Intel, which has made slow progress to date in tablet devices, pointed on Wednesday to a pickup in 2011 with 35 design wins with manufacturers.
But the world’s biggest chipmaker continues to struggle to break into smartphones, with Paul Otellini, chief executive, telling Barclays Capital’s Global Technology Conference in San Francisco that its first would not appear until the second half of next year. Read more
OnLive, the company offering console-style gaming over the internet, is planning to use its technology and data centres to offer remote computing to consumers and businesses.
Speaking as OnLive announced iPad and Android apps for its service, Steve Perlman, chief executive and founder, said it would be breaking down boundaries in serving not just games, but distributing movies and television and allowing access to sophisticated software programmes. Read more