Windows-based tablets powered by Intel's revamped Atom chips could provide a lift for Microsoft and its hardware partners.
First-quarter shipments tumbled 14 per cent, much worse than expected, says IDC. Gartner, meanwhile, says PCs slid 11 percent.
Will Windows 8.1 get a lift from quad-core tablets? It looks likely, thanks to Intel's next-gen tablet processor.
The tech giants are certainly big enough to make waves in the market for personal computers. We consider the potential impact of their entry into the arena.
The annual conference has yield plenty of new Android products, but what do they have in common?
The browser-based Chrome OS now has a high-end home: a refined US$1299 laptop with a high-resolution touchscreen. It paves the way for Chrome OS tablets, too.
Kicking off the Consumer Electronics Show, the chipmaker unwrapped a new quad-core portable gaming console that bears its own name.
At CES, the chip giant will discuss limited edition versions of its third generation Core processors that are Intel's most power efficient to date.
The CPU technology is being called the 4-Plus-1 "quad-core Eagle", according to a leak on a China-based forum.
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