The PC market was once the engine room of the global semiconductor market, writes Richard Wilson. But no longer.
PocketNow.com caims to have got some images and details for a phone that will be Motoroal's first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered handset, which will be running Intel's new mobile Medfield platform.
Amino Communications is to launch an "add-on" set-top box to add new functions to existing pay-TV services, writes editor Richard Wilson.
Intel will debut its second-generation core processor family, code-named "Sandy Bridge", at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas tomorrow.
An interesting article on the x86 architecture, and reasons for its continued innovation, has been put on the site - x86 processors buck R&D investment trend.
Here are some highlights from CES that caught my eye
An interesting comment piece on The Register, from Timothy Prickett Morgan, about how the mothballing of "Larrabee" - the x86-based hybrid multi-core CPU and GPU - points to good HPC times for Nvidia: Intel Larrabee letdown leaves HPC to Nvidia's Fermi
Intel and AMD today issued the same statement about a decision to end all outstanding legal disputes between the two companies, writes David Manners.
Intel's mobility innovation team unveiled "Tangent Bay" at IDF - what it describes as "the first multi-touch, multi-screen concept laptop based on research and feedback from people who multi-task with work, media creation, entertainment and social networking."
One more for posterity, really - just marking the development in case it really takes off...