Intel has unveiled a new platform called "Next Unit of Computing" (which reminds us of the Next Galaxy). The NUC as it is known was unveiled a couple of weeks ago and packs a Core i3/Core i5-based computer in a 100mm x 100mm motherboard, significantly smaller than the 17cm x 17cm of the mini ITX format.
Intel has officially launched the first wave of its Ivy Bridge processors with a new tri-gate transistor technology, touting the new chips as the "world's first 22 nanometer product."
The chipmaker released 13 quad-core processors on Sunday and promised that new dual-core processors will arrive later in the spring. MacNN reports that the first batch of chips are from the Core i5 and i7 families.
Intel Corp. has unveiled its new 910-series solid-state drives that are compatible with PCI Express bus and are designed to provide extreme performance, endurance and reliability for rigorous data center demands.
“We just don’t know.”
That’s come to be a common refrain offered by many of us Microsoft watchers when asked about many (most?) things having to do with Windows 8. Despite the fact the operating system is available in Consumer Preview form, and soon to be available as a near-final Release Candidate (or possibly “Release Preview”), there are still lots of unanswered questions.
Intel has confirmed that Andy Bryant will join its board as chairman in May, replacing current chairwoman, Jane Shaw.
Intel has revealed in a US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proxy statement filing that Shaw will retire from the board and Bryant will step up from his role as CFO and vice chairman to become chairman of the board at Intel's annual stockholders meeting on 17 May.