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Intel introduces Core M, its first 14nm Broadwell chip
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Intel introduces Core M, its first 14nm Broadwell chip
Intel promises innovative new form factors that don't require fans thanks to Core M chip.
 
MIT reasercher creates 36-core chip
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MIT reasercher creates 36-core chip
MIT boffin has crafted a "network on a chip" to link up 36 cores.
 
AMD announces new mobile APUS for consumer and gaming notebooks
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AMD announces new mobile APUS for consumer and gaming notebooks
AMD's Kaveri APU goes mobile.
Corsair’s big Computex 2014 hardware reveal 
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Corsair’s big Computex 2014 hardware reveal

We’ve had a VIP look at the latest hardware coming out of Corsair’s ever-so busy R&D department!
Broadwell chips will be "in PCs by Christmas" 
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Broadwell chips will be "in PCs by Christmas"

Intel CEO says PC makers will have Broadwell by the end of the year, following production problems.
Intel announces unlocked "Devil's Canyon" chips and 20th anniversary Pentium 
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Intel announces unlocked "Devil's Canyon" chips and 20th anniversary Pentium

Intel announces a range of unlocked processors set to arrive this summer.
Intel unveils 64-bit smartphones and tablet chips 
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Intel unveils 64-bit smartphones and tablet chips

Intel claims its 64-bit Merrifield and Moorefield chips outpace their mobile rivals.
Intel Xeon E7 v2 servers support 6TB of RAM 
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Intel Xeon E7 v2 servers support 6TB of RAM

Intel's latest high-end chip is designed for in-memory analytics.
AMD release new A-series APUs 
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AMD release new A-series APUs

We're being very good and not making any jokes about relevance oh wait damn.
Intels CPUs will match human brain by 2026 
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Intels CPUs will match human brain by 2026

Intel makes bold claims about the performance of its CPUs as it shows off RealSense 3D camera technology
Intel finally shrugs off playboy image with McAfee rebranding 
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Intel finally shrugs off playboy image with McAfee rebranding

McAfee to be rebranded as Intel Security in what is seen as a Win-Win situation.
Intel's Edison is an SD-card sized PC for wearable computing 
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Intel's Edison is an SD-card sized PC for wearable computing

Intel demos smart earbuds, charging bowls and more in hopes of kickstarting wearable devices
Nvidia promises mobile "supercomputing" with 192-core Tegra K1 chip 
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Nvidia promises mobile "supercomputing" with 192-core Tegra K1 chip

Nvidia unveils its 192-core Tegra K1 processor
Google might ditch Intel for its own server chips 
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Google might ditch Intel for its own server chips

Might swap Intel server chips for custom ARM-based processors.
Gigabyte & INTEL OC event 
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Gigabyte & INTEL OC event

All the action from our night of EXTREME OVERCLOCKING!
GIGABYTE & Intel overclocking night 
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GIGABYTE & Intel overclocking night

GIGABYTE ANd INTEL partnered up with Atomic for a night of liquid nitrogen and extreme computing – and maybe a drink or two...
AMD unveils low-power Kaveri APUs 
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AMD unveils low-power Kaveri APUs

AMD eyes Intel's Bay Trail with new lower power APUs for tablets and hybrids.
Come along to Atomic HQ for a night of EXTREME overclocking! 
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Come along to Atomic HQ for a night of EXTREME overclocking!

GIGABYTE, Intel, and us are hosting a special night of sub-zero computing madness. Enter now for your chance to get an invite!
System Builder: Ode to the Pentium Extreme Edition 
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System Builder: Ode to the Pentium Extreme Edition

John Gillooly celebrates a decade of Intel learning to stop worrying and love the enthusiast.
Intel opens foundry to ARM-based chips 
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Intel opens foundry to ARM-based chips

Intel will build chips based on ARM designs at its own foundry, after sealing an agreement with component manufacturer Altera.
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