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Google’s operating system could help usher in an era of ultra-cheap laptops.
Intel’s Ct software will make ordinary code work on forthcoming many-core processors.
Intel and STMicroelectronics have formed a joint venture that plans to commercialize phase-change memory.
Software that finds and fixes hardware bugs could get chips to market faster and make them more secure.
Anti-cheating hardware could keep online game players honest.
A prototype tablet can sense gestures, and objects placed next to it.
Intel is testing technology that would issue an alert if someone hit your parked car, and could capture video if a thief made off with it.
A depth-sensing camera and palm-top projector turn an ordinary work surface into an interactive one.
The chip maker tries to diversify with system-on-chip designs.