Is Intel’s CPU line-up really a mess?
Intel has more powerful CPUs than ever, but are the blurred lines between mainstream and high-end desktop too fuzzy and making some models pointless?
"Temporarily", mark you.
Nintendo lawsuit in three, two, one...
Client Computing still its bread and butter, though.
Could herald a major IoT push.
Doesn't even let Joule reach its first birthday.
Not likely to hit desktops any time soon.
Recorded tens of millions of devices.
Investors antsy despite record revenues.
Sets up a target 'smart home.'
Source code released by author.
Quadrupled range, doubled performance.
Lays out its vision of the IoT.
Despite small growth in profits.
Promises longer range, less power drain.
Pivots the platform to IoT projects.
Sits just below Krzanich in new org chart.
Still a North American exclusive, though.
Intel, BT, Vodafone among launch members.
Glues tiny RFID tags to their backs.
Shows off future products at Computex.
USB Type-C makes an unsurprising appearance.
Not an April Fool's joke, surprisingly.
Will monitor privacy, spectrum concerns.
Aims for One True Standard status.
Wearables investments put to use.
Mobile revenue nose-diving, however.
Goes head-to-head with Qualcomm.
Krzanich not letting wearables get away.
Pot grows by £45M following CeBIT speech.
Participation from some familiar names.
Clear focus on low-power products.