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Intel quietly launches entry-level Braswell SoCs

Intel has quietly launched a range of Braswell SoCs designed for entry-level desktops and notebooks. The new SoCs, which feature similar hardware to Intel's upcoming Cherry Trail line, contain up to four Airmont CPU cores and eighth-generation graphics, built on the…

Intel launches and rebrands next-gen Atom SoCs

At MWC 2014, Intel has completely revamped their line of Atom SoCs, lanching new products alongside a complete rebrand of the product category to make it easier for consumers to follow and understand.

Github unveils Atom text editor for developers

GitHub yesterday unveiled what it says is a "hackable text editor for the 21st Century". Dubbed Atom, the new text editor is an open source, web technology-based desktop application, which has its own icon, native menus and dialogs, and complete…

Intel reveals 7- and 10-inch Android educational tablets

Intel has listed information about two new educational tablets on its site. They have both a 7" and a 10" version, aimed specifically at educational uses, and powered by cost-effective Atom processors and Android 4.0 or 4.1.

Intel to reveal Bay Trail-T processors on September 11

Intel are gearing up to release their Bay Trail-T processors at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, likely on September 11. The chips are the next generation of Atom tablet CPUs, following from Saltwell-based Clover Trail processors seen in…