Intel unveils new processors for data centres

The new range of processors -- Xeon E5-2600/1600 v3 product families -- are aimed at addressing the requirements of diverse workloads and the rapidly evolving needs of data centres.

EU court upholds USD 1.4 billion fine for Intel

A European Union court on thursday upheld USD 1.4 billion fine against Intel, the American microchip manufacturer, for abusing its dominant position in the market for computer central processing units.

Intel`s gesture control promises hands-free life

US computer chip giant Intel said its gesture-controlled technology could soon become part of everyday life as it showed its vision of a no-touch lifestyle in Taiwan today.

Intelligence chief shot dead in lawless east Libya: source

The head of general intelligence in eastern Libya was gunned down in the flashpoint city of Benghazi Thursday, an intelligence source said.

NSA denies exploiting `Heartbleed` vulnerability for intel

The US National Security Agency has denied a report claiming the surveillance agency was aware of and even exploited the `Heartbleed` vulnerability to gather critical intelligence on cyberspace.

Intel ready to turn Android into Windows-like OS

Intel is reportedly thinking beyond Microsoft when it comes to a full-fledged `client` operating system, and the best bet today for it is Google`s Android.

Intel announces delay in production of next-gen PC chip `Broadwell`

World`s biggest computer chip maker Intel has reportedly said that the production of its next-generation PC chip, Broadwell, will be delayed by a quarter.

Security, privacy key inhibitors to cloud growth: Study

Cloud computing is enabling unprecedented innovations in technology, like bring your own device (BOYD), but security and privacy issues are key inhibitors to cloud growth, a study by technology giants Cisco and Intel revealed.

Intel to launch Internet television service

Computer chip maker Intel has announced that it will launch an Internet television service with live and on-demand content.

Soon, smartphones to remind you where you`ve put your keys

Intel is said to be investing in smartphones that “learn” about their owners and predict what they do - doing tasks for them without being asked.

Intel launches Ivy Bridge processors

Global chip maker Intel today launched a new generation of processors with added features aimed at gamers and media enthusiasts.

Ex-Intel employee pleads guilty to theft charges

A former Intel Corp (INTC.O) employee who allegedly stole from the chipmaker documents worth hundreds of millions of dollars pleaded guilty on Friday to five counts of wire fraud.

Intel to focus on desktop mkts with new tool AIO

Intel India today said it will focus on accelerating desktop growth by enabling more channel partners to adopt its new computing innovation tool All-in-One.

Intel`s supply chain chief says ready for mobile

Intel has fallen far behind in processors for smartphones and tablets.

Intel launches high-end server chip for the cloud

The company`s "Xeon E5-2600" family of processors delivers up to 80% better performance than previous platforms while consuming less energy.

Singapore`s Artivision says in tie-up with Intel

Intel may also invest in Artivision if a definitive agreement is reached, the Singapore firm said.

Intel bets big on thin, light `ultrabooks`

US chip giant Intel heralded a coming wave of affordable high-powered, thin laptops that could double as tablet computers and be controlled by gestures or spoken commands.

Ultrabooks to replace Laptops by 2013: Intel

Ultrabooks have sleek and compact design with computing speed that can match computing need of present laptop users.

Intel acquires Israeli mobile navigation firm Telmap

Details of the deal were not disclosed but Israeli media said Intel is paying about $300 mn to $350 mn.

Intel plans smartphone foray with Google

Intel today announced that it has partnered with Google for accelerating
its foray into the smartphone market by the first half of 2012.