Purley will feature Intel 14-nm Skylake architecture that is debuting in other smaller chipsets this year, but with a server arrangement that can include up to 28 physical cores (56 hyper-threaded cores).
Samsung’s use of a quad-core Intel Atom processor in its Chopin LTE Android 5.1 tablet is raising some eyebrows.
Softpedia is reporting that Arne Exton has a new update for his AndEX Live DVD that lets users run Android Lollipop 5.0.2 on their PCs.
Google Inc. is going all-in on moving all its corporate applications to the Internet, in a model where corporate data can be accessed from anywhere with the right device and user credentials.
According to a story in “Oregon Live” dark silicon is a likely reason that Altera board members balked at the $54 per share offer by Intel in a $13 billion buyout.
Part of the problem with companies turning loose PR efforts to help shore up stock prices is simple: It means your company is going to be in the news a lot.
This message for those bloggers who assumed the demise of the Google Glass when sales were temporarily halted back in January:
The Macbook is staying with an updated Haswell-era chip, instead of opting for a Broadwell-generation processor.
Open x86-based platforms should concentrate on “easy.”
Sage Electronic Engineering has updated its free SageBIOS Open Source Package download for the MinnowBoard MAX, which allows for flashing the boot image without a hardware device.