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Intel officially announces 12th gen Core Alder Lake CPUs
Published in PC Hardware


Six SKUs, launching on November 4th

Intel has officially announced its new 12th gen Core CPUs, codenamed Alder Lake, which will officially launch on November 4th. Intel will have a total of six SKUs ready on launch day, including the Core i9-12900, Core i7-12700, and Core i5-12600, all coming in K and KF versions.

Even Intel can beat Apple's M1 Max
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 26 October 2021 13:10

Even Intel can beat Apple's M1 Max


Apple’s new chip is not going to be the top of the heap

While we have been saying that Apple M1 SoC Max has been hyped beyond all reason, it appears that even the Tame Apple Press is being forced to admit that it is getting its clock cleaned by Intel's 12th-generation Alder Lake mobile processors.

Intel open sources bug checker
Published in AI
Monday, 25 October 2021 14:48

Intel open sources bug checker


AI based

Intel has open-sourced ControlFlag , a tool that uses machine learning to detect problems in computer code -- ideally to reduce the time required to debug apps and software.

Intel reports its Q3 2021 earnings
Published in News
Friday, 22 October 2021 15:17

Intel reports its Q3 2021 earnings


$19.2 billion revenues

Intel announced its third-quarter of 2021 financial earnings, reporting a revenue of $19.2 billion, an increase in gross margin and a slight drop in the client computing group which was somewhat recuperated by an increase in data center and other business segments.

Intel CEO expects shortages until 2023
Published in PC Hardware
Friday, 22 October 2021 15:06

Intel CEO expects shortages until 2023


Hits Nvidia, Intel, AMD, car manufactures

Back in late 202, Nvidia told us that shortages should be the thing of the past at some point in Q1 2021. In early 2021, Nvidia and its CEO adjusted the statement, telling the world that shortages are expected throughout most of 2021.

Intel’s problems were caused by a lack of engineers
Published in News


Gelsinger says that there were too many suits

Intel's recent manufacturing problems were due to the fact that too many suits and not enough engineers got to the top, according to Intel CEO Kicking Pat Gelsinger.

Intel says it can make better chips than Apple
Published in PC Hardware


Will win the company back

The Tame Apple Press is furious with Intel’s Kicking Pat Gelsinger after he dared to point out that Intel could make better chips than the fruity cargo cult.

Intel moves into high RISC
Published in News
Friday, 08 October 2021 12:59

Intel moves into high RISC


Developed a soft IP microcontroller core

Intel has developed a soft IP microcontroller core for its FPGAs using the RISV-V instruction set

Intel releases Loihi to boffins
Published in PC Hardware
Friday, 01 October 2021 12:52

Intel releases Loihi to boffins


Neuromorphic brain-based computer and that is the long and tall of it

Intel released the newest iteration of its neuromorphic hardware, called Loihi which means “long” or “tall” in Hawaiian.

be quiet! will be ready! for Intel LGA1700 socket!
Published in PC Hardware


Free upgrade kit for a bunch of its coolers

be quiet! has announced that its CPU coolers will be compatible with the upcoming Intel LGA1700 socket, unveiling the list of its CPU coolers that will be eligible for a free upgrade kit.