Intel CEO Paul Otellini Will Retire This May After 40 Year Tenure

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. » 11/19/12 9:14am 11/19/12 9:14am

Intel Would've Sided With Google Instead of Microsoft, Had it Been in…

It's been hard not to feel sorry for Intel after Nokia sold out to Microsoft last week, ditching its MeeGo OS collaboration with Intel for Windows Phone 7. Intel finally went public with its hurt, with CEO Paul Otellini claiming Nokia made the wrong decision. Well, he would say that, wouldn't he. » 2/18/11 3:50am 2/18/11 3:50am

Does Intel Really Want to Run Windows 8 on Smartphones?

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. » 1/19/11 10:20am 1/19/11 10:20am

Paul Otellini CES Keynote: Chips Ahoy!

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. » 1/07/10 7:34pm 1/07/10 7:34pm