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.
Andy Grove, tech legend and former Intel CEO, passes away
Andrew Grove was the company's third employee and first hire.
Intel's first 'Skull Canyon' NUC has Core i7 power
Iris Pro graphics limit gaming appeal for the 8.5-inch PC, though.
Intel buys a 360-degree sports video replay specialist
It will use Replay Technologies' freeD tech to create "immersive sports" entertainment.
China irate over US export sanctions against ZTE
The country's foreign ministry said sanctions could harm trade relations.