Intel Outlines its Plans for the Year at CES 2013

Intel Outlines its Plans for the Year at CES 2013

Intel has just outlined its plans for desktop and mobile computing this year at CES 2013, confirming a new mobile platform for smartphones, its next-generation Atom microarchitecture and 4th generation Core processors.
Rumor: Intel's Next-Gen Atom CPUs to Feature Up to Eight Cores

Rumor: Intel's Next-Gen Atom CPUs to Feature Up to Eight Cores

Intel is rumored to be working on the next generation of Atom processors that are targeted at powering micro servers. Dubbed Avoton, this upcoming system-on-a-chip (SoC) will be based on 22nm Silvermont architecture and feature up to eight cores that share 4MB of L2 cache (1MB per core).
Intel to Transform Personal Computing with 4th Generation Intel Core Processor

Intel to Transform Personal Computing with 4th Generation Intel Core Processor

Intel said today during IDF (Intel Developer Forum) that it will yet again transform the personal computing landscape with the upcoming 4th generation Intel Core processor built solely for mobile systems such as the Ultrabook.
More Details on Intel's Haswell Architecture Emerge

More Details on Intel's Haswell Architecture Emerge

More details of Intel's upcoming Haswell architecture has emerged, according to CPU World who reported on the package options that we can expect to see on this new generation of processors based on this new architecture.
New Details on Intel's Haswell Architecture Leaked

New Details on Intel's Haswell Architecture Leaked

It's raining hardware leaks as details of Intel's Haswell architecture have surfaced online, and it's touted to drive the company's CPU offerings for 2013.
IDF 2011 - Haswell Processor Expected to have 20 Times Lower Idle Power

IDF 2011 - Haswell Processor Expected to have 20 Times Lower Idle Power

Intel outlines its efforts to reduce idle platform power consumption by more than 20 times in its next generation Haswell processor products for Ultrabooks at the Intel Developers Forum 2011 (IDF 2011).