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  • Intel in talks to invest $10 billion in Israel: Report July 2, 2013

    Tel Aviv: Intel Corp, the world's No. 1 chipmaker, is in talks with the Israeli government about a $10 billion investment in Israel, a senior government official told the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper on Tuesday. "Intel is talking with us about a huge investment of $10 billion," Nahum Itzkovich, the new director...
  • Gas leak at Intel Arizona plant sends 11 to hospital June 30, 2013

    Phoenix: A gas leak at Intel Corp's secondbiggest manufacturing plant, located in Chandler, Arizona, sickened up to 43 people, including 11 who were taken to a local hospital, company and local fire officials said on Saturday. One of the buildings at the sprawling processing plant was evacuated after the leak of...
  • Intel CEO focuses on mobile chips, cautious on TV June 29, 2013

    San Francisco: Intel Corp's new CEO said he would speed up the rollout of chips for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices as consumers move away from personal computers. Brian Krzanich, an Intel manufacturing guru who took over as chief executive officer in May, also took a cautious tone about the top...
  • Intel introduces 4th generation core processors June 26, 2013

    New Delhi: Chipmaker Intel introduced 4th generation Intel core processors, which the company claims will reinvent personal computing with longer battery life, more advanced graphics and new usages in devices like tablets and ultrabooks. "The 4th generation Intel core processors offer the most significant gain in battery life ever achieved...
  • Intel sees tabletchip efforts paying off this year June 4, 2013

    Taipei: Intel Corp is ramping up its efforts to have more of its chips used in mobile devices, a market it was initially slow to respond to, as officials said they expect more than 30 tablets using its processors hitting the market this year. Samsung Electronics Co announced it will use...
  • Samsung chooses Intel's Clover Trail+ processor for Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 May 31, 2013

    San Francisco: Samsung Electronics has chosen an Intel processor to power a new version of one of its toptier Android tablets, a source with knowledge of the plans told Reuters, in a major victory for the US chipmaker, which is struggling to find its footing in the mobile market. Samsung has...
  • Intel revamps Atom chips in bid to find mobile footing May 7, 2013

    California: Intel Corp on Monday unveiled the most extensive overhaul of its Atom mobile processors, with improved performance that the PC chipmaker expects will help it challenge Qualcomm in smartphones and tablets. The new microarchitecture, codenamed Silvermont, will be a key building block in upcoming Intel chips for mobile gadgets, microservers...
  • Intelpowered Android notebooks coming soon; likely to cost $200 April 27, 2013

    Mumbai: If this piece of news is to be believed, then very soon we will see Intelpowered Android notebooks for as low as $200 (Rs 10,880 approx). Dadi Perlmutter, Intel's executive vice president and chief product officer, told CNET that notebooks carrying a price tag around $200 will predominantly be...
  • Asus launches 7inch Fonepad with Intel processor in India at Rs 15999 April 24, 2013

    New Delhi: Asus has launched its muchawaited 7inch Fonepad in India at Rs 15,999. The 7inch tablet incorporates 3G mobile data with full telephony support. It has a SIM card slot and a microSD card slot. Neatly tailored, much of its functionalities are hidden away out of the sight. Weighing 340g,...
  • Intel prepares for TV debut; to compete with Apple, Google, Amazon March 19, 2013

    San Francisco: Intel Corp's media group has been on a hiring spree as it prepares to launch an Internet television service later this year, underscoring the chip maker's seriousness about the new business. Intel Media is now looking to add 60 people to its staff of over 300, said spokesman Jon...
  • First Impressions: Intel-powered Xolo X1000 smartphone March 17, 2013

    New Delhi: With this being the third Intel-based handset from Xolo, we have to but hope that it has got it just right this time. Xolo's last flagship model loaded with the Intel Chip, the x800, didn't fare too well in the battery department; I'm hoping that's been fixed. So...
  • Intel-powered Xolo X1000 available online for Rs 19,999 March 16, 2013

    New Delhi: The newly launched Xolo X1000 is now available on Flipkart.com for Rs 19,999. The website lists that the phone will be delivered in 2-3 business days. The phone comes powered by an Intel Atom Z240 CPU, clocked at 2GHz. The processor comes with Intel's Hyper Threading technology for...
  • Intel plans to launch Internet TV service this year February 13, 2013

    California: Top chipmaker Intel Corp plans to launch an Internet television service this year with live and ondemand content, entering a hotly competitive race as its core PC business erodes. Shifting into an unfamiliar and potentially costly market in which Intel lacks experience and relationships, Erik Huggers, vice president and general...
  • Tim Cook to be questioned in Apple, Google poaching case January 18, 2013

    San Jose: Internal emails show that executives at tech companies such as Apple and Google believed that an agreement to refrain from poaching each other's workers would bring real financial benefits, a US judge said on Thursday. Five former employees of various tech companies have filed a civil lawsuit against...
  • Women in India lag in Internet use: Report January 10, 2013

