Microsoft falsely accused Intel for poor Surface drivers
Published in Notebooks

But it was its own fault

Software King of the World Microsoft has been caught with its royal pants down trying to pin the blame for its own poor Surface drivers on Intel.

ISS gets its own supercomputer
Published in News

HP’s teraflop is the floppiest sent into space

The International Space Station is about to receive the most powerful computer sent into space.

Intel Core i3-8350K and Core i3-8100 detailed
Published in Processors

Intel goes quad-core with Coffee Lake Core i3

While we have already seen some details for the upcoming Core i3-8300, a couple of recent leaks show a bit more information regarding two other Coffee Lake Core i3 SKUs, the Core i3-8350K and the Core i3-8100.

Intel pulls 18 Core i9 7980X
Published in Processors

$2000 with 165W in late September

Intel has launched a new $2,000 processor that has 18 cores and 36 thread support and this is the top of the line, with the small catch that it won't ship until September 25. 

Intel warns of evil end-of-the-world tech
Published in News

Rewrite your DNA on the fly

John Sotos, the chief medical officer of Intel, has warned that the same technology that might someday allow us to defeat illness unleashes the prospect of tailored diseases attacking individuals, families or even whole races and rewriting their genomes on the fly.

Chipzilla is no longer king
Published in Processors

We now must submit to our new Samsung overlord

After 20 years of being the number chipmaker, Intel is no longer  the top monster.

Chipzilla's profits rise nine percent over last year
Published in Processors

But the money is in the datacentre

Intel reported profits nine per cent higher than last year, but most of its money came from a rush on its products ear marked for the datacentre rather than its PC bread and butter.

Arduino 101 meets its maker
Published in Motherboards


Can Intel break out of its traditional stomping grounds?

Intel has now out of the maker market after killing off its last remaining Arduino 101 board.

Intel joins in attack on Qualcomm
Published in Processors

Must obey our new Apple overlords

Intel has joined Apple in its war with Qualcomm over licencing, claiming that the chipmaker had demanded Apple abandon its modems in the iPhones.

Industry giants back Apple in Qualcomm case
Published in News

Trust me, we’re industry giants

A group that represents industry giants has sided with Apple fighting a legal case Qualcomm has made has sent the US International Trade Commission (ITC) comments that take the side of the fruity cargo cult.