Intel spills more details on microarchitecture for low-power Intel Atoms
The Atom, originally designed for netbooks, is now being repurposed for connected devices
Intel is finally starting to 'get' mobile with the release of Bay Trail Atom microprocessors. But it also needs to 'get' cheaper, argues Graeme Burton
New Quarks will be configurable with custom designs manufactured in either Intel's fabs or those of rivals
Intel to use latest manufacturing technology on forthcoming mobile and embedded systems
How does one of the latest generation Intel Atom-based smartphones compare with its ARM rivals? Computing has got its hands on the new 'Intel Inside' Prestigio MultiPhone to see how its performance, battery life and all-round usability shape up
New CEO Brian Krzanich promises to 'fight on the desktop, in the data centre, and the ultra-mobile market segment'
Row over microprocessor benchmark's accuracy leads to 20 per cent downgrade for Intel Atom
Is deal to make cutting-edge FPGA chips for Altera the start of a shift into the foundry business - and the first move to make ARM-based microprocessors for Apple?
Intel's system-on-a-chip 'just the beginning' of efforts in the tablet market
Details of Intel's upcoming Atom 'Bay Trail' platform have been leaked
Chip giant hopes new processor architecture can disarm ARM in tablet market