Intel execs received threats over the company's diversity push
Even the world's biggest chipmaker isn't safe from harassment.
The internet of ratings: How makers became hip enough for reality TV
In 'America's Greatest Makers,' 24 teams of inventors compete for a $1 million prize with one condition: Their projects must be built on Intel's technology.
Everything Intel ships this year will be conflict-mineral-free
After years of work, Intel can finally say that nothing it sells uses conflict-minerals
Live from Intel's CES 2016 keynote
Expect to hear plenty of Intel's big ideas for the next year.
Intel CEO wants its technology in every device (even golf clubs)
Intel's CEO seeks to diversify its market by pushing its chips into not just computers, but also wearables and the Internet of Things.
Intel's vision for wearables includes... a shirt?
The next biggest thing in wearables is apparently something that's already technically... wearable...
Intel aims at China with its speedy LTE Cat 6 solution, shipping in Q2 this year
Marking Intel's 29th year in China, CEO Brian Krzanich took the stage at IDF Shenzhen with a littl...
Intel CEO hints at wearable plans for CES
Want to see what Intel will do next with its extra-tiny Quark processors? You won't have to wait l...
Intel hopes to speed up mobile Atom chip development
Intel has a real presence in the smartphone world, but its tendency toward just one or two mobile...