5 April 2008, 00:23
We look back at the two-day Intel Developer Forum and pick out the best stories and trends.
3 April 2008, 13:27
Imagine being able to take a single digital picture and then to refocus perfectly at any depth. It's possible now.
3 April 2008, 09:09
What's the betting that it's considerably faster than your desktop?
3 April 2008, 07:33
So where's the Atom processor, the most talked-about processor of Spring IDF 2008?
3 April 2008, 05:14
Magnetic drives simply won't maximise the transfer speed of up-to 5Gbit/s
3 April 2008, 04:13
We examine whether Intel's much-hyped Atom processor delivers on the performance front
3 April 2008, 00:28
Intel leaves much to ponder over varying Nehalem-based SKUs during Spring IDF 2008
2 April 2008, 23:59
2009 sees the introduction of Larrabee. Intel has confirmed that retail cards will be exclusively sold via AIBs
2 April 2008, 15:13
Intel formally announced its Silverthorne-turned-Atom brand last month, and today, the world's largest semiconductor manufacturer has attached prices to its first five Atom chips.
2 April 2008, 11:59
The majority of it's been seen before, folks.
2 April 2008, 08:11
Features 45nm Nehalem processor, energy-efficient WiFi adapter, and new graphics. Out in 2009.
2 April 2008, 07:55
Intel promises high capacity and aggressive pricing
2 April 2008, 07:47
Embedded processor makes the supporting motherboard 25 per cent cheaper, according to Intel
2 April 2008, 07:41
Eight-thread monster promises impressive benchmarks
2 April 2008, 05:17
PetaFLOP performance coming by 2010, to a supercomputer somewhere near you.
1 April 2008, 11:05
The death-knell for the desktop Celeron?
1 April 2008, 09:23
'It's easy to hide behind graphics when their (AMD's) mobile processors are rubbish'
1 April 2008, 04:58
Right now, MIDs represent just a small portion of the functionality that Intel wants to see in handheld devices. It rolls out how it will achieve the vision of the ...
31 March 2008, 14:46
A preview to Intel Developer Forum 2008, held in Shanghai, China
31 March 2008, 13:30
So says the official passengers' notice in Shanghai cabs.
3 April 2008, 07:17
Intel Unveils Second-Generation Intel-Powered Classmate PC -- 'Netbook' for Worldwide Education Markets