Exclusive: Few others, Apple maybe
Multiple well-informed sources have informed us that there is a big uprising in Silicon Valley against the proposed Nvidia–ARM acquisition. We have spoken with people from multiple technology companies, and everyone - outside ARM and Nvidia - believes that this is bad for the industry.
Hardware, software and solutions
Chipzilla has announced shedloads of new 5G related products as it chases a $25 billion silicon opportunity by 2023.
With Nvidia GeForce MX450 GPU
HP has completely overhauled the Pavilion 14 with an 11th Gen Intel Core processor and an optional Nvidia GeForce MX450 GPU.
Intel formally announced its 11th Gen Core mobile processor family, known by the code name Tiger Lake, a few weeks ago and made some bold performance claims. Now the benchmarks are out and suggest that Intel's claims might have legs.
Pay up or we will continue to move overseas
The US chip industry has said that it will need $50 billion in federal incentives to halt a decades-long trend of manufacturing moving overseas.
Intel helps in COVID-19 research
Industry veteran Alex Zhavoronkov who left the PC industry (ATI and AMD) to start the AI longevity focused Insilico Medicine, has announced AI-powered COVIDomic to power the COVID-19 basic and clinical research.
Pentium and Celeron in laptops and desktops in 2021
What we used to call Atom will continue to be known as Pentium and Celeron in affordable laptops and small form desktop computers coming in 2021.
With Iris Xe graphics and Intel Evo Platform
Although most of the details regarding Intel's new 11th gen Core CPUs, codename Tiger Lake, has already been detailed during the Intel Architecture Day 2020, today we have details about the SKUs and their details, performance, and Intel's new Evo Platform.
Shows some features and Intel Iris Xe and Core logos
Promotional videos for Intel's upcoming 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake CPUs have gone online, showing some features as well as new logos for the CPU, Iris Xe discrete DG1 and Xe Gen 12 iGPU, and EVO Powered by Core logos.
Supposed to show American superiority
When Intel was selected for an Energy Department project it was supposed to flagship American tech independence and superiority over China. But it seems Intel’s delays have scuppered the effort.