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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 4 hours ago Flag

    "Is 800 a lot, or a little? A meaningless number without context. Except to you."

    [But it's enough for you to post a meaningless stalker message, isn't it?

    The new chip going into 800 systems is meaningless? No, it's incredibly huge and no one who knows anything about processor technology would think otherwise.]

  • MKM Partners maintained its bullish stance on Intel Corporation, citing upside from the upcoming 3D Crosspoint technology.

    MKM Partners has reiterated a Buy rating on Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) stock along with the 12-month target price of $40, after the chipmaker hosted a Kansas City and Texas non-deal road-show with Bhargavi Wadhwa, Investor relation officer at Intel Corporation. The entire event was focused on manufacturing, data center, PC client and other recent developments including the closing of Altera deal and 3D crosspoint technology.

    MKM Partners highlighted the upcoming 3D Crosspoint technology and ongoing strength in consumer cloud as positive catalyst for the stock.

    From BidnessEtc

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 4 hours ago Flag

    Eight hundred.

    "More than 800 systems will be launching around the world starting Wednesday, said Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's client computing group."

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    INTC vs NASDAQ previous 12 months

    by intoodeep99 6 hours ago
    wallisweaver wallisweaver 4 hours ago Flag

    Intel is up 78 cents today and 3.73 since the 24th. That's all you need to know, Lucy.

  • wallyweaver
    22 posts | Last Activity: 35 minutes ago
    Member since: Apr 22, 2013

    This guy is one sick, creepy puppy. Get some mental health care, dude. Seriously. I'm not your long, lost lover. I'm not your friend and not your buddy. I don't want anything to do with you. So, cut it out before you get yourself arrested.

  • About what happened to Skylake. It's here and it's big. Intel is going to rule the tech press cycles for a while. The Etch-A-Sketch crowd on Wall Street will continue to snooze and talk about whatever their latest arm-flapping scheme is going to be.

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 11 hours ago Flag

    As they say it's a "big announcement". Well, to everyone who knows anything about technology. Which obviously excludes Wall Street.

  • Not long ago, Intel released its first two Skylake processors, the Core i7-6700K and the Core i5-6600K. Though quick, these desktop chips were just an example of what would come later. Now, at its 2015 IFA conference, Intel is rolling out the rest of its hardware, and it’s a big announcement.

    The line-up includes a full line of desktop chips, from flagships that slot just below the K-series hardware to low-power, budget models. It also features mobile quad-cores and dual-cores, including new Core M chips for super-low-power systems. There’s even, for the first time ever, Intel Xeon for mobile.

    Intel says the new hardware is up to 2.5x faster in compute performance than previous chips, up to 30x faster in graphics performance, and offers up to three times the battery life. If these numbers sound too good to be true, they are, in a sense. Intel has reached these figures by comparing the new Core i5-6200U to the Core i5-520UM, a dual-core that’s over five years old. This is a tactic Intel has used in the past, and it’s based on the idea that most people upgrade from a PC that’s three to five years old, not one purchased last year.

    The company is also continuing to market its chips – the Core line in particular – as a platform, boasting of features like RealSense 3D camera support, TrueKey security, Intel Wireless Display and Thunderbolt. These are, of course, things an older desktop or laptop won’t offer.

    Now that I’ve give you a broad tour of the sixth-generation Core line-up, let’s dig into the specifics.

    From digitaltrends

  • It's going to happen and probably quite a few times. The stock continues to be insanely oversold. The Micron drooling mob momentum crowd is going to get whacked. Should be fun to watch.

  • These computing sticks are going to be a big mover for Intel. Every big screen needs one.

  • Wireless charging and WiGig could mean computing without wires

    A wireless charging system that packs enough power to replenish a laptop battery should hit the market in 2016, helping realize the long-held dream of a cable-free desk, Intel said on Wednesday.

    The chip-maker is developing a system that can handle up to 20 watts of power -- about four times the amount available from the wireless charging mats already available for some smartphones.

    At the IFA trade show in Berlin, the company is demonstrating a wireless charging unit that can be attached to the underside of a desk and send power to devices sitting on the desk.

    From PC World

  • Eight hundred.

    "More than 800 systems will be launching around the world starting Wednesday, said Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's client computing group."

  • The company highlights new Windows 10 devices using its new processors -- including an updated Intel Compute Stick -- during a press conference at the IFA electronics show in Berlin.

    BERLIN -- Intel on Wednesday officially took the wraps off its new Skylake processor family and showed off computers that use the chips.

    More than 800 systems will be launching around the world starting Wednesday, said Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's client computing group. He added that Intel has created nearly 50 different processors that will be rolling out over the next few weeks.

    "This is Intel's best microprocessor ever," Skaugen said during the company's press conference at the IFA electronics show here.

    From CNet

  • Intel. Intel yo daddy.

    Time to retire your oldmanstockpicks ID. It ain't getting the job done. Too tired. Too old. Too wrong.

  • Scam.

  • Is the ultimate scam.

  • Details concerning Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 have been extremely scarce, though we did manage to get a hold of the leaked images, showing that the company’s upcoming tablet was going to be much larger than its original Mi Pad. However, there is one feature of Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 that we believe will transform in to one of the most popular products of its generation.

    We expect that Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 is going to be running Intel’s 14nm chipset, along with a quad-core processor. The processor is what will give the tablet compatibility to run either Microsoft’s Windows or Google’s Android platform, and will cater to different markets with just a single product. As part of Xiaomi’s business model, we expect the tablet to be cheaper than the competition, particular Galaxy Tab S2. The only thing that we are unaware of is when the company going to officially announce its flagship tablet.

    From wccftech

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver 21 hours ago Flag

    “This is something that only happens once every decade or so,” opines Skaugen while describing the perfect synchronicity in the release of Windows 10 and the sixth-gen Core processors. It’s rare for a brand new operating system to coincide so neatly with a new CPU generation, and the shared hype is likely to drive positive sales for both Microsoft and Intel. But there’s more to this coincidence than mere serendipity. Skaugen says Intel has been working on the Skylake architecture for more than four years, and it’s collaborated with Microsoft on generating some synergies along the way.

  • Intel makes a habit of announcing its new processor generations in gradual steps. A month ago, it introduced the first members of its sixth-gen Core family — better known by the codename Skylake — in the form of the overclocking-ready Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K, a pair of desktop chips primarily aimed at gamers. Today at IFA, the American chipmaker is unfurling the full breadth of its Skylake range, which will span the broadest spectrum of devices in the company’s history. Intel will have Skylake processors going from a 4.5W TDP designed for ultrathin, fanless machines all the way up to 91W for workstation and enthusiast gaming purposes.

    Kirk Skaugen, the general manager of Intel’s Client Computing Group and the person charged with expanding the company’s mobile business, will be presenting the news in a keynote address on Wednesday that will kick off a busy day of IFA 2015 press conferences. OEM partners like Acer, Asus, and Lenovo will then be following up with their announcements of new machines using the new processors, putting real hardware meat around the beating heart of Intel’s latest. Ahead of the show, Skaugen sat down for an interview with The Verge to discuss Intel’s strategy with its new family of chips and the close collaboration with Microsoft that leads him to believe that there’s never been a better time to buy a new PC.

    From TheVerge

    [Microsoft never did like ARM. ]

  • Maybe longs can get in a couple of messages in between all of the stalker/impersonation/anger posts.

    I guess the board moderator has come and gone. Along with the integrity of the message boards.We are left with machine gun, "shout them down" posts from the mentally ill.

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