Asus launches ROG Phone gaming handset
Pre-orders open tomorrow, £699.
Claim patches don't fully protect.
Compact size, full CPU performance.
Starts with a dual-core, though.
Networking gear and NASes dropping.
OnCue not proving popular with partners.
Takes aim at the cloud computing, micro-server markets.
Promises 22nm tri-gate SoCs next year.
OnLive has announced plans to integrate with Intel Atom-based TVs.
Can the smallest PC we've ever seen punch above its weight, or does its performance match its size?
Intel has founded a Netbook and Tablet group to counter the growing threat from ARM.
Intel has unveiled a roadmap that forecasts 22nm and 15nm Atom chips.
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
Intel has confirmed its plan to purchase Infineon's wireless division for $1.4 billion.
SeaMicro has announced its inaugural product: a server containing 512 Intel Atom processors.
Intel has hinted that if Google's WebM codec takes off it could add acceleration to its Atom processors.
Inveterate modder Will Urbina has unveiled his latest creation: a custom 16TB NAS.
Intel has launched a range of low-power chips to beat ARM at the smartphone game.
Intel has announced plans to move all possible operating systems to Atom, starting with a version of Android aimed at smartphones running the company's chips.
Intel has announced some new Atom processors which bring improved performance, higher clock speeds, and support for DDR3 memory to the platform.
HP's up-coming Slate has been teased in an official video - and a leaked briefing slide has provided the first look at its specifications in a side-by-side comparison with the iPad.
According to sources quoted by market watcher Digitimes, both Dell and HP are looking to reduce their presence in the 10in netbook market following poorer than expected profits.
Intel has launched a beta version of its netbook-oriented software store AppUp for Moblin Linux - and promises a rollout across most of Europe by the end of the month.
Industry sources have hinted that Intel is set to release a portable, low-power version of its desktop dual-core Atom processors designed to bring multiprocessing to netbooks.
Intel has launched the beta of a software development kit for its Atom platform, offering the chance to develop for both Windows and its own Moblin Linux.
Support for low-power Atom processors - at the heart of many a hackintosh - appears to be back in the latest developer build of Mac OS X 10.6.2 - build 10C525.
The latest developer update for Mac OS X Leopard - 10.6.2 - removes support for Intel's Atom processor, preventing 'hackintosh' netbooks running the OS from booting.
Responding to rumours that Pine Trail - the next iteration of the popular Atom processor range - would be delayed until 2010, Intel has stated that the chip is well on track for a 2009 release.