Hardware Central: "Intel today broadened its number of ultra-low voltage processors (ULV) to include a complete range, from Celeron to Core i7, for the super-thin laptop market. This announcement builds on Intel's January introduction of laptop processors, which included only a few low-end ULV processors."
HP today announced two new HP ProLiant Moonshot server cartridges featuring Intel processors. Powered by Intel’s 2nd generation 64-bit Intel® Atom® processor based SoCs, the HP ProLiant m350 underscores Intel’s 64-bit SoC market and technology leadership by delivering the highest density available in the Moonshot family.
Intel has launched its Core M processor line at IFA 2014 this year, and is announcing a number of key launch partners that will be shipping Intel M-based convertible notebooks starting this holiday season.
I recently came across "bugs in Intel Processors". see here. What Intel calls "Specification Update" is in fact a paper that lists known bugs in the Intel Core M Processor family (Broadwell ?). A quick search at the competitor revealed that also AMD admits bugs.
@Michael: The "processor war" was recently dominated by GHz and Benchmarks.
My home PC is pretty old (1.8 Ghz P4 processor, 40GB HDD and 128MB ram). I want to reassemble my PC, but I cant invest lot of money into it. From what I see the major components I need are MotherBoard, Processor, RAM and HDD.
Intel today announced that Intel® Media SDK 2013 for Servers now supports both Linux and Windows server operating systems. The SDK helps enable servers to deliver up to 12x the amount of simultaneous HD video streams over traditional software-only solutions.