Exorcising Spectre needs a new angle
Published in PC Hardware


CPUs need to be overhauled not software fixes

Google researchers have warned that it will be challenging to avoid Spectre bugs unless CPUs are dramatically overhauled.

Intel sinks the wreck of the Itanic
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Itanium rusts away by 2021

Chipzill has finally given up on its Itanium 9700-series codenamed Kittson processors.

TSMC thrashes Intel on semi tech
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Chipzilla goes into meditation mode

Our earlier story from Future Horizon's conference this week went into great and intensive depth about the overall state of the semiconductor market.

Chip industry will weather the economic storm
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But things not too bright for 2019

Malcolm Penn, CEO of British analyst firm Future Horizons, has at least three admirable traits.

Fudzilla predicted Intel’s next CEO in Oct 2018
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Bob Swan it is

Intel has just announced that Robert (Bob) Swan, its current interim CEO, is the new CEO of the company. After a rather long search that's lastest since the departure of Brian Krzanich, the board has approved  Swan as the permanent CEO position.

Intel worked on foldable display
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You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em

Chipzilla is working on its own foldable display technology and was awarded a patent in June 2017, according to LetsgoDigital.

Intel wants to spend  $5.5-$6 billion to buy Israel’s Mellanox
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Paying a lot more than the value

Chipzilla has bid $5.5-$6 billion in cash and stock to buy Israel’s Mellanox Technologies.

Intel still losing money on Apple modem
Published in Mobiles


Aicha Evans, EVP