...
Moore's law of shrinking circuits has its limits
Moore's law of shrinking circuits has its limits
"I'm amazed. The original prediction was to look 10 years out, which I thought was a stretch," Intel's cofounder Gordon Moore said at an event on...
Intel aims to reinvent desktop computing
Intel aims to reinvent desktop computing
Intel has announced enhancements especially for enthusiast users, regarded as among the most important proponents of desktop computing. Intel's...
CES 2014: Intel to speed up wearables, slow conflict minerals
CES 2014: Intel to speed up wearables, slow conflict minerals
Intel intends to accelerate innovation across mobile and wearable devices – including individual inventors' own connected creations. At...
Yolo! Intel smartphone launched in Kenya
Yolo! Intel smartphone launched in Kenya
The device is aimed at the growing number of cost-conscious and first-time buyers in Kenya who do not want to sacrifice device performance or user...
Google chief to face competition chief in antitrust inquiry
Google chief to face competition chief in antitrust inquiry
Google's chairperson Eric Schmidt is to meet Europe's competition commissioner this week amid signs that the search giant will be accused of...
Will Intel's Ultrabook take on the iPad?
Will Intel's Ultrabook take on the iPad?
Top chipmaker Intel said computer makers Lenovo, Asustek and Acer will launch its new category of notebook computer in the third to fourth quarter,...
PC doubts lead as Microsoft profit looks set to rise
PC doubts lead as Microsoft profit looks set to rise
Microsoft is expected to post a 9% increase in fiscal fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, helped by solid sales of its Windows and Office mainstays,...
Intel discovers chip flaw in midst of major launch
Intel discovers chip flaw in midst of major launch
Intel found a defect in one of its chips, hurting its credibility during a major product launch and at a time when demand for microprocessors in...
Hardware? Software? Who cares?
Hardware? Software? Who cares?
Almost every industry on the planet goes through alternating cycles of consolidation and fragmentation. In some industries -- like energy -- these...
Intel sets bright tone for earnings, tech rises
Intel sets bright tone for earnings, tech rises
Resilient demand for PCs and servers helped Intel's margin and revenue forecasts blast past Wall Street expectations, allaying fears of a technology spending slowdown and sending its shares up nearly 8%....
Fast and efficient: Chips of the future revealed
Fast and efficient: Chips of the future revealed
Intel on Monday revealed details of a new generation of chips designed for video-game lovers, multitaskers and people seeking power-sipping...

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