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How to easily upgrade your Intel CPU for more gaming power
How to easily upgrade your Intel CPU for more gaming power By Adrian Willings

Upgrading your CPU is easier than you might think. Alongside adding more RAM and a new graphics card, it's one of the most worthwhile things to do. Read more

Intel reveals '9th gen' Core i5, i7 and i9 performance processors
Intel reveals '9th gen' Core i5, i7 and i9 performance processors By Dan Grabham

Intel has announced three new processors aimed at gamers and others who want the best in PC performance. Read more

Intel i5 vs Intel i7: what's the difference?
Intel i5 vs Intel i7: what's the difference? By David Nield

We explain the difference between Intel's two most popular processor brand names. Read more

Intel vs AMD: how do they compare?
Intel vs AMD: how do they compare? By David Nield

Intel and AMD make essentially all of the world's PC processors. But, given the choice, which should you go for? Read more

Why Intel's work on quantum computing is in a spin
Why Intel's work on quantum computing is in a spin By Dan Grabham

Intel always likes to reveal details of the bleeding edge stuff it works on and we’re now seeing the glimpse of some quantum computing tech that a research Read more

Intel shows off its Vaunt smart glasses that might one day use Alexa
Intel shows off its Vaunt smart glasses that might one day use Alexa By Elyse Betters

It turns out Intel really is serious about smart glasses.A week after Bloomberg claimed Intel wants to sell its majority stake in an augmented reality Read more

Intel's new RealSense cameras add 3D depth-perception to virtually any device
Intel's new RealSense cameras add 3D depth-perception to virtually any device By Max Langridge

Intel has announced a couple of new RealSense cameras as part of its D400 product family. The D415 and D435 are available to order now in the US and are Read more

Intel 8th Gen processors launch: Here's how to watch the livestream
Intel 8th Gen processors launch: Here's how to watch the livestream By Rik Henderson

Intel is ready to announce its latest series of laptop PC chipsets today, Monday 21 August, at 8am PDT (11am EDT, 4pm BST). And you can watch the unveiling Read more

Intel pulls out of wearables, smartwatch and fitness tracker plans ditched
Intel pulls out of wearables, smartwatch and fitness tracker plans ditched By Rik Henderson

Intel was full of beans when it acquired wearables company Basis a few years ago, even telling Pocket-lint that the Basis Peak smartwatch "worked the Read more

Intel will present "the future of cricket" at the ICC Trophy. Drones, bat sensors, VR and more
Intel will present "the future of cricket" at the ICC Trophy. Drones, bat sensors, VR and more By Max Langridge

Intel has announced a few new technological additions to the International Cricket Champions (ICC) Trophy, which starts Thursday 1 June. Chief among the Read more

Intel Core i9 X-Series is a hardcore gamer's delight, with 18-core option
Intel Core i9 X-Series is a hardcore gamer's delight, with 18-core option By Rik Henderson

During its Computex keynote, Intel announced a new series of CPUs that sit at the very top of the Skylake family.The Intel Core i9 X-Series is for power Read more

What’s new for Intel Core 7th Gen? Kaby Lake processors explained, 4K media focus
What’s new for Intel Core 7th Gen? Kaby Lake processors explained, 4K media focus By Mike Lowe

Year on year Intel is committed to updating its Intel Core processors, with the latest seventh-generation chip even bearing a "7th Gen" badge its visual Read more

What is Intel Project Alloy? The wire-free VR headset explained
What is Intel Project Alloy? The wire-free VR headset explained By Mike Lowe

Virtual reality is a big deal, but delving into the virtual world typically requires a tethered-to-PC solution. That's where Intel Project Alloy does things Read more

Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake processors are coming this year
Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake processors are coming this year By Luke Edwards

Intel has officially announced its next generation of advanced processors that it's calling Kaby Lake.The Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake processors will go into Read more

Intel augmented reality headset to merge worlds, real and virtual
Intel augmented reality headset to merge worlds, real and virtual By Luke Edwards

Intel is reportedly working on its own augmented reality headset that could be the biggest jump forward yet. The lines between the virtual and real worlds Read more

Intel Skylake processors explained: Why they'll make your next PC or tablet faster
Intel Skylake processors explained: Why they'll make your next PC or tablet faster By Stuart Miles

Intel has announced a new range of processors at European technology trade show IFA in German.Dubbed Skylake, the new Intel Core processors, which will Read more

How Intel wants to change BMX and action sports: Accurate trick-tracking could come to pro competitions by 2016
How Intel wants to change BMX and action sports: Accurate trick-tracking could come to pro competitions by 2016 By Mike Lowe

At a developer forum you don't expect to watch BMX pros front-flipping over a ramp. But that's exactly what we were treated to on the third floor of the Read more

Using the Intel RealSense depth-sensing smartphone: Does it raise the bar for phones?
Using the Intel RealSense depth-sensing smartphone: Does it raise the bar for phones? By Mike Lowe

