Intel is planning to roll out its new Bay Trail processors in tablets sometime in the future and wants to keep the tablets below a $200 price point. The Bay Trail-powered tablets are expected to run Windows 8.1 and fall between 7- and 10-inches in size.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini will step down on May 16, six months after he announced his departure. To take his place is current COO Brian Krzanich who's been with the company for the last 30 years.
Intel seems to be aiming its smartphone efforts at emerging markets rather than places Europe and North America? Smart, or running scared?
Google's cloud-dependent Chromebooks haven't taken off yet. Is a touchscreen and a more Surface-like experience in order?
Motorola has announced the Razr i, a version of the Droid Razr M that's powered by a 2Ghz Intel Atom processor.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales, Purdue University and the University of Melbourne have achieved a breakthrough in computing by creating a working one-atom transistor, beating Moore's Law's prediction by eight years.
Intel posted some $13 billion in revenue for its second quarter of 2011, but is already gearing up for Windows 8 running on ARM processors.
Acer's new Aspire One Happy 2 netbooks feature four fun colors, Intel Atom N570 processors, 10.1-inch displays, and 8 hours of battery life.
Remember netbooks? HP's new Intel Atom-powered Mini 1103 packs a 10.1-inch display and weighs just 2.78 pounds...and mobile broadband is available.
Harman has announced it's worked with Intel to produce an Atom-based computing module specifically aimed at in-vehicle entertainment.