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The world’s largest chipmaker is counting on its U.S.-based manufacturing to earn it a toehold in the market for mobile processors.
Loongson is making steady progress toward a viable microprocessor, but its chosen architecture could keep it from supplanting its rivals.
Intel missed out on the shift to mobile computing. Now it finds itself in a precarious position.
The digitization of communications radios could mean cheaper, less power-hungry devices.
Desktop computers with detachable screens that can be used like oversized tablets are in development and are intended for home and work use.
The three-dimensional transistors of Intel’s new generation of chips continue the 50-year trend of faster, more tightly packed chips.
Intel teams up with a startup to create a server twice as efficient as those that power websites and apps today.
Lenovo and Motorola will sell smart phones powered by a new, improved Intel chip later this year.