5/20/2013 12:25 PM EDT
Market research firm IHS believes the chip giant could reinvigorate the PC industry--if it's willing to sacrifice its own margins.
post comment 8 comments last comment dylan.mcgrath
@luting. I'm with you. I would be surprised if Intel went for this.
5/14/2013 12:01 PM EDT
South Korean giant claims first adaptive array transceiver technology operating in the millimeter-wave bands.
post comment 4 comments last comment John.Donovan
Andrzej11 is right--this is a highly defined lab experiment filtered through the marketing ...
5/2/2013 1:24 AM EDT
This credit card-sized Linux computer was one of the coolest demos on the show floor at last week's DESIGN West.
post comment 17 comments last comment bobdvb
I don't think it is a direct assault by the IC manufacturers because the volume of the market ...
2/21/2013 2:30 PM EST
The rumored Apple smart watch and the augmented reality glasses being developed by Google are expected to be just the beginning for wearable gadgets.
post comment 6 comments last comment Duane Benson
Re "some advertising super-imposed on my real view." More than once, I've run across some starry ...
1/30/2013 2:31 AM EST
IHS says Blackberry 10 is Research and Motion's last, best hope to challenge the smartphone powers that be.
post comment 10 comments last comment Frank Eory
For every Blackberry owner I ever knew, "email" was precisely the reason they loved it so much. But ...
1/23/2013 1:25 PM EST
Together, pair of global electronics giants consumed 15 percent of semiconductors in 2012.
post comment 2 comments last comment shyam334
I believe it includes internal purchases as well.
1/18/2013 4:31 PM EST
After its proposed acquisition by IDT was blocked by regulators, a leaner version of he PCI Express chip company is moving on.
post comment 2 comments last comment mkelly99
No, they would have had a monopoly on stand alone PCI express switch chips. There are no other ...
1/14/2013 2:01 PM EST
Some see evidence of the decline of the fabless-foundry model. The numbers tell a very different story.
12/6/2012 10:01 AM EST
Synopsys co-CEO Aart De Geus says technical challenges facing chip makers bode well for design tool vendors.
11/29/2012 1:55 PM EST
Much hoped for boost to PC sales from the launch of the new operating system has thus far failed to materialize.
post comment 13 comments last comment Mark.Rackin
In my case, Win8 DID result in a new PC sale...only NOT one running Win8! My wife's XP Celeron ...