Medfield articles

Motorola unveils its first Intel-based smartphone, the Razr i

Motorola Mobility has unveiled its first Intel-powered smartphone this morning at a media event in London. The Razer i looks almost identical from the outside to its US counterpart, the Droid Razr M, and shares a few specs with it…

Motorola to unveil Intel-powered smartphone on September 18

Motorola Mobility has revealed plans to announce an Intel-powered smartphone at a media event scheduled for September 18. The unveiling will take place in London as Intel looks to gain a larger share of the booming mobile chipset market largely…

Intel, Google working on Android 4.1 port for Atom

Intel has confirmed it is working with Google to support newer versions of Android, including the latest Jelly Bean release, on smartphones and tablets powered by Atom processors. The company didn’t share a time frame for when the Android 4.1…

Rumor: Intel readies Medfield tablet for education market

Intel is set to expand its education-oriented efforts with a Medfield-based tablet codenamed the StoryBook PC, according to DigiTimes. Details of the device are scant. The site's unnamed sources only mention it's intended for emerging markets such as China and…

ARM CEO: We won't be beaten by Intel on efficiency

Intel announced new partnerships and two new smartphones with Lenovo and Motorola Mobility in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show last week, as the processor giant put ARM on notice of its intention to compete in the low power…

Rumor: LG set to show Intel smartphone at CES 2012

The annual Consumer Electronics Show is fast approaching, and in true form, rumors and information are starting to appear. The latest news of interest comes from LG and Intel, who look set to show off a new Intel powered smartphone…

Intel's 32nm Medfield handset chip benchmarked early

Fresh specifications and performance figures for Intel's upcoming handset platform have slipped out this week. Codenamed Medfield, the Atom-branded system-on-a-chip is expected to challenge ARM's grip on the mobile segment and based on the new details, it seems chipzilla right…