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At Intel Developer Forum today, Intel's new CEO Brian Krzanich demonstrated its next generation modem for mobiles and also unveiled a working prototype of Intel's upcoming 14nm Broadwell processor.
Intel has announced the next generation of Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 series processors that are targeted at powering data center servers and workstations. These new processors are built on the 22nm fabrication process and are to succeed the Xeon E5-2600 series.
Parallels has officially launched their newest desktop virtualization software for Mac, Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac, which promises many new features and numerous enhancements and will be fully compatible with the upcoming OS X Mavericks.
Intel is set to publicly demonstrate overclocking of solid state drive (SSD) technology at next month's Intel Developers Forum (IDF). The session is titled "Overclocking Unlocked Intel Core Processors for High Performance Gaming and Content Creation".
Intel has launched its Atom-based Minnowboard that is seen as a direct competitor to the Raspberry Pi. This board is jointly developed by the Intel Open Source Technology Center and Circuitco, with the primary aim of introducing the Intel x86 architecture to the embedded systems community.
Intel is reported to be dropping the facial recognition feature from its Web TV service set-top box. This feature was intended to deliver customized programming to different family members. However, due to certain technical issues, Intel will do away with this feature.
Intel has announced its new SSD 530 Series of high-performance, high-end SSDs. The new drives will come in a variety of form factors, including mSATA and M.2, and capacity points, from 80GB to 480GB.
Intel will release a microcode patch that will block the CPU overclocking capabilities of non-Z87 motherboards. This is in response to motherboard manufacturers, who have offered unofficial overclocking support for unlocked 4th generation Intel Core processors on their H87, B85 and H81 boards.
Intel recently announced that its new range of Y-Series fourth generation (Haswell) processors will be shipping to manufacturers later in the year. These low powered chips are said to have a 4.5W scenario design power (SDP), and will power devices such as tablets and hybrid PCs.