Intel is finally bringing six-cores desktop processors to its mainstream lineup. The new 8th generation Coffee Lake CPUs will feature updated core and thread counts, launching on 8th October.
Less than a year after Intel announced its Project Alloy initiative to bring AR, MR, and VR to the mainstream, the company has wound down on its ambitious plans, citing lack of partner interest.
Sources within the supply chain have said that the third delay in the shipment timeline has some vendors thinking of skipping the processor altogether in favor of the upcoming 9th-gen Ice Lake chip.
Waymo and Intel have been working together for some time, but their collaboration is now official and the goal of a car that can continue driving after a request for human intervention is quite clear.
Microsoft has just announced Azure confidential computing, a set of tools which brings data in use encyrption to the public cloud for the first time. You can sign up for early access now.
Intel will reportedly end sales of WiGig components for Broadwell and Skylake systems, though they will still be available for Kaby Lake. The company will refocus its WiGig efforts elsewhere.
Intel and the NFL have partnered to capture stunning playback footage and 360-degree video clips of the 2017 football season while also enabling fans to view and share clips of the action.
In the latest twist in a saga spanning over a decade, Intel has won a temporary reprieve from paying a massive fine after the European Court of Justice sent the antitrust case back to be reassessed.
After decades trailing Intel in the sales department, especially in Germany in this case, AMD has made a triumphant return, outpacing the sales of its largest rival by a significant margin.
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With the price of bitcoin reaching record highs, motherboard manufacturers have begun challenging the limits of what is possible, by squeezing as many GPU slots they can onto mining motherboards.
The Surface Book is still being sold with 6th-gen Intel Core processors, so it was quite a surprise to see it appear today in an Intel video promoting its 8th-gen chips, sporting a black color scheme.
Intel has unveiled its first 8th-gen Core processors today, while further mobile and desktop parts based on the Coffee Lake and Cannonlake architectures will be released in the future.
Along with other industry leaders, Microsoft has recently announced its intention to leave Donald Trump's advisory board pertaining to the 'digital economy' set up by the Trump administration.
Following last week's acquisition of Mobileye, Intel has now announced a partnership with Fiat Chrysler, in addition to BMW, to deliver fully automated driving for production by 2021.
Intel today revealed the codename for the 9th generation of its Core series of processors, 'Ice Lake', and that the microachitecture will be based on a 10nm+ process following a die shrink.
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With a new project called the Coco Framework, Microsoft and several industry partners have come together to simplify the process of integrating blockchain technology in business applications.
Just after announcing the completion of the acquisition of Mobileye, Intel has announced its plans to build a fleet of 100 autonomous vehicles for testing in the United States, Israel, and Europe.
Intel's $15.3 billion all-cash bid for Mobileye, which develops technology for autonomous vehicles, has now completed, Mobileye will be combined with Intel's Automated Driving Group.
Intel says that it will formally unveil its new 8th-generation Core processors later this month. The company says it's seen a performance boost of over 30% compared with its 7th-gen 'Kaby Lake' CPUs.
In a marketing slide, Intel has teased a new long and skinny SSD form factor that aspires to revolutionize enterprise storage, by cramming up to one petabyte in a single 1U server.
Intel has announced the full specs of the whole Core X-series processor family, including the i9 Extreme Edition. 14- to 18-core processors will be available starting September 25.
HP says it's "reimagining the retail industry" with its new ElitePOS all-in-one, which will be available with Windows 10, 7th-gen Intel Core CPUs, robust design, and enterprise-grade security.
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Samsung has posted a surprisingly positive financial report, outperforming even its own expectations, while also being more profitable than Apple for Q2 overall, and leaping Intel in the chip market.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced the pending release of the USB 3.2 specification supporting up to two lanes of 10Gbps operation, "effectively doubling the performance across existing cables."
Qualcomm has stated that the lobbying group representing Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Intel, and other tech companies that have aligned with Apple, is misleading regulatory authorities.
According to some online benchmarks, it seems that Intel may be readying quad-core U-series processors for its next generation of chips, which is codenamed Coffee Lake, and is due later this year.
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A lobbying group representing major tech companies including Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and Facebook, has aligned itself with Apple in the company's ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm.
With everyone getting in on the SBC fun, Gigabyte has just joined the fray with this Intel-based single-board computer that ticks almost all the boxes when it comes to these enthusiast-level systems.
The war of words has begun between the two chipmakers after Intel called the AMD EPYC processor 'glued together and inconsistent'. AMD didn't take this lying down, responding in a recent presentation.
Semiconductor giant, Intel, has completely eliminated its wearables division, according to a source familiar with the matter. The company is now betting on augmented reality for the future.
Although some older PC utilizing Intel's Clover Trail line of processors won't be receiving the Creators Update, Microsoft has agreed to continue providing security updates until 2023.
Intel has quietly updated their pricing and specification sheets, and something seems to be amiss, as the more expensive processor in the range features slower clock speeds relative to the rest.
Intel announced several new CPUs last week in its 7th-gen processor lineup with additions across the board. The newcomers include several desktop Core i3 and mobile KBL-U models plus a Xeon CPU.
AMD is heating up the high-end market after it announced the official pricing and specifications of its new Threadripper platform and took the fight to Intel with extremely competitive prices.
During a presentation promoting their new line of Server processors, Intel took shots at the new line of hardware from AMD and didn't mince words when it comes to its opinion of its biggest rival.
Researchers at MIT have created a new implementation for how the CPU cache interacts with the processor and data, by replacing the archaic fixed cache found in all modern processors.