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API management powerhouse Mashery being acquired by chip maker Intel

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Computer electronics chip manufacturer Intel is buying API management service Mashery. As reported by ReadWrite, the move will see a “majority” of Mashery’s employees retained and will keep its San Francisco location. While an Intel spokesperson confirmed the deal with ReadWrite, no details about the acquisition price were revealed. The...
API management powerhouse Mashery being acquired by chip maker Intel

Intel describes its 'Y' chips ambitions for tablets

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Chip giant will start to make a big effort to drive it Y series chips into tablets. [Read more]...
Intel describes its 'Y' chips ambitions for tablets

Ultrabooks Still Racking Up Infra Sales

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IntelUltrabooks have been on the market now for nearly a year, but they haven’t made much headway toward mass-market acceptance. According to new research from Barclays, Ultrabooks accounted for only about 5 percent of all laptops sold in the second quarter. That’s not even half of what the PC manufacturers...
Ultrabooks Still Racking Up Infra Sales

Michael Goddard, a 25-year AMD Veteran, Jumps to Samsung

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Add another name to the list of veterans decamping from troubled chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices to other jobs amid an ongoing reorganization and recent job cuts. The latest is Michael Goddard, a 25-year AMD veteran whose last title at that company was corporate VP for product design engineering and chief...
Michael Goddard, a 25-year AMD Veteran, Jumps to Samsung

Intel treats servers to mineral oil bath in year-long cooling test

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If putting liquid cooling pumps, hoses and water inside a highly electrified computer case doesn't seem crazy enough, how about just dunking the whole kit and kaboodle into oil? That's what Intel did with a rack full of servers, and if the oil in question is of the non-conducting...
Intel treats servers to mineral oil bath in year-long cooling test

Intel launches Media Server Reference Design to speed up set-top box creation

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It's no secret that Intel wants more of a presence in the living room, even if it's sometimes less than welcome. The chip giant's new Media Server Reference Design might be key to getting that foot in at least a few doors. The kit combines both Atom CE5300-based hardware...
Intel launches Media Server Reference Design to speed up set-top box creation
Intel CEO: 20 Windows 8 tablets being designed

The real Gigabit Challenge is getting ISPs to think like tech firms

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On Friday six cities in North Carolina issued a request for proposal for gigabit connections at a reasonable costs for businesses and residents. The cities have been talking up their efforts which would include new investment from a company, as well as the opportunity to lease the cities’ dark fiber....
The real Gigabit Challenge is getting ISPs to think like tech firms

Intel exits the desktop motherboard business to focus on new form factors

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After some 20 years of selling branded desktop motherboards, Intel will begin exiting this portion of its business, Intel spokesman Dan Snyder has told PCWorld. The Santa Clara chip giant will begin the retreat from desktop motherboards as soon as its next-generation Haswell CPU ships, and plans to dissolve...
Intel exits the desktop motherboard business to focus on new form factors

Microprocessor Report Chronicles Intel's Lead in Micro-Server, 3-D Transistors

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Today was a good day for bullish views on Intel. There was Deutsche Bank‘s Ross Seymore writing about the probable rise in the company’s share of tablet computer microprocessors; and there was Wells Fargo‘s David Wong writing that investors don’t fully understand the promise in Intel’s broad line of chips....
Microprocessor Report Chronicles Intel's Lead in Micro-Server, 3-D Transistors
Intel will finally power LTE phones this year

Apple's Getting Bigger in Texas

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It’s not as if we need another indicator of how far the tech world has shifted in the last decade, but well, here’s another indicator. Apple appears to be on its way to becoming the biggest employer in the Austin, Texas, area and may soon eclipse Dell. Having gotten under...
Apple's Getting Bigger in Texas

Intel 60GB solid-state drive sinks to $89

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Chip giant announces its most competitively priced consumer SSD to date. [Read more]...
Intel 60GB solid-state drive sinks to $89