Imagine a smartphone with a slew of cameras capable of detecting depth and distance to generate on-screen augmented reality experiences relative to the Read more

Intel 3D XPoint memory 1,000 times faster than flash due this year, 8K gaming incoming
Intel 3D XPoint memory 1,000 times faster than flash due this year, 8K gaming incoming By Luke Edwards

For the first time in 25 years a new memory category has been created by Intel, and it's 1,000 times faster than NAND.Intel says its new 3D XPoint memory Read more

Intel reveals tech of the future: Skin data transfers, autonomous drones and more
Intel reveals tech of the future: Skin data transfers, autonomous drones and more By Luke Edwards

Intel shows off what it's working on for the not-too distant future at its yearly event: Intel Future Showcase. We went along to see what it is we can Read more

MacBook Air refresh imminent: Intel Broadwell chips likely but not 12-inch Retina display
MacBook Air refresh imminent: Intel Broadwell chips likely but not 12-inch Retina display By Rik Henderson

Apple is said to be refreshing its MacBook Air range on 24 February but previous rumours that it will be introducing a 12-inch model with a Retina display Read more

What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues
What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues By Stuart Miles

What's going to be the next big thing after the Internet of Things? It might be a massive trend right now, but once the standards have been cracked and Read more

Intel Smart Spider Dress is not only scary but it intelligently defends its wearer
Intel Smart Spider Dress is not only scary but it intelligently defends its wearer By Luke Edwards

Well if this isn't the scariest wearable smart clothing you've seen we can't imagine what is. The Smart Spider Dress is a collaboration between Intel, Read more

Paddington: The tech behind the much-loved bear's big screen debut
Paddington: The tech behind the much-loved bear's big screen debut By Mike Lowe

Whatever age you are, there's something undeniably lovable about Paddington Bear. First brought to life in the 1958 book, he's since appeared on screen Read more

New Google Glass rumoured to arrive in 2015 with Intel innards
New Google Glass rumoured to arrive in 2015 with Intel innards By Luke Edwards

All has been quiet on the Google Glass front for some time, until now. A new hardware version of Glass is reportedly on its way next year, and it should Read more

Intel MICA is a fashionable smart cuff just for women, launches in US for $495
Intel MICA is a fashionable smart cuff just for women, launches in US for $495 By Elyse Betters

Intel has a new wearable that sort of looks like Will.i.am's Puls but targeted toward women.The wearable is called MICA, and that stands for My Intelligent Read more

What is Intel's Make it Wearable contest and which wearables won?
What is Intel's Make it Wearable contest and which wearables won? By Elyse Betters

Intel's Make it Wearable contest has just concluded, after doling out $800,000 in award money to three teams behind wearable devices that are not only Read more

Up close with the Intel Make It Wearable UK finalists: Robotic hands, modular smartwatch, and a smart vibrating pendant
Up close with the Intel Make It Wearable UK finalists: Robotic hands, modular smartwatch, and a smart vibrating pendant By Luke Edwards

Intel launched its Make It Wearable competition which will see one lucky winner receive $500,000. At the moment 7 of 10 finalists are from Europe with Read more

Nixie is the future of selfies, a wearable drone camera that flies off your wrist
Nixie is the future of selfies, a wearable drone camera that flies off your wrist By Luke Edwards

Selfie is now a word in the dictionary. Front facing cameras on phones are getting higher in quality and wider in lens angles. But now selfies are going Read more

Wearables aren't 'just something for computer people', says Intel new devices boss
Wearables aren't 'just something for computer people', says Intel new devices boss By Mike Lowe

Are wearables the next big thing in the tech world? Do we really need them and will they make our lives better? Big questions at a potential turning point Read more

Hands-on: Opening Ceremony and Intel MICA is the $1,000 wearable like no other
Hands-on: Opening Ceremony and Intel MICA is the $1,000 wearable like no other By Mike Lowe

Wearables are all the rage at the moment, but few existing products have truly captivated an enthusiastic audience. That's where Intel, in collaboration Read more

Intel claims Basis 'Peak' smartwatch will deliver more advanced optical heart rate monitor
Intel claims Basis 'Peak' smartwatch will deliver more advanced optical heart rate monitor By Mike Lowe

At the Intel Developer Forum 2014, Mike Bell, corporate vice president and general manager of the new devices group at Intel, took to the stage during Read more

Meet Jimmy, Intel’s joke-telling, app controlled and customisable 3D-printed robot
Meet Jimmy, Intel’s joke-telling, app controlled and customisable 3D-printed robot By Mike Lowe

In our job we meet a lot of different people throughout the industry. But at the Intel Developers Forum 2014 we “met” a robot for the first time: Jimmy, Read more

The war on passwords: Intel wants biometrics to replace the traditional password
The war on passwords: Intel wants biometrics to replace the traditional password By Mike Lowe

Passwords are a brilliant and useful aspect of security, but they're also a pain in the ass. Forgetting one, having another phished or hacked, needing Read more

