For over forty years Moore’s Law has stood to be correct. It’s now being questioned as to whether it will continue. Named after co-founder of Intel, Gordon Moore (pictured), Moore’s Law stated that the number of transistors that can be placed on an integrated circuit doubles every two years. Len Jelinek, director and chief analyst, [...]
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Looks like Facebook and Intel are happy to tell everyone that they’re going out together – and Intel will be providing their server processors. Facebook users the world over will be breathing a sign of relief, as frankly it can be a real drag to use it, as it often runs like treacle.
The rock-bottom laptop market continues to build.
After a furiously frenetic flapping of flipcharts, Intel’s PR department have come up with the family name for their new range of processors destined for mobile Internet device (MIDs) and low-cost PCs. First to get the new name will be Intel’s Silverthorne chip, designed for MIDs, and Diamondville, destined for cheapo PCs such as the [...]
The Pearly Kings of the processor world shuffle into the flash memory market.
IBM and Intel are announcing the use of new materials in computer chip gates. It may give you enough power to run Vista!
Steve Jobs completes Apple’s transition to Intel processors, with their latest G5 desktop and hints at Leopard OS.
What happens when two bodies are pushing differing Wireless standards in the same area. How do the frequecy conflicts get resolved.
Some Mac fans have shot a video of the Intel-based iMac wiping the floor in a boot-up test with an iMac G5. Is it all it appears to be?