Intel's dire warning

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In a surprise announcement, Intel (INTC) said Wednesday that its gloomy fourth quarter forecast wasn't nearly gloomy enough. Instead of pulling in between $10.1 billion and $10.9 billion in sales, the chip giant expects closer to a dreadful $9 billion. The stock tumbled more than 7 percent after hours. It's...
Intel's dire warning
Intel ‘Solar’ Chip Nears Light of Day

Intel appoints Krzanich CEO

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After a vetting process that lasted a little more than six months, Intel has named Brian Krzanich as its next CEO, succeeding Paul Otellini, who will officially hand over the reins of the chip giant at the company's annual stockholders' meeting on May 16. New Intel CEO Brian Krzanich...
Intel appoints Krzanich CEO

Intel gets serious about power-sipping silicon

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Chip giant demonstrates at CES that it is fighting back with a vengeance at ARM chip companies that want to keep it out of the small device market. [Read more]...
Intel gets serious about power-sipping silicon

Intel lands Atom infotainment deal with Nissan

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The chip giant says it is working to extend consumers' digital lifestyle from home and office to the car. [Read more]...
Intel lands Atom infotainment deal with Nissan

Intel's new mobile lineup: Desktop performance in portable packaging

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Intel unleashed its fourth-generation Core processors today, and the focus is overwhelmingly on mobile chips. The chip giant revealed information on ten new mobile processors, and the lineup (code-named Haswell) emphasizes processing performance, power-efficiency and integrated graphics--precisely because the traditional desktop PC is dying, and Intel's future is tied...
Intel's new mobile lineup: Desktop performance in portable packaging

LIVE: Intel Announces Earnings (INTC)

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Intel is set to report third quarter results after U.S. markets close at 4:00 p.m.  Analysts are looking for the chip giant to report earnings per share of $0.50, down from $0.65 for the same period one year ago. Click Here For LIVE Updates > Revenue is projected to increase...
LIVE: Intel Announces Earnings (INTC)

Intel touts inexpensive ultrabooks

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Chip giant wants you to know that ultrabooks are less expensive than you think. But there are still plenty of pricey models out there too. [Read more]...
Intel touts inexpensive ultrabooks

Intel heads to court to appeal record EU antitrust fine

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The chip giant has taken to the EU's second-highest court to appeal a record antitrust fine, following a European Commission ruling that Intel engaged in anti-competitive behavior. [Read more]...
Intel heads to court to appeal record EU antitrust fine
Apple's Tim Cook never wanted to sue key supplier Samsung

Boot up: is Google good for Asus?, Chromebook pricing, the iPad mini retina tradeoff and more

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Plus more insider talk on Sinofsky's departure, who the Surface was built for, Windows 95 tips (not quite) and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamCommentary: Is it a blessing for Asustek to have Google backing? >> DigitimesDoes Google treat...
Boot up: is Google good for Asus?, Chromebook pricing, the iPad mini retina tradeoff and more

Intel appoints Krzanich CEO

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After a vetting process that lasted a little more than six months, Intel has named Brian Krzanich as its next CEO, succeeding Paul Otellini, who will officially hand over the reins of the chip giant at the company's annual stockholders' meeting on May 16....
Intel appoints Krzanich CEO

Intel developing supercomputer-strength smartphone chip

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The chip giant says its 48-core processor for mobile devices is about five to 10 years away, according to a Computerworld report. [Read more]...
Intel developing supercomputer-strength smartphone chip

Intel revs up ultrabook campaign: A better MacBook?

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Chip giant is going to throw hundreds of millions at marketing the ultrabook -- should Apple be worried? [Read more]...
Intel revs up ultrabook campaign: A better MacBook?

Uh-oh! Intel and ARM both see slowdown ahead

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Intel expects its third-quarter sales to be between $300 million and $1.9 billion lower than previous forecasts, the chip giant said Friday. Many see this as a sign of the weakening PC market, especially after HP and Dell posted such disappointing results in part because of a slowdown in PC...
Uh-oh! Intel and ARM both see slowdown ahead
Besieged by a changing market, Intel chooses new CEO from the inside
Intel beats earnings expectations but cuts revenue guidance
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