News and Articles About Intel
Intel's goal in acquiring McAfee was to sell security software for more than just PCs.
Hardware is still alive and well at IDF.
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'We're truly inventing a world we can't experience today,' Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said today.
California-based Nervana will help develop Intel's artificial intelligence portfolio and enhance the deep learning performance of Intel Xeon and Intel Xeon Phi processors.
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Intel is partnering with Major League Baseball to deliver 360-degree replays that capture virtually every angle.
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The company is set to announce an alliance to develop self-driving vehicles with collision detection specialist Mobileye and computer chip maker Intel.
Many new tech users around the world turn to mobile phones for their computing needs, and corporations increasingly rely on big machines rather than desktop models to run their businesses.
Grove's work and philosophy at Intel has become a blueprint for other startups.
From micro-electromechanical systems to raspberry compounds, take a look at some of these tiny technologies that go into making today's products competitive.
Yuneec, based in Hong Kong, is a way for Intel to enter new markets.
This latest move follows Intel's earlier plan to spend $300 million over the next five years to improve diversity.
The worst part about meetings isn't showing off your new presentation; it's how difficult it is to get your computer screen to show up on the TV.
With the acquisition, Intel aims to to boost its data center business.
That's right. Get ready for a luxury watch running Android Wear.