This post is sponsored by Intel. At the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum (IDF)in San Francisco,you never knew what you’d come across — but you could always be certain it was worth a second look. One minute you’d be watching yoga...Show More Summary
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Analysts continue to assess prospects for Intel (INTC) following last week’s annual developer conference in San Francisco, the Intel Developer Forum. Topeka Capital Markets’s Suji De Silva, who has a Buy rating on Intel shares, and a $38 price target, writes that he liked how the company focused on partnerships at the event, which to [...]
GIGABYTE's BRIX Pro (using an Intel Iris Pro part) has made a big splash in the market, particularly as a Steam machine. Enthused by its success, GIGABYTE has introduced the BRIX Gaming lineup. The lineup consists of mini-PCs in a form factor similar to the BRIX Pro (which itself had the footprint of an Intel NUC kit). Show More Summary
This post is sponsored by Intel. At first glance, wearable devices seem pretty advanced. They inform you of the time, how many calories you've burned, how far you walked, when your next meeting is, and which of your friends is texting you. Show More Summary
By Orange Peel Investments: By Scott Tzu I read this article suggesting that Intel's stock could double within the next two years. Sorry to disappoint you greed mongers, but we find it much more reasonable that Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) stock rises about 36% from current levels (not including dividends) in the next two years. Show More Summary
By Bill Maurer: When it comes to chip giant Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), one item that has frustrated a portion of its investor base is the dividend. Intel has not raised its dividend in quite some time, which has caused some dividend growth investors to flee the name. Show More Summary
By Michael Blair: Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhones have a lot of new features. New to Apple, that is. They have been de rigeur in the Android world for quite a while. If Apple keeps up the pace of innovation, it could catch up to Android...Show More Summary
By Alex Cho: While Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) has been a good holding for tech investors who wanted exposure to mobile, I think now is a good time to part ways with Qualcomm. The truth is, there's very little Qualcomm can do to drive growth...Show More Summary
A cell of seasoned al-Qaeda fighters from Afghanistan and Pakistan has joined forces with al-Qaeda’s Yemen affiliate to pilot innovative methods aimed at smuggling explosives onto U.S.-bound airliners, according to U.S. officials. Citing unnamed U.S. Show More Summary
Wearable technology has yet to hit the mainstream, but that isn't stopping the fashion industry from trying to add a stylish twist to the high-tech novelties. Earlier this month, Intel, in partnership with French fashion house Opening Ceremony, unveiled a
By Bruce Burnworth: My last article regarding Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) from the floor of Intel Developer Forum 2014 September 9-11 described some of the strategies and accomplishments of Intel that take it far beyond a PC company that has a decent dividend. Show More Summary
Coverage of Thunderbolt devices has been expanded on our site over the last few months. At IDF, we took the opportunity to chat with Intel about where Thunderbolt was headed. The current market perception is one of Thunderbolt being relevant only to Mac users. Show More Summary
By Soid Ahmad: Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD), a semiconductor company, is in a turn-around mode since 2012. In the past, the company was affected by Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) dominance in PC space. Poor execution and Bulldozer architecture added to the problems of the company. Show More Summary
Intel launched a global year-long initiative under the name Make It Wearable to support the evolution of wearable devices. Students, designers, engineers, and makers got involved in the VISIONARY track and the DEVELOPMENT track. Here are the finalists of the development track. BABYBE is a bionic mattress that keeps mothers and their babies connected through the […]
It’s not just light bulbs and thermostats joining the Internet of things — Intel has now given the wheelchair a new layer of connectivity. On Tuesday, the company announced its newest smart device in partnership with world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking. Show More Summary
Intel UX Team Adds Heuristic Analysis to Expanding Toolkit
Intel will release MICA, a $1,000 luxury smart bracelet, next year. But is there a viable market for high-end wearable devices?