Intel explains its strategy for moving beyond the PC
Its CEO thinks the future is in the cloud.
Intel execs received threats over the company's diversity push
Even the world's biggest chipmaker isn't safe from harassment.
Intel's move away from PCs is difficult but necessary
Intel can't afford to miss out on the future (again).
Intel cuts 12,000 jobs in restructuring initiative
It's moving away from the declining PC market and refocusing efforts on IoT.
Intel's Apollo Lake chips promise slimmer, beefier budget PCs
You won't have to compromise so much with that starter laptop.
Smart mirror scale measures your volume as well as your weight
"Before and after" photos enter the twenty-first century.
Intel loses execs managing PCs and the Internet of Things
It's a blow to some of Intel's most important work.
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.
Intel is officially slowing down the pace of CPU releases
The company's "tick-tock" cycle has become a three-step.