    Washington: More needs to be done to boost women's and girl's lagging online access, tech giant Intel Corp said in a report to be released later on Thursday that calls for doubling the number of female Internet users in developing nations over the next three years. The report, funded by the...
  • Intel shows off nextgen ultra thin laptops at CES 2013 January 8, 2013

    Las Vegas: Top chipmaker Intel Corp on Monday announced shipments of a new lowpower chip and showed off nextgeneration ultra thin laptops and convertible tablets in its latest bid to prove that the struggling PC industry still has a bright future. At the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas ,...
  • Technology watchlist for 2013 January 4, 2013

    1. Dualscreen Ultrabooks Manufacturers are creating ever more intriguing portable computing devices. Graft a tablet onto a thin laptop and we have a strange and wonderful 'tabtop/laptablet' dualscreen device that functions interchangeably. On the highend of the spectrum are packedtothegills devices like the upcoming Asus Taichia Windows 8 Ultrabook with two...
  • Samsung to launch Tizen OS smartphones this year, plans to reduce reliance on Android January 3, 2013

    New Delhi: Samsung Electronics has confirmed that the company this year will come up with handsets running Tizen OS backed by Intel. According to Bloomberg, Samsung, in an emailed statement said, "We plan to release new, competitive Tizen devices within this year and will keep expanding the lineup depending on...
  • Apple, Intel working on a smartwatch: Reports December 27, 2012

    New Delhi: Of late, a few reports emerged claiming the launch of the iPad 5 and the nextgen iPad Mini early next year, and now a few more reports have surfaced that say Apple and Intel are jointly working on a Bluetoothequipped smart wristwatch. According to a report from The...
  • Intel launches new processor series Itanium 9500 November 28, 2012

    Bangalore: Computer chip maker Intel today launched a new series of processors, Itanium 9500, which the company claimed is over twotimes faster than its previous generation processors. The new Intel Itanium processor 9500 series is more than twice as powerful as the previous generation, making it...
  • Intel Inside: Looking inward for CEO may be best bet November 22, 2012

    San Francisco: Wanted Visionary CEO to help worldclass chipmaker expand beyond struggling personal computer market into tablets and smartphones. Experience with cuttingedge manufacturing plants and $10 billion annual capital expenditures a plus. Intel Corp raised eyebrows on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley this week when it said it will...
  • Intel CEO Paul Otellini to retire as chipmaker struggles with mobile November 20, 2012

    San Francisco: Intel Corp's Chief Executive Officer Paul Otellini will retire sooner than expected and the top chipmaker said it may name an outsider for the position for the first time to steer a difficult transition toward mobile computing. Intel, which has selected chief executives from within its own ranks...
  • Intel CEO to retire as chipmaker struggles with mobile November 20, 2012

    San Francisco/New York: Intel Corp's Chief Executive Officer Paul Otellini will retire sooner than expected and the top chipmaker said it may name an outsider for the position for the first time to steer a difficult transition toward mobile computing. Intel, which has selected chief executives from within its own ranks...
  • Intel, Qualcomm may invest $378 million in Sharp November 14, 2012

    Tokyo: USbased Intel Corp and Qualcomm Inc are in talks to jointly invest about 30 billion yen ($378 million) in debtstricken Japanese consumer electronics maker Sharp Corp, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Details of the talks were not known, but Sharp, whose displays are used in Apple...
  • Intel, HP tout newest Itanium server technology November 10, 2012

    San Francisco: Intel and HewlettPackard Co unveiled new server technology based on the highend niche Itanium processors at the center of a recent dispute between HewlettPackard and Oracle Corp. The future of servers built with Itanium chips was thrown into doubt last year due to a bitter legal battle between longtime...
  • Intel's outlook fails to inspire hopes for PC recovery October 17, 2012

    San Francisco: Intel Corp's weak outlook for fourthquarter revenue and margins dispelled lingering hopes for a revival in PC demand towards the end of the year, pushing its shares 2 per cent lower. Intel, along with rival Advanced Micro Devices, had previously warned of weak demand for PCs, hit by a...
  • Intel-powered Windows 8 tablets September 29, 2012

    Acer Iconia W510: The Acer ICONIA W510 comes in a hybrid design. Powered by the Next Generation Intel Atom processor Z2760, it has a 10.1-inch HD screen, measures 8.9mm (.39 inches) in thickness and weighs just 1.27 pounds with keyboard dock. It offers 32GB or 64GB of storage options.
Asus VivoTab: It has a high-resolution widescreen Super IPS  display with ASUS TruVivid Technology. The ASUS VivoTab has an 11.6-inch screen, 64GB of storage, weighs only 686g and measures 8.3mm.Dell Latitude 10: It is a 10-inch tablet running Windows 8 Professional. The Latitude 10 connects with all USB-based Windows
peripherals that are currently supported including printers, card readers and even receipt printers in the retail industry.
  • Intel previews tablets powered by its new chip September 28, 2012

    San Francisco: Intel previewed a wave of tablet computers powered by a microprocessor that the company redesigned to make a bigger dent in the rapidly growing mobile market. An assortment of major computer vendors made the tablets that were shown on Thursday in San Francisco. All the devices depend on Intel's...