Basis band adds to chipmaker's growing arsenal of wearable technologies
The company might finally have a decent mobile chip with its 64-bit Merrifield and Moorefield designs, but its competitors have a huge head start.
Intel's new Atom chips code-named Merrifield and Moorefield will be in smartphones during the second half
Bringing 64-bit chip architecture to the tablet space will erase one of the last advantages full-fledged PCs have.
The chip giant sees the PC market stabilizing, but forecasts a year of flat sales ahead.
Intel is pushing into the mobile market by cutting deals with tablet developers to use its chips.
In a twist, processors designed for consumer PCs outperform Intel's expectations, while the usually reliable Xeon chips fall short.
Intel will transition its McAfee division to become Intel Security in 2014, putting space between it and the erratic founder of the 27-year-old security firm.
Intel's depth cameras, which it will supply to a number of PC makers in the coming year, impressed in a hands-on demo here in Vegas.
Intel chief Brian Krzanich launches a wave of wearables at his CES 2014 keynote along with a new version of its Quark embedded processor, code-named Edison.