Intel releases Skylake schedule
Published in Processors


Nearly there

Chipzilla has finalised its launch schedules for Skylake according to a Chinese website.

Intel wants data containers alone again
Published in Network


Naturally

Chipzilla is coming with a new method for container security to let CPUs share their resources among virtual machines while also walling off VMs from one another.

Daft Aussies want to ban teaching encryption
Published in News


Throw another dumb law on the barbie

Australia want to ban the teaching of encryption so that it can save the nation from all the spying that is going on.

Huawei sees future for LiteOS
Published in Wearables


The OS which would be king

Chinese firm Huawei predicted that within 10 years there will be 100 billion connected devices and its ultra-lightweight operating system to be at the heart of the infrastructure.

Gigabyte shows off dual socket workstation motherboard
Published in Motherboards


MW70-3S0 is based on the Intel C612 chipset

Gigabyte has been showing off its MW70-3S0, its latest dual socket workstation motherboard based on the Intel C612 chipset.

GloFlo had a 20nm node working
Published in Processors


So why did AMD pull Skybridge?

Yesterday we wrote an article about how GloFlo might have had a hand in cancelling AMD's  Skybridge project.  

Chrome eats your Resources
Published in News

 
RAM to the slaugher

For years people have been moaning that Firefox keeps taking their RAM and refusing to give it back, well now it appears that Chrome suffers from a similar problem.

Imagination claims new approach to security
Published in News

 

Omnishield is not CPU centric

Imagination claims to have come up with a different sort of security system which it says is not CPU centric.

AMD talks up High Bandwidth Memory
Published in News


Thanks for the Memory

AMD's next-generation Radeon 300-series graphics cards are supposed to feature a High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) interface which there has been very little written about.

Apple TV was a myth which mythed all its targets
Published in News


Hail hydra 

When anyone says that Apple has run out of ideas, someone in the Tame Apple Press starts to talk about Jobs' Mob's television plans and how they are going to "game change" the entertainment business.