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Emails From Steve Jobs Show Clear Intent to Retaliate Against Those Trying To Offer Jobs to Apple Engineers

Steve Jobs

Emails from former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, published below, are at the center of a lawsuit that that connects the tech industry's most powerful executives and companies. Five tech workers are suing Apple, Google, and Intel. They say that top executives at these companies agreed to not hire each other's employees.


Intel profits and revenues fall

Intel shares fall in after-hours trading as the computer chipmaker unveils a drop in sales and profits for the last three months of 2012.


Comcast Partners With Intel to Deliver Television Anywhere In The Home

Today at CES, Intel officially announced a new partnership with Comcast that will will enable customers to view live and on-demand television content on Intel-based devices, such as tablets, ultrabooks and PCs. This experience is made possible by the Intel® Puma™ 6MG-based XG5 multi-screen video gateway.


Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it.

Intel is killing the desktop, but not quite as soon as people expect it to, there will be one last gasp, but that is irrelevant. Word is finally leaking there won’t be a desktop PC chip in a bit over a year. In a story that SemiAccurate has been following for several months, Broadwell will not come in an LGA package, so no removable CPU. The news was first publicly broken by the ever sharp PC Watch, english version here, but the news has been floating in the backchannel for a bit now. The problem? This information wasn’t floating around the OEMs or the majority of the PC ecosystem, they had no clue. What does all of this mean? Quite a bit.


Intel CEO Paul Otellini to Retire in May

Paul Otellini

Chipmaker Intel just announced that CEO Paul Otellini, who has been on the job for eight years, will be retiring in May. People are going to wonder if Intel’s board is forcing Otellini out. They’ll point to Intel’s mandatory retirement age of 65. Otellini is only 62, and his predecessor Craig Barrett retired from the CEO job at 65 or 66. But apparently there’s no hard-and-fast rule at Intel. The legendary Andy Grove, the company’s third employee, served as its CEO from 1987 until 1997, retiring closer to age 61.


Stocks rally on corporate profit reports

Stocks rallied Wednesday, with the S&P 500 touching its highest level since early May, as corporate profits from bellwethers like Intel and Honeywell defied the market's worst fears.


Analysis: Stakes high as "Wintel" puts all its chips on Windows 8


The world of Wintel - Microsoft, Intel and the Taiwan-based companies that build the computers their products power and run on - is taking a huge collective bet on Windows 8.


Intel exploring ways to help Stephen Hawking speak

Stephen Hawkings

A senior Intel Corp. executive says the American chipmaker is studying ways to help renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking overcome his slowing speech....


Intel backs off PC market outlook, shares slide

Intel Corp trimmed its forecast for 2011 personal computer unit sales, warning of softness in mature markets and sending its shares down more than 1 percent even as its revenue outlook beat estimates.


Hands On With Nokia's All-Screen Meego Phone, The N9

Hands On With Nokia's All-Screen Meego Phone, The N9

Nokia’s new all-screen N9 phone, the product of its ill-fated collaboration with Intel on the open sourced Meego operating system, is here.


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