Following bullish statements by Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) CEO Meg Whitman on CNBC today, after its fiscal Q4 report yesterday, Wells Fargo analyst David Wong is inclined to give credence to Whitman’s contention consumer PCs are rebounding. During an interview this morning on CNBC with David Faber, asked about the PC market, Whitman remarked “We are seeing real life in the consumer [...]
Intel has given a full set of updates to its product roadmaps for 2015 and even into 2016 -- here's what the company is planning across its entire range of products.
Intel has announced its leaping into the 3D NAND market, courtesy of its partnership with Micron. Can it steal early momentum from Samsung?
When Intel gave us a the real deep-dive look at their new 14nm Broadwell Core M series processor, back in August, we left hopeful of great things coming to ultra-light notebooks and premium 2-in-1 tablet devices. Intel's low power 14nm Tri-Gate architecture coupled with an enhanced integrated graphics core, offered the promise of "fanless"...
Intel laid out a mobile plan that looks as though it could bear real fruit in 2016.
Touch ID might have just made it to iPads, but Intel wants to go one step further: bringing enhanced biometric passwords to PCs, which it plans to do before the end of the year. “Your biometrics basically eliminate the need for you to … Read more ›
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Qualcomm looks to have a brighter future than Intel.
The new manager of a cafeteria at Intel is not hiring some people who worked under the old manager, prompting protests from a union.
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New information from Intel may clue investors in to when Apple's next-generation MacBook Air will finally launch.
The ASUS PadFone X mini is 4.5-inch 4G LTE smartphone that can be transformed into a 7-inch tablet. You might go as far as calling it a jack of all trades. And now, it also has the honor of being the first Intel powered LTE Smartphone in U.S.A. Show More Summary
Here's why I think Intel's stock price could head north of $40 over the next year.
Last Thursday in its annual Investor Meeting Intel revealed the first details of its 3D NAND technology and announced that it will begin the shipments of 3D NAND in the second half of 2015. While Intel's investment in 3D NAND hasn'tShow More Summary