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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 personal assistant meant to be by your side all the time, able to have a conversation. But to differentiate... 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 to a new report.Citing unnamed Taiwan-based manufacturer sources, Digitimes reported on Wednesday... 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 technology has been demonstrated by Intel.Researchers at the University of Massachussetts and the University... 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 solution.Alongside announcements for its fourth-generation Ultrabook and tablet processors at Computex... Read more

Intel announces low cost, powerful phone for developing countries

Intel announces low cost, powerful phone for developing countries

By Ian Morris

Why should the developed world have all the good phones, asks Intel. Well, perhaps it didn't, but with its new range of low-cost handsets, it is targeting those in the developing world with phones that offer a full Android experience, but without the... Read more

Intel is already working on 48-core chips, but don't expect them anytime soon

Intel is already working on 48-core chips, but don't expect them anytime soon

By Danny Brogan

Computer chip manufacturer Intel is already working on a 48-core processor, which would change the way we use smartphones and tablets.As well as its saving battery power - by assigning individual tasks to specific cores rather than having to share the... Read more

ARM: We're taking Intel seriously, but we're ahead

ARM: We're taking Intel seriously, but we're ahead

By Chris Hall

ARM, the microchip manufacturer whose hardware powers many mobile devices, has told us that it isn't taking rival Intel lightly."We take Intel very seriously," said Vincent Korstanje, vice-president of segment marketing at ARM, in an interview with Pocket-lint. "Intel... Read more

Intel Wireless Charging: Wireless Phone to Ultrabook charging

Intel Wireless Charging: Wireless Phone to Ultrabook charging

By Lars-Göran Nilsson

Intel has demoed a new feature of the company’s Ultrabooks at Computex in Taipei that will let users wirelessly charge their phone from their laptop.Intel claims to be able to deliver up to 3 Watts of power via the system, which is more than enough... Read more

ARM: Intel playing catch-up in mobile market

ARM: Intel playing catch-up in mobile market

By Paul Lamkin

It's a funny old time in the crazy world of chip architecture. Not only are companies like Nvidia, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments looking to jump head first into the Windows 8 revolution caused by Microsoft's new baby including support for ARM-based processors,... Read more

Intel CEO: mobile phone processor cores don’t matter

Intel CEO: mobile phone processor cores don’t matter

By Dan Sung

In a move that the Intel CEO and president joked “may have just started another core war”, Paul Otellini has dismissed the importance of cores in mobile phone CPUs. With the rest of the market racing towards quad-core processors on Android 4.0 Ice... Read more

Genevieve Bell, Intel anthropologist - 10 visions of the future

Genevieve Bell, Intel anthropologist - 10 visions of the future

By Stuart Miles

When Intel hired Genevieve Bell in 1998 she was tasked with two things. The first was to help the company understand women, and the second was to understand the rest of the world.Thirteen years later and Bell says she hasn’t even started to get anywhere... Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Intel promises MeeGo device before Christmas...

EXCLUSIVE: Intel promises MeeGo device before Christmas...

By Stuart Miles

Possibly good news for fans of Nokia wondering when their next flagship model will hit. Intel has confirmed to Pocket-lint that there will be a MeeGo powered Moorestown mobile phone on sale in the UK by the end of 2010."You will see MeeGo Moorestown devices... Read more

Intel: Phones with 10-day battery life here by end of year

Intel: Phones with 10-day battery life here by end of year

By Stuart Miles

Intel is promising phone makers that its new Moorestown processor, now dubbed the Intel Atom Z-Series, will be able to offer handsets that can last up to 10 days without charge.The chip maker has detailed more information on its Moorestown processor,... Read more

Moorestown-based MID from Wistron shown off

Moorestown-based MID from Wistron shown off

By Lars-Göran Nilsson

Intel is to launch its Moorestown Atom platform for MIDs (Mobile Internet Devices) sometime early next year and we got a sneak peak at an upcoming device from Taiwanese OEM Wistron. The un-named device was on display at the Ericsson booth at the Taiwan... Read more

Intel announces new specialised Atom processor

Intel announces new specialised Atom processor

By Amy-Mae Elliott

New Atom-powered smartphones and in-car entertainment systems could be heading our way towards the end of the year, says Intel. It's all very boring on the surface, but the company has announced four versions of processors and two new system controller... Read more

Intel dashes Atom iPhone/Newton hopes

Intel dashes Atom iPhone/Newton hopes

By Katie Scott

Intel has moved quickly to quash rumours that a new iPhone is on the way built around its soon-to-be released Atom chip - a rumour started by statements by one of its own execs. The chip-maker sent a statement to ZDNet Germany, which was one of the sites... Read more

Sharp first with Intel Atom phone

Sharp first with Intel Atom phone

By Stuart Miles

Sharp has released a new Mobile Internet Device using the newly announced Intel Atom chip. The model, called the D4, will use the new Intel chipset in the device due out in June even though the chip manufacturer says that it didn't expect companies to... Read more