Next Intel CEO to guide new business, maybe Apple deal
Manufacturing chips on behalf of other companies is a major departure for Intel
Intel CEO to retire as chipmaker struggles with mobile
Otellini will retire in May at the age of 62, earlier than the company's mandatory retirement age for CEOs of 65.
As PC era fades, good times may be over at Intel
Category : Digital Enterprise
In the fast-growing and cut-throat mobile world, Intel is struggling - its market share is less than 1 percent of smartphones
Mainframe market mayhem
Last week a report titled "The Issues of Competition in Mainframe and Associated Services in India" by ICRIER and Indicus Analytics had raised concerns over the attempts by IBM to tighten its hold on the Indian market by 'under...