Intel’s latest annual report (PDF) shows that the company is killing off its decade-old strategy for developing new chips, reports The Motley Fool. Typically, Intel would introduce a new manufacturing process for significant increases in performance and power (a ‘tick’) in one product cycle and then launch a new chip design based on this technology in the next cycle (a ‘tock’). The company said in its form 10-K filing: We expect to lengthen the amount of time we will utilize our 14nm and our nextgeneration 10nm process technologies, further optimizing our products and process technologies while meeting the yearly market…

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