Intel envisions a wireless future: WiGig and wireless charging to 'eliminate all cables by end of 2015'
Intel envisions a wireless future: WiGig and wireless charging to 'eliminate all cables by end of 2015' By Mike Lowe

Intel outlined its vision for a wire-free future at its Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco. But rather than this being a distant concept, the technology Read more

Intel MICA high-fashion wearable has sapphire glass touchscreen and wireless charging
Intel MICA high-fashion wearable has sapphire glass touchscreen and wireless charging By Luke Edwards

Intel has teamed up with fashion company, Opening Ceremony to create a luxury wearable aimed at fashionable women. They came up with My Intelligent Communication Read more

3D print your own ‘Jimmy’ walking, face recognising bot from Intel, the Rasberry Pi of robots
3D print your own ‘Jimmy’ walking, face recognising bot from Intel, the Rasberry Pi of robots By Luke Edwards

The day has come where 3D printer owners can now print their own robot slaves to do their bidding. Intel has released the details for its "Jimmy" robot Read more

Hands-on: Intel Core M Llama Mountain shows the future of skinny tablets
Hands-on: Intel Core M Llama Mountain shows the future of skinny tablets By Cat Thomas

Much of the buzz around Computex 2014 has been based on the advent of Intel's Core M architecture which heralds the arrival of wafer-thin fanless devices Read more

Touch control holograms, 3D scanning, auto green screens: We try the Intel RealSense future
Touch control holograms, 3D scanning, auto green screens: We try the Intel RealSense future By Luke Edwards

Intel showed us its RealSense 3D camera today at an event in London. With it was the best floating, touch controlled "hologram" we've seen in real life. Read more

Intel is planning conversational voice recognition that works offline
Intel is planning conversational voice recognition that works offline By Jake Smith

Intel's always-listening Jarvis headset unveiled at CES 2014 is similar to Apple's Siri, Google Now, and even Google Glass without the display. It's a Read more

Intel sells off failed OnCue pay-TV service to Verizon
Intel sells off failed OnCue pay-TV service to Verizon By Jake Smith

Intel has announced that it's selling off Intel Media - the company behind its failed OnCue pay-TV service - to Verizon. The cost of the deal wasn't Read more

Intel debuts SD card-sized computer called Edison (video)
Intel debuts SD card-sized computer called Edison (video) By Jake Smith

A research team at Intel has developed an SD card-sized computer that has a long-ranging list of use cases, including with computers, phones, coffee makers, Read more

Mimo lets you connect your baby to the internet, anxious parents worry no more (video)
Mimo lets you connect your baby to the internet, anxious parents worry no more (video) By Stuart Miles

Are you a worried parent? Do you wish you could monitor your baby's every movement all from your smartphone? Do you love technology? Good now that we've Read more

Intel has come up with a processor powered by wine
Intel has come up with a processor powered by wine By Luke Edwards

Yes you read that right, there is a chip in existence that is juiced by the fermented juice of grapes. Or, more accurately, the reaction of the wine's Read more

Intel's Z3000 Bay Trail chips promise better CPU and GPU performance in tablets for lower price
Intel's Z3000 Bay Trail chips promise better CPU and GPU performance in tablets for lower price By Elyse Betters

Intel has launched its first Silvermont processors, and they're called the Atom Z3000 "Bay Trail" series. The important thing about these chips is that Read more

Intel CEO unveils Quark chip, the future of wearable tech, shown off in a bracelet concept
Intel CEO unveils Quark chip, the future of wearable tech, shown off in a bracelet concept By Mike Lowe

Intel's new CEO, Brian Krzanich, announced Quark - not to be confused with the Star Trek character - a new chip with a core one fifth the size of Intel's Read more

Intel president: wearable tech to 'transform every area of our lives', demoes silicon-on-skin concept
Intel president: wearable tech to 'transform every area of our lives', demoes silicon-on-skin concept By Mike Lowe

Wearable tech is the buzz word in 2013. And Intel is right behind, adding to that buzz as it shows off smaller and smaller technologies able to realise Read more

Intel roadmap reportedly leaks - plans to launch new tablet platforms, smartphone SoC?
Intel roadmap reportedly leaks - plans to launch new tablet platforms, smartphone SoC? By Elyse Betters

A portion of Intel's roadmap for the next three years has leaked, asserting the company plans to bolster its mobile platform performance lineup, according Read more

NFC-powered companion E Ink display demonstrated
NFC-powered companion E Ink display demonstrated By Luke Edwards

Imagine tapping a slither of screen against your smartphone and transferring a document to it, along with the power to read it. Imagine no longer, the Read more

Intel has eye on expanding its smartphone support, with Merrifield and 4G LTE solutions
Intel has eye on expanding its smartphone support, with Merrifield and 4G LTE solutions By Rik Henderson

Intel is to make a more aggressive move into the smartphone business this year, taking on Qualcomm and Nvidia with dedicated mobile chipsets and a 4G LTE Read more