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iBall Windows Slide WQ32 review: Workable Windows 8.1 tablet option

iBall Windows Slide WQ32 is a decent Windows tablets, but you will need an extra keyboard and storage.

IT innovation: We have seen a lot, but haven’t really seen anything

The economy will become one of digital services. The winners will be the enterprises that most aggressively adopt technology and make it a way of doing business.

Read more: Intel, New Mexico fab, TPT

Notion Ink’s Cain is the cheapest Windows 2-in-1 PC

Cain will be available exclusively on at Rs 19,990.

Intel Core M devices

Upcoming Intel Core M-based devices from Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba

At IFA 2014, manufacturers like Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, and Lenovo unveiled new Intel Core M processor-based devices across a range of sizes, styles and price points.

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Flipkart and Intel join hands for a Rs 5,999 tablet

Tablets in 7, 8 and 8.9 inch sizes, come with 3G options too.

Read more: Android, Flipkart, Intel
The tablets will be priced between Rs 7,000 and Rs 18,000.

Wishtel launches Intel-powered enterprise tablets

The range will be optimised for enterprise solutions

Read more: Intel, tablets, WishTel
At Rs 21,990, the Croma 1177 will be the cheapest 2-in-1 in the Indian market

Intel ties up with Croma to launch cheapest 2-in-1 in India

The devices will initially be available only in Croma stores and their online retail site

Read more: Croma, Intel, windows 8.1

Asus ZenFone5 first take and video: A phone that has a lot going for it

The Asus ZenFones could be a game changers of the Taiwanese company gets its pricing right when it launches on July 9


Intel comes out with first-ever 2-in-1 for education in India

There are kid friendly features such as a handle that makes it easier for small hands to hold and a stylus with a realistic pen-like grip.

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Computex 2014: From smart shirts to watches, Intel wants to give a boost to wearables

The chipmaker has established a new division to explore this “tremendous market opportunity”

One of the venues of the Computex 2014 at Taipei. Shot with a Samsung Galaxy S5 (Source: Express photo by Nandagopal Rajan)

Computex 2014: The best of what we saw

There are a lot of new gadgets headed your way if the launches at Computex are any cue

Read more: ASUS, Computex 2014, Intel
Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s PC client group, shows the Llama Mountain reference design at Computex 2014 in Taipei. (Source: Express photo by Nandagopal Rajan)

Computex 2014: Everything you need to know about Intel Core M processor

Intel says it is taking core level performance into a fanless envelope, something we have never done before

Intel showcases Llama Mountain reference design to usher in thinner 2-in-1s

Intel will now show us what it has been up to this year. Kirk Skaugen says tower form factor is declining, but 2-in-1s are becoming popular. There are 700 million PC gamers globally, and 25 billion revenue is expected from the segment in 2015.

Read more: ASUS, Dell, Intel, Lenovo

Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe to pay $325 mn to settle hiring lawsuit

Filed in 2011, the lawsuit accused Silicon Valley companies of conspiring to limit competition and keep wages down for engineers and other technical staff.

Read more: Adobe, Apple, Google, Intel

Delhi students win first award at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

9 Indian students were awarded at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world’s largest high school science research competition.