Dark side of the hyperthreading loom
While the war is blazing between Intel and AMD fanboys over the superiority of the latest range of chips, Debian developers have spotted some rather nasty coding in Chipzilla’s latest creations.
Not Zuckerburg or Musk
Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley descended on the White House yesterday for the first meeting of the American Technology Council.
No reason why
Chipzilla has pulled the plung on its Galileo, Joule, and Edison development boards.
Skylake based Xeon
SuperMicro has lifted the wraps off its new Intel-based Omni-Path Architecture X11 8U/4U SuperBlade.
New mesh speeds access
While Intel has not got around to releasing its Xeon Scalable Processors it is starting to provide a few more details about the Skylake-SP based microarchitecture.
Things got too hot in Brazil
Chipzilla wasted a fortune trying to arrive into the smartphone chip making business too late, and not it looks like it will have to shell out a bit more to make its mess go away.
Staggering like a binge drinker on a pub crawl
Chipzilla appears to be in no hurry to release its Core i9.
Ice Lake taped out as well
Intel has officially announced that its 9th generation Core Cannon Lake CPUs, based on 10nm manufacturing process, are on track as well as that its Ice Lake architecture has taped out.
Iphones will be slower than anyone else
The Tame Apple Press has just woken up to something we have been saying for ages – the iPhone will have slower download speeds because Apple wants to punish Qualcomm for not doing what it is told.
Updated: Microsoft and Qualcomm chastened by four decades of product cycles
For nearly forty years, Intel has enjoyed a PC market dominated by its x86 intellectual property and has enjoyed near unanimous enforcement as it chooses. When competitors like Microsoft and Snapdragon begin to show plans of bringing x86 support to ARM-based silicon, however, Chipzilla shows no signs of letting down its posturing as it evaluates the broader notebook and entry-level desktop markets.