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Intel appoints Venkata Renduchintala to run its PC, IOT and software businesses

In a statement released on Friday, chip giant Intel said that it has appointed Venkata Renduchintala as the President of the company’s newly-formed Client and Internet of Things (IoT) businesses and Systems Architecture Group.

Intel has hired Renduchintala away from its chip-market... read more

Intel to spend $50 million in quantum computing: Reports

On Thursday, US chip company Intel said that it will use engineering resources and $50 million in a deal on quantum computing, which could lead to drastic progress in complex problem-solving. The company is looking forward to a 10-year partnership with TNO, the Dutch Organization and Delft... read more

Intel leads $100M funding round in OpenStack cloud firm Mirantis

In a move which indicates that Intel is betting big on cloud services, the chip giant has recently led a $100 million funding round in an OpenStack cloud company called Mirantis.

Mirantis is one of the key players in the cloud-computing segment known as OpenStack, which is similar to an... read more

Razer announces new 3D camera designed for game streaming and VR

Razer has announced a new, yet-to-be-named 3D camera which has the capability to sense depth; thanks to the fact that the camera is based on chip giant Intel's RealSense technology. The camera has been designed chiefly for game streaming and virtual reality (VR).

The announcement of the... read more

Intel and Micron unveil new 3D XPoint memory technology

Two bigwig silicon firms Intel and Micron unveiled new 3D XPoint memory technology at a launch event held in San Francisco on Tuesday. The 3D XPoint memory is notably much faster than the current NAND technology; and it marks the biggest innovation in more than two decades.

Unveiling the... read more

Intel’s 2015 Q2 earnings surpass analysts’ estimates

Chip giant Intel reported its 2015 second-quarter earnings on Wednesday; surpassing analysts' expectations. The better-than-expected earnings posted by Intel were chiefly a result of the strong growth of the market for data center chips, which apparently helped overcome the dwindling sales of... read more

Intel acquires smart eyewear designer Recon Instruments

Announcing its new acquisition on Wednesday, chip giant Intel said that it has completed the takeover of Vancouver-based smart eyewear designer company Recon Instruments. The financial terms of the acquisition deal have not been officially disclosed.

Recon Instruments wearable devices... read more

Intel has entered in a deal with Altera for about $16.7 billion in cash, following which the Microchip maker will acquire the chip designer, a move that is motivated at boosting its revenue and profit.

Intel will pay $54 a share for Altera with a combination of cash from its balance sheet... read more

Raymond Wang receives Gordon E. Moore Award

At this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, Raymond Wang, 17, has received the Gordon E. Moore Award of US$75,000.

He came at the first position for developing an air inlet system for airplane cabins meant to improve... read more

Intel CEO: 41% Intel hires for 2015 so far have been “diverse”

In a noteworthy workforce diversity-related announcement made on Wednesday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has revealed that the chip giant has significantly increased its hiring among women as well as under-represented minorities this year.

The announcement was made by Krzanich during the... read more

Brian Krzanich: Intel to have a fully diverse workforce by 2020

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said in a highly noteworthy announcement made at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show - which concluded on January 9 - that the chip giant pledges to have a fully diverse workforce by 2020.

Setting the end-of-the-decade deadline to grow Intel's ranks of women... read more

CES 2015: Intel demonstrates tiny wearable computer called ‘Curie’

During a keynote address at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich demonstrated one of the company's latest innovations --- the smallest ever wearable computer called 'Curie.'

Asserting that the new 'Curie' wearable computer "... read more

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