Just when you thought Intel and AMD's relationship might be warming up a bit, following this week's reveal of a new Core processor with AMD graphics, comes a bombshell announcement. Intel has hired AMD's Radeon lead, Raja Koduri, to head up a new graphics division: the Core and Visual Computing Group. In particular, he's going to be focused on delivering "high-end, discrete graphics," something Intel has never attempted to tackle before. That'll put the company in direct competition with AMD and NVIDIA when it comes to dedicated GPUs. Basically, don't expect Intel's partnership with AMD to last very long.