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Intel's new processors promise to relieve space & power constraints in edge computing
The processors will be supported by system software updates to protect customers from the security exploits like “Spectre” and “Meltdown.”
Former Intel president launches rival chip company
“We have an opportunity with cloud computing to take a fresh approach with products that are built to address the new software ecosystem."
Stop patching Spectre & Meltdown issues or risk reboot problems, Intel warns
Intel is warning all users to stop downloading patches for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities because they are causing system reboot issues.
Corporate users warned Intel AMT flaw has 'destructive' potential
Anyone who gains physical access to a machine could create a backdoor in less than 30 seconds and use the backdoor to remotely monitor activities.
Meltdown and Spectre fallout: patching problems persist
Malwarebytes has found that the patches are causing increases in CPU usage.
Intel continues to push towards full vehicle autonomy in 2018
Mobileye’s new fourth-generation EyeQ system-on-chip will play a crucial role in the delivery of a driverless future...
Intel CEO addresses Spectre and Meltdown bugs at CES keynote
Kraznich advised users to apply any updates from your operating system vendor and system manufacturer as soon as they become available.
Intel breaks world record with a massive drone swarm
Intel set a new Guinness World Record for most UAVs airborne simultaneously...
D-Link and McAfee team up on router with integrated endpoint protection
The D-Link AC2600 Wi-Fi router powered by McAfee and Intel’s connected home technology automatically protects all devices connected to the network.
Intel processor vulnerabilities: What you need to know about Meltdown and Spectre
Desktops, laptops, and smartphones running on vulnerable processors can be exposed to unauthorized access and information theft.
Canalys outline their big channel predictions for 2018
Steve Brazier made a total of 6 predictions, ranging from the more modest to some that are quite a bit more controversial.
Introducing Kata Containers, a new open source project backed by Intel
The Kata Containers project will initially comprise six components, including the Agent, Runtime, Proxy, Shim, Kernel and packaging of QEMU 2.9.
Computergate NZ teams with Ingram Micro & Synnex to deliver 'on-site' Intel NUC warranties
Computergate and Intel will be bringing an ‘on-site’ component to standard Intel NUC warranties. Ingram Micro and Synnex are also involved.
Keep an eye on your home and mancave with DeepLens
Amazon Web Services announced DeepLens, its first fully programmable, deep learning-enabled wireless video camera...
Autonomous driving is today's biggest game changer
Intel announced a collaboration with entertainment company Warner Bros. to develop in-cabin, immersive experiences...
Intel introduces portfolio of commercial 5G new radio modems
The portfolio includes Intel’s first family of 5G new radio (5G NR) multi-mode commercial modems, and Intel’s latest LTE modem, the Intel XMM 7660.
Insite’s new laptop may be the most versatile PC on the market
This laptop is perfect for both gamers and design professionals...
YOU'RE INVITED: get the tools for success at IEEE: GLOBECOM
One of IEEE's premier events will get you up to speed and ready to innovate.
Intel to showcase 5G network at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games
"During the games’ window, KT will deliver the first broad-scale 5G network paired with Intel 5G technologies..."
Intel posts financial growth for Q3, increases full-year outlook
The company is particularly pleased with record quarterly results from their data centre, Internet of Things (IoT) and memory businesses.
Make your PC jump to light speed with this SSD
Intel, in collaboration with Roberts Space Industries, announced a new SSD at CitizenCon...
Intel proves that autonomous vehicles are safe
The RSS model ensures self-driving cars will operate only within the framework defined as “safe”...
Intel’s AI revolution: Introducing the world's first neural network processor
Neuromorphic chips are inspired by the human brain, which will help computers make decisions based on patterns and associations.
Intel and BNZ use AI to detect money laundering
In 2016 alone, approximately 15.4 million consumers were victims of identity theft or fraud, resulting in $16 billion in losses.