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Intel Medfield reference smartphone

Intel invests $1.5bn in Chinese chip firms for smartphone boost

Deal will see the firms jointly develop Intel-based SoCs for handsets

ARM Cortex-M7 embedded processor

ARM delivers new Cortex-M7 processor to drive the Internet of Things

New ARM core offers double the compute and digital signal processing (DSP) performance for embedded applications

Dianne Bryant announces Xeon D at IDF

Intel begins sampling third-generation 14nm Xeon D SoC

Firm claims new system on a chip offers Xeon-class performance for hyperscale workloads

Intel shows off Skylake processor architecture

Will hit PCs, laptops and tablets by the second half of 2015

IDF: Intel releases tiny Edison computer for wearables and the Internet of Things

Edison evolves to an Atom device with more I/O capabilities for embedded applications

Intel launches Xeon E5-2600 v3 with up to 18 cores to power data centre workloads

Intel offers more cores and greater power efficiency in its updated two-socket Xeon family

Intel officially launches Core M for thinnest fanless 2-in-1 laptops and tablets

Intel aims to take on consumer tablets by enabling thinner portables with full laptop performance

MIPS architecture reborn with 64-bit MIPS I6400 targeting mobile devices to servers

Imagination Technologies looks to take on ARM and Intel with new chip design

ARM claims growing momentum for 64-bit chips with 50 licence deals

ARM 64-bit chips being developed for enterprise infrastructure as well as smartphones and tablets

Intel updates Core i7 line with its first eight-core desktop chip

New chips support DDR4 memory and Thunderbolt 2 I/O standard

Qualcomm faces EU antitrust probe as it seeks to end China case

The global chip manufacturer seeks amicable resolution to longstanding antitrust allegations in China

Boston shows off servers and workstations with upcoming Intel Xeon E5-2600 Haswell-EP processors

New systems ready to roll when Intel's latest workstation and server chips are available

Intel pays $650m for Axxia Networking Business for software-defined networking boost

Intel bolsters its network portfolio for software-defined infrastructure

Intel ships first 14nm chips as Core M Broadwell-Y for ultra-thin tablets and laptops

Core M enables fanless designs less than 9mm thick, with systems by the end of the year

IBM unveils 'brain-inspired' TrueNorth chip with supercomputer power

Chip is the equivalent of a supercomputer the size of a postage stamp, claims Big Blue

Internet of Things and PC sales boost Intel to $2.8bn profits

Firm sees boost as PC markets rebounds

IBM splashes $3bn on research into future chips, looks beyond silicon

IBM invests in new materials and architectures that may be required to deliver future performance improvements

Intel details Knights Landing chip for 2015 release with Omni Scale interconnect

Next-generation Xeon Phi will be a 3-teraflop chip with 16GB of on-package memory and integrated Omni Scale interconnect

Intel details customisable Xeon chips for data centre customers

Integrated FPGA allows Xeon chips to be dynamically configured to accelerate specific workloads

AMD shakes up company along client and server lines

Major realignment will see the chip firm consolidate units into two business groups

Intel sees strong business PC sales, raises revenue forecast

Firm looks to be benefiting from XP's demise

Oracle teams with Intel for elastic computing on dynamic x86 servers

Sun Server X4-4 and Sun Server X4-8 can dynamically adapt to workload-specific requirements

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