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Atom SoCs to use Ivy Bridge-like 22nm, Tri-Gate design next year

Intel talked up its next-generation mobile processors at a recent industry conference, and though no details on a specific SoC were revealed, the company did say the upcoming chips will use the same 22nm technology and Tri-Gate implementation as their…

Intel details next-generation Atom chip for tablets

Intel held a media event in San Francisco today to offer a glimpse at what to expect from future Intel-based Windows 8 tablets, and share details about their next generation Atom processor, codenamed Clover Trail. The company said at least…

Intel 'Clover Trail' Atom processors won't support Linux

Intel has detailed Atom’s successor at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, previewing Clover Trail’s power efficiency tweaks as well as revealing that the next generation of portable devices running Intel’s new processor will be incompatible with Linux. …

Foxconn readies fanless Atom/Brazos Nano PCs for September

First unveiled in May, Foxconn has announced that its fanless nettops will finally ship in September after a brief delay possibly related to the cancellation of Intel's Atom D2700 processor, which was originally expected to appear in one of the models. The Nano PC will be available in two variants...

Intel abandons TV market, focuses on tablets

Intel may have a firm grasp on the desktop and laptop processor markets, but the company has continuously struggled to secure a slice of other segments and reduce its dependence on PCs. In addition to trying to make inroads alongside…

Intel ships 32nm Cedar Trail Atom processors, D2500 and D2700

It seems Intel's latest Atom processors might not be delayed as long as originally rumored -- if at all. The Cedar Trail parts were originally bound for launch this month but sources claimed they would be postponed until November because…

Intel announces support for Android 2.3 on Atom E6xx series

Intel's next generation of Intel Atom CPUs, the E6xx series, will finally support Android come January 2012. The company confirmed this in a promo video released yesterday outlining the low-power chip's features, where it particularly mentioned support for Gingerbread 2.3.…