05 Mar 2012
Tags: chip maker, conflicting reports, cpus, intel, ivy bridge, privy, santa clara
There’s been a lot of talk about Intel’s Ivy Bridge platform lately, and specifically whether or not the Santa Clara chip maker’s new CPUs are being delayed until summer.
Conflicting reports abound, but one thing we do know is that Ivy Bridge is right around the corner. Thanks to a leaked slide that’s made its way to the Web, we’re also privy…
30 Dec 2011
Tags: adult adults, intel, vending machine
Kraft and Intel have teamed up to unveil a new vending machine that dispenses samples, but only if you’re an adult.
21 Jul 2011
Tags: 11 years, fulcrum microsystems, industry trend, intel, silicon
Intel has purchased an Ethernet silicon company in a move that mimics the industry trend toward viewing the data center as the computer as computing becomes more distributed.
Intel said on Tuesday it would buy Fulcrum Microsystems, a venture-backed company that’s 11 years old.
04 May 2011
Tags: cia, conservatives, courage, foresight, george w bush, intel, memes, obama, osama bin laden, pakistan, president george w bush, republicans, scraps
Like so many memes that persist in politics, this one started on the Internet.
The morning after President Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been killed in Pakistan, conservatives started crowing that credit should be given to President George W. Bush — specifically, for having the foresight and courage to torture the people who provided the initial scraps of intel that ultimately led the CIA to a giant compound just north of Islamabad.
02 May 2011
Tags: apple, intel, new imacs, processors, thunderbolt
If rumors are true, Apple will refresh its line of iMacs on Tuesday, May 3, adding the latest Intel Core i5/i7 processors and that new Thunderbolt port.