A few weeks ago, Intel teased that "something big" was happening on September 2nd. Thanks to the calendar of events on the company's own Investor Relations website (and Twitter user @SteakisGood with eagle eyes to recognize), we now have confirmation that Intel is currently more aware of its 10 nm Tiger Lake CPUs of the 11th Generation, those with the expected Xe graphics.
Acer has already promised machines with the new processor. Maybe we'll learn more about OEM support.
Mark your calendar. Intel has already tagged itself (and forgot to hide it)
Another notable date on the calendar is earlier. Next week, on August 13th, Intel is holding an event entitled "Updates from our chief architect Raja Koduri". We suspect the company will provide more details on its first discrete GPU, the DG1, which it announced at CES 2020. Intel didn't have much to tell at CES when we could expect the DG1 to arrive in devices, but apparently this could happen very soon.