CEO disease is catching
The CEO of Texas Instruments (TI) has resigned because he has violated the company's code of conduct rules.
Brings fixes and improvements for several games
While you might not get a high FPS on extreme resolutions, Intel's iGPUs still hold a high percentage on Steam hardware survey, so there are plenty of users playing games on it, therefore it is good to see that Intel has started to more actively update its graphics drivers and bring support and bug fixes, including the latest Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 10 version 126.96.36.19994.
Haunting which cannot be exorcised
Two security boffins have found details about the new Spectre-class vulnerabilities, – Spectre 1.1 and Spectre 1.2.
Does what Optane should have done in the first place
Enmotus, the company which was behind AMD StoreMi that shipped with X470 chipset motherboards, has now released a new version of its own FuzeDrive Software, which, to much surprise, works both with AMD and Intel chipsets, and pretty much does what Intel Optane should have done in the first place.
Vice President of Intel's Core and Visual Computing Group
While Intel managed to grab some key graphics guys from AMD, it appears that AMD can play that same game as Intel's VP Core and Visual Computing Group, Martin Ashton, has moved to AMD.
Update: Intel says Extreme Edition is here to stay
According to a rumor floating around, Intel could soon kill its Extreme Edition branding, leaving the Core i9-7980XE as the last CPU with such branding.
5G plans unchanged
Intel has denied reports last week that Apple has decided not to use an Intel 5G modem called “Sunny Peak” in future iPhones and managed to get the magazine to "update its story".
Intel’s first female CEO?
Ex-CEO Brian Krzanich was escorted out of Intel and this bombastic announcement made us try to find out on June 22nd who might be next in line to become Intel’s CEO. We suggested that Diane Bryant who went to Google as a COO could and she announce her departure a day ago.
Just a 100-200MHz frequency bump
Following the leak that Intel will be releasing Coffee Lake-based six- and eight-core parts as its new 9000-series 9th generation CPUs, more details have shown up online revealing a minor 100MHz to 200MHz frequency bump across the lineup.