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Intel to demonstrate 14nm chips, 10nm wafers in September

In a bid to convince its partners and investors that it is on-track with its Tick-Tock strategy, Intel Corp. reportedly plans to showcase several yet-unannounced products at the Intel Developer Forum event this September. While the company will demonstrate certain new things, it does not mean that everything goes truly …

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Twitter is an outlet for Israel and Hamas

Twitter War

At this stage in the life of social networking, we’re all used to seeing downtrodden citizens using the site to show persecution by governments and their own struggles for freedom. However something a bit different is happening in the latest Israel/Hamas conflict: both sides are speaking out. The Israel Defence …

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Intel predicts 15 billion connected devices by 2015

Roll the clock back two years, and Intel was pushing hard on the idea that every product in the world could benefit from an Intel chip and that all of those chips should be interconnected. We seem to remember this being called the ‘computing continuum’. The chip giant is now …

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Uncertainty of key importance at Intel IDF summit

Having presided over one of the most successful periods ever in Intel’s history, Paul Otellini will take a sip of water and step onto the stage at IDF 2011 with uncertainty on his mind. His keynote is entitled “The Evolution of Computing: Looking Ahead”, but how much time will he …

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