Mobile will drive Intel's future—precisely what its competitors figured out years ago.
Although early sales of Windows 8 notebooks were constrained by the lack of touchscreens, senior executives at Intel said that those problems have vanished.
Ending weeks of anticipation, Intel launched its next-generation Atom chip, Bay Trail, at the Intel Developer Forum on Wednesday.
Promising faster performance, longer battery life, and cheaper prices, the new chips can run Android or Windows and will power $199 tablets.
Lat year at IDF, Intel showed off a camera peripheral from Creative that could recognize the user, listen for his voice, and interpret gestures. This year, Intel has taken it a step farther.
Most years, the IFA trade show in Berlin is pretty boring. In 2013, it's anything but.
Gorilla Glass, touch displays, and the look and feel of the XPS consumer notebook -- all these are part of Dell's refreshed Latitude notebook line.
The world's top PC maker sells more mobile devices than traditional computers—but traditional computers have been completely redefined.
PC shipments are already in a steady decline with the growing adoption of tablets, and buyers are not yet willing to pay a premium for machines with Microsoft's Windows 8, analysts point out.
Aggressive pricing plus support for Android and Windows 8 could pave the way for versatile new machines.