Future Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger spoke during the company's fourth-quarter 2020 conference call, outlining his plans to return Intel to greatness.
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Intel reported strong profits and revenue for the fourth quarter of 2020, driven by record pandemic-fuelled PC sales of 33 per cent.
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Qualcomm has purchased Nuvia, an Arm CPU start-up, and will use the company's technology to beef up its smartphone and PC CPUs.
Intel open to the idea of bringing in a third-party chip manufacturing line within the business to improve processor manufacturing.
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Intel launches 'Clover Falls,' a companion chip that will help commercial laptops sense and adapt to their surroundings and strengthen Intel's 'Evo' PC platform message.
Microsoft unveils a preview version of its Authenticator app for iOS and Android, which then generates the passwords that can be synced with Edge.
Google has bought Neverware, and will make its CloudReady technology to add ChromeOS to older PC hardware part of ChromeOS in the future.
Microsoft finally ships its breakout rooms feature for Microsoft Teams, along with a few holiday themes for its Together Mode videoconferencing feature.
Intel has issued an end-of-life notice for the Coffee Lake Refresh generation, also known as its 9th-gen Core chips.
Microsoft is finally bringing Windows on ARM closer to parity with traditional X86 processors.
Microsoft is testing a "File Skill" in the Cortana app in Windows 10 Insider build 20270. It's designed to find more of the files you're looking for, in the cloud or on your PC.
Think the PC is dead? Not right now. In fact, notebook PC sales are expected to grow by a whopping 26.4 per cent during the fourth quarter.