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Despite a stabling economy, Intel seems to be on a decline, with technology research firm Gartner reporting a 27 percent fall in profit for the chimaker.
Intel announced on Monday that the company's president and CEO, Paul Otellini, will be retiring in May 2013.
During Intel’s keynote presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Liu Jun, president of Lenovo’s mobile Internet division, announced the Lenovo K800 smartphone which will be built on Intel’s “Medfield” Atom platform.
Intel and Google unveiled a development partnership on Tuesday under which the two companies will work together to optimize the Android operating system for Intel’s processors.
Microchip maker Intel announced Friday it plans to build a $5 billion state-of-the-art microprocessor factory in Arizona by 2013, greatly increasing it US manufacturing capacity as part of a major global expansion.
Intel, the largest microchip maker in the world, had what they are calling their best year ever in 2010.
Intel Corp said it is going to launch chips designed for tablet computers and smartphones late next year, attempting to establish its foot in the fast-growing market.
Microchip maker Intel said Thursday that it plans to team up with Taiwan to set up a multi-million dollar Internet computing research laboratory.
Intel Corp said on Tuesday that it will invest $8 billion into producing next-generation computer chips.
Intel Corp. is purchasing computer-security software maker McAfee Inc. for $7.68 billion as part of Intel's commitment to serve an increasing array of Internet-connected devices.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.