With Intel betting so heavily on the mobile Internet device market exploding in the next several years, industry analysts are wondering if the fledgling business can live up to the expectations.
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Intel officially unveiled its low-power, newly architected Atom processor line at its Intel Developer's Forum in Shanghai Wednesday.
Remember walking in to start your first job out of college? Or that diner you stopped in when you were on a road trip with your friends? The way the sky looked when you made that one perfect ski run, or the song that was playing when your daughter took her first step?
The global semiconductor industry is in a slowdown that one industry analyst doesn't see it coming out of time soon, if ever.
With Advanced Micro Devices pushing out a slew of new products this month, its long chilled chip war with Intel may just be heating up again, analysts say.
As the crew of the space shuttle Endeavor made the journey home after a 16-day mission, scientists at NASA and the Canadian Space Agency credit them with taking the first step in a robotic partnership that will help humans press further out into the solar system.
Builders are turning to RFID technology to set the foundation for the Freedom Tower that is being erected where the World Trade Center's Twin Towers had stood in New York City prior to September 11, 2001.
An employee looking to steal confidential information from his employer sneaks into what should be a secure back room after hours. He pulls charts and files from a top-level financial meeting and slides them into his briefcase before heading back out.
Voltaic Systems is getting ready to release a solar-powered laptop bag that is designed to charge the computer carried inside it.
Microsoft is developing software to help scientists study the ocean to learn more about undersea volcanoes, weather patterns, global warming and even where they think life on Earth may have started.
With power flowing and arms, cameras and even a tool belt in place, NASA's space robot is ready for work.
Dextre, the giant robot being assembled on the International Space Station, has regained its power.
The first systems running Advanced Micro Device's new quad-core Barcelona chip are expected to hit the market in April, AMD executives said Tuesday.
Intel Monday announced that it expects to ship a six-core processor to OEMs in the second half of this year.
IBM Monday announced that its scientists have built a switch that can control the flow of information on a chip using pulses of light instead of electrons.