Intel Bets on Video Everywhere With Investment in Taiwan’s SanJet

Think GoPro but with more of a day-to-day feel.

As AllThingsD Draws to a Close, Here Are Some Staff Highlights — Part One: Kafka, Hesseldahl, Gannes

How can you miss us if we won’t go away?

Acer Names Former Chip Exec as Third CEO in Two Months

Jason Chen previously worked for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp. and Intel.

Intel Looks to Sponsorship Deals With FC Barcelona, and Now 49ers, to Boost Brand

The Niners get Intel inside.

Apple’s Mac Pro Starts Shipping Tomorrow

The tube-shaped maxed-out Mac starts at $2,999.

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Intel Buys Wireless Infrastructure Business of Mindspeed Technologies

Intel said on Monday that it is buying the wireless infrastructure unit of Mindspeed Technologies as part of its effort to use Intel chips inside all manner of wireless infrastructure. “Intel-based platforms today deliver three of four key processing workloads: application processing, control processing and packet processing,” Intel said in a blog post, adding that the Mindspeed deal will help with that last area — signal processing.

One of the Warring Wireless-Charging Factions Adopts Rezence Brand Name

The Alliance for Wireless Power, the last of the competing efforts to bring products to market, says compatible gear will be identified under the brand Rezence.

Twitter Dethrones Facebook as 2014’s Best Tech Company to Work For

Spoiler: It’s the food.

Gravity’s Amit Kapur Talks About the State of the “Interest Graph” (Video)

How can you find what you want on the Web?

Lenovo’s Bendy Yoga 2 Laptop Makes All the Right Moves

Last year’s flip-friendly Yoga felt like a PC gimmick. This time around, the Yoga 2 has gone legit.

Jury: Samsung Owes Apple Another $290 Million

Intel Acquires Ed-Tech Startup Kno

No Amazon TV Box for Christmas