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CES 2023: Intel unveils new mobile processors

On Jan. 3 at CES, Intel announced its 13th Gen Intel Core mobile processors and introduced 32 new processors with a plethora of features...

Intel invests in research to achieve breakthrough in packaging improvements

Intel researchers have announced a number of technological innovations and concepts, including packaging improvements that could result in computer chips that are ten times as powerful as today’s most advanced silicon.

Intel and Xero partner as part of Intel’s Software Advantage Program

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2022 HardTech conference highlights supply chain issues and need for government support in the semiconductor industry

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Intel to cut products to save costs

As an embattled Intel tries to implement its grand comeback plan, Intel has announced that it is cutting not only jobs but also products, and that it has made difficult decisions to cut billions of dollars.

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