They just laser your eyeballs
Chipzilla has created a pair of experimental smartglasses which are sensible.
Thanks to improved margins
The goodly souls at Digitimes have been interviewing their typewriters and industry sources and discovered that Intel and MediaTek should have much better results in 2018.
Lower power powered
Chipzilla is updating its NUCs with new models including the “Hades Canyon” gaming model (with AMD graphics), a “Bean Canyon” model sporting 8th-Gen Intel Coffee Lake chips, and a new entry-level set of “June Canyon” computers with low-power Celeron and Pentium chips based on the new Gemini Lake architecture.
HR is the name of the game
A missive from the number two semiconductor company in the world has demonstrated how Intel (INTC) can shuffle the PR decks, a bit like an artificial croupier in the capital of the world, Las Vegas.
Let's hope the underdog doesn't become an overdog
Long-standing Intel competitor, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), appears from its first quarter results to be gnawing at Chipzilla's ankles.
Tame Apple Press demands AMD and Intel should surrender immediately
It is all over for Intel and AMD chip market according to the Tame Press because the fruity cargo cult is going to build its own chips.
Your computer is safe from the Intel patch, it is just insecure again
Microsoft has released an emergency Windows update to disable Intel's troublesome microcode fix for the Spectre Variant 2 attack.
US spooks read about it in the tech press
Chipzilla warned specific customers, including Chinese tech firms, of the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws before notifying the US government.
On target for 2019 5G adoption
Deutsche Telekom (DT), Intel and Huawei have been working on what they have been calling the world's first 5G interoperability and development testing (IODT) based on the 3GPP R15 Standard with a commercial base station.
Cloud expert says Spectre and Meltdown requires company effort for a long time
While Intel still is unable to get a patch out to fix Spectre and Meltdown, companies need to sort out their managing application performance, a cloud expert has warned.