"Silvermont is a leap forward and an entirely new technology foundation for the future that will address a broad range of products and market segments," says the chip giant.
Iris will be incorporated in certain fourth-generation Intel Core chipsets, code named Haswell, and provides "up to a 2x 3D performance improvement," according to the chip giant.
Intel has named Brian Krzanich as the successor to outgoing chief executive Paul Otellini, and elected Renée James to take over Otellini's duties as president of the company.
The iFixit analysis of the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers some interesting fresh insight on the handset's capabilities, which recorded a repairability score of 8 out of 10 in the teardown.
Wolfram Alpha has released new social media statistics gleaned from its Personal Analytics for Facebook project, which first got underway back in 2012.
The headset comes in mono, or single-ear, and dual versions, works Microsoft's enterprise-class Lync instant messaging client and all other major unified communication platforms.
Apple iPhone 4 owners who participated in a class-action lawsuit over "Antennagate" are starting to receive their $15 (£10) payouts from the tech giant, according to reports.
Microsoft may be having the last laugh with its Q1 earning's report indicating that the company enjoyed a strong uptick in sales and profits for the first three months of 2013.
Microsoft is rumoured to be building a new version of Windows 8 that will have an option to boot to a traditional Windows interface that once again includes a Start button.
Facebook Home, the social network's new Android-based UI, is now available in the Google Play store for free download and will run on a wide-range of top smartphones.
Social network tracker SocialBakers found that just 17.8 million of Bieber's followers were "genuine fans" linked to real accounts, or 47 per cent of his total,.
It took decades for Tulipmania to peak and crash and years for the recent housing bubble to burst. But the week-old bull market for Bitcoins appears poised to tank at a hyper-accelerated pace.
Global PC shipments suffered their steepest year-over-year decline since IDC began tracking the PC market's quarterly performance in 1994, the research firm reported.
Vudu notified users that a break-in at its offices on 24 March compromised users' personal information and account activity, warning customers to be on the lookout for spam emails.
The second phase of the trial to determine whether Oracle was in breach of contract and potential damages, which was set to begin this week, must await a decision on Oracle's appeal.
So just how does this Facebook UI work? Is it any good? We get a hands-on to scrutinise the full functionality and feature set of the social network's latest mobile venture.
Expect a big announcement from Sony about its next-gen PlayStation 4 console this month or possibly in early May, a source familiar with the company's marketing strategy revealed this week.
Intel plans to release new Ultrabooks sporting its next-generation "Haswell" processors in time for Christmas and has again promised competitive pricing.
Zynga took a big step Thursday to reduce its dependence on Facebook by ending the requirement for logging onto its fledgling Zynga.com platform through the social network.
Speaking with the Guardian, Schmidt admitted he uses a BlackBerry because he "likes the [physical] keyboard" still used on many models as opposed to the touchscreen interface of most Android phones.
The graphics chip manufacturer said that a "modest" version of its Project Shield console, its first handheld gaming device, could hit retail outlets by June.
The developers of NailDisplay are experimenting with several use cases for the technology in addition to using the fingernail screen to blow up obscured text or numbers on a mobile device.
One of the key elements of the emerging GRID arena is the new enterprise-class platform Nvidia is developing with some of the top server makers and developers of virtualisation software in the world.
Nvidia is "just getting started" in the mobile device market but this week the graphics chip manufacturer unveiled big plans for its line of low-power Tegra processors.
Nvidia has unveiled the GRID Visual Computing Appliance (VCA), a 4U system boasting two Xeon processors and 16 Kepler-class GPUs that promises full virtual graphics performance.