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Intel badmouths Jesus Phone

Intel has started calling the iPhone a flawed browsing experience. The chip giant attributes this to Apple's choice of an ARM core to power its moderately successful mobile phone. The news comes from the Intel Developer Forum in Taipei, as reported by Cnet, but the company's disdain for all things ARM is nothing new. Intel has …
Bill Ray, 23 Oct 2008
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US Intel case delayed again

AMD vs Intel The Intel AMD antitrust case has been delayed and now won't be heard until 2010. The case is being heard in the District Court in Delaware and will now start in February 2010 rather than April 2009. The original case was brought in 2005 and accused Intel of offering discounts to computer makers who pledged not to use AMD …
John Oates, 6 Jun 2008
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Intel fined $25m

Intel has been fined $25m (26bn Won) by the South Korean Fair Trade commission for breaching fair trade rules. The chipmaker was found guilty of offering unfair subsidies to Samsung and Trigem Computer Inc if they promised to only buy Intel chips and froze out rival AMD. But Intel dismissed the charges. Bruce Sewell, Intel …
John Oates, 5 Jun 2008
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Judge doubts Intel can defeat Intelmark trademark

The Court of Appeal has said Intel should fail in its bid to erase the trademark of a telemarketing company. The court has referred questions to the European Court of Justice but made clear that the chip giant deserves to lose. CPM, a large field marketing and telemarketing firm in the UK, registered "Intelmark" in 1997 as a …
OUT-LAW.COM, 17 May 2007

Intel to complete AMD impression in 2008

Intel's long, strange journey toward mimicking AMD's processors will end in 2008 with a brand new chip architecture called "Nehalem," the company confirmed today. Intel's fresh chips will have up to eight cores and a number of other bits and pieces found today's in server, desktop and notebook chips from AMD. The "Nehalem" …
Ashlee Vance, 28 Mar 2007

Intel's anti-trust memos started vanishing from the top

AMD vs Intel Intel's top executives have been playing "Hide and Seek the Anti-trust E-mails," according to a fresh set of court documents released over the weekend. Chairman Craig Barrett, CEO Paul Otellini and sales chief Sean Maloney have appeared on a list of Intel employees thought to have deleted emails possibly relevant to AMD's anti- …
Ashlee Vance, 11 Mar 2007

Intel waiting for key update before going Vista

If it's not good enough for Intel, is it good enough for you? We're talking Microsoft's Windows Vista, which the chip giant's CEO, Paul Otellini, this week indicated has not won the backing of his technology experts. "I know of no organisation doing an upgrade before [Service Pack 1]," Paul Otellini told attendees of the Bank …
Tony Smith, 7 Mar 2007

AMD's lawyers go ballistic as Intel's e-mails disappear

AMD vs Intel You say 'tomato.' I say 'troubling and flawed document retention policy.' Yes, friends. AMD and Intel are at it again, attacking each other this time over Intel's e-mail saving strategy. The chip giant is in the process of turning over millions of e-mails and other documents to AMD's attorneys as the companies head toward an …
Ashlee Vance, 6 Mar 2007

Intel 'Bloomfield' to intro 1,366-pin socket?

Intel will next year begin shipping processors with a 1,366 pins, it has been claimed. The interface will use the same land grid array (LGA) as the chip giant's current LGA775 process, but with almost twice as many pins. According to a report on Chinese-language site HKEPC, the interface will be called Socket B and ups the …
Tony Smith, 2 Mar 2007

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