Intel signs Microsoft as foundry customer, says on track to overtake TSMC

Microsoft will use its 18A technology to make an undisclosed chip and that it now expects $15 billion of foundry orders

US to announce billions in subsidies for advanced chips

US to award billions of dollars in subsidies to companies including Intel  and TSMC  for building new factories

Intel tumbles as chipmaker falls further behind in AI race

Intel shed about $24.9 billion in market value, based on Friday's closing price of $43.65

The coolest gadgets from CES 2024, so far

Recognised for premiering innovative consumer technology on the global stage, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) stands as one of the most influential tech events worldwide. This year, held from January 9 to 12 in Las Vegas, USA, CES 2024 has already showcased a variety of unique gadgets. Here are some of the coolest gadgets that caught our eyes in CES 2024 so far.

Intel chief ready to go it alone on chip manufacturing

Intel Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger on Thursday said the company has no plans to spin out its contract chip manufacturing business

Intel's 14th gen processors: Elevating your digital experience

Since introducing a performance hybrid architecture, Intel has consistently raised the bar for desktop performance. The latest Intel desktop processors offer higher frequencies, better performance for single and multi-threaded tasks, and industry-leading overclocking capabilities.

Intel to increase CPU prices soon

American chip-making giant Intel recently announced that it will increase prices on a majority of its microprocessors and peripheral chip products later this year.

Intel goes from one extreme to another at Computex

During its Computex 2016 keynote address Intel showed that its future lies in offering consumers and companies more bang for their bucks, with its most efficient, affordable Apollo Lake processors or its first ever 10-core processors built for ‘mega-tasking gamers and filmmakers.

Intel to cut 12,000 jobs as it confronts decline in PCs

Intel is cutting 12,000 jobs — about 11 percent of its workforce — as it reorganizes to confront a decline in sales of personal computers.

April 11, 2015
April 11, 2015

US blocks Intel chip export to China

The US government has refused to let Intel help China update the world's biggest supercomputer due to concerns about its nuclear research.

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