Over a year after the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws ravaged the PC industry, Intel has revealed a new, even more serious set of vulnerabilities.
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In the wake of Apple’s blockbuster settlement with Qualcomm, Intel has thrown in the towel on its 5G modem plans.
Intel, the supplier for the 5G modems on Apple's 2020 iPhones has reportedly missed multiple deadlines and could possibly delay the 5G iPhone.
Intel announced last night that it has hired George Davis as its new Chief Financial Officer. David had been Qualcomm’s CFO since 2013.
NVIDIA outbid microprocessor giant Intel, which was looking to use Mellanox to expand its datacenter capabilities.
The business justification for Microsoft moving past a Windows-centric strategy is clear. Which explains why Intel is copying it.
Intel’s 5G technology will be late and won’t appear in smartphones and other mobile devices until 2020.
Apple was forced to use Intel's 4G LTE chips after Qualcomm refused to sell its 4G LTE chips for the newest iPhones.
Intel this week finally showed off its coming 10nm Core and Xeon chipsets to a big audience at CES.
Intel has released its first set of hardware drivers that conform to Microsoft's Intel Universal Windows Drivers specification.
Intel's Neural Compute Stick 2 will help makers bring computer vision and AI to IoT and edge device prototypes.
Intel today announced its first 9th-generation Core processors. They are high-end parts aimed at gamers.
In an open letter, Intel claims it is seeing "surprising" growth in its PC business this year. Where surprising means modest.
With IFA underway in Berlin this week, Intel has announced the latest additions to its 8th-generation Core processors.
Intel posted better than expected quarterly earnings, but the ongoing "10-nanometer debacle" shaved almost 10 percent off the firm's stock price.
I had long figured that Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's job was in jeopardy because of the firm's inability to deliver 10nm chip technology.
Intel found a new derivative of the Spectre security flaw in its chipset. Fortunately, this one isn't as serious from a security perspective.
Intel has always had a tortured relationship with mobile computing. But its inability to make its chipsets more efficient is troubling.
Apple could be ditching Intel processors in favour of its own proprietary chips seen on the iPhone starting from 2020.
Intel's upcoming processors will come with silicon level fixes for Meltdown and Spectre with updated processor design.
More Windows systems start getting update Intel firmware and fixes for Meltdown and Spectre.
Broadcom last year launched a hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm. But now Broadcom is the potential target of a takeover too.
Microsoft is helping Intel rollout firmware updates for Meltdown and Spectre, starting with Skylake processors.
Intel is launching new 5G-connected Windows 10 PCs in partnership with Dell, Lenovo, HP, and Microsoft in 2019.
Intel is releasing fixed patches for a subset of Skylake systems as the company continues to struggle with reliably patching products affected by Meltdown and Spectre.
Over the weekend, Microsoft stepped in to correct an errant Intel security patch that was causing system reliability issues.
Security expert Steve Gibson has done it again. His InSpectre utility can check your PC to see whether it is safe.