One of the dangers of entering the tech market with a new product is the necessary adaptation that other manufacturers or developers will have to make to support your product.
Mobile World Congress is edging closer and closer, and rumor has it that Intel is planning to show off their first mobile-based processors there. Apparently, they’re going with the name
For a while now, it’s been the same chip makers in the mobile space. TI and Qualcomm have been there forever, and Samsung has been putting their own chips in
Intel is finally going to start mass producing chips for the mobile phone market. The chips are set to be out in some LG phones in March of 2012 at
Intel has begun showing off reference models of phones and tablets ahead of the annual event.
We all know Intel is working hard to bring a fully functional version of Android to the x86 architecture, but I think it doesn’t matter how hard they try to
Get ready for even more innovation and choice in the Android universe. Intel and Google announced today that future builds of the Android platform will be written with optimization for
Intel is the leading chip maker in the world, and they are always the first choice of a PC gamer or any other person who is looking forward to buy
It seems that Intel is in talks with some big players in the PC world ramping up to get into the Android game. PC makers like Asus and many others have
t seems that SonyInsider has found out that the new NSX-46GT1 (46′) will cost only $1399, instead of the initially reported $1899. Set to be released on October 12th in New York, many people have high hopes for Google TV and Android.
Intel is hard at work, prepping an “Android x86″version of Android 2.2 designed for tablets and netbooks. As we’ve mentioned here a couple of times, Android was initially designed for
The race is on for faster, more capable processors in your smart phone. Intel’s new Atom (Moorestown) processors are out and they’re pushing the envelope forward. The new chips can
Bloomberg is reporting today that Sony is expected to unveil their new televisions based off a new version of Android called Dragonpoint. We’re going to go ahead and say this
Google is reportedly teaming up with Sony and Intel to create a set top box based on the Android OS to bring home viewers rich web content via Android like apps right on their TV screen.
After dominating the desktop market for years, Intel recognizes they have a long road ahead of them in terms of smart phones. Android, as a platform, was initially designed to