Intel Corp. announced Monday that it is betting big on its “ultrabook” concept with its largest advertising campaign since 2003.
The suit alleges that Intel Corp., based in Santa Clara, paid billions in kickbacks to computer makers so that it could dominate the microprocessor market, and that it retaliated against manufacturers who did business with competitors.
Apple is upgrading its iMac line of desktop computers with faster processors, higher-resolution cameras and a new type of data port.
Intel Corp. has resumed shipments of a chip with a known flaw. But in order to get it, computer makers must promise not to use it in designs that trigger the serious performance problem.
Intel said Monday it found a design flaw in a recently released computer chip and will discontinue its production. While the flaw will mean lost revenue, the chip maker is raising its overall revenue outlook.