At this point, there aren't that many people who've worked at Intel as long as CEO Paul Otellini has. But after 40 years at the 45-year old chip maker—the last eight of them as CEO—he's hanging up his stirrups this May. His timing couldn't be better.
Microsoft's not even shown off Windows 8 yet, but already Intel's talking about the potential of using the OS' PC processors in smartphones—and maybe even Windows 8 itself, some people are speculating.
Intel already announced their new Core i7, i5, and i3 processors earlier today, but CEO Paul Otellini may still have a surprise or two in store for his keynote. We're here updating live, just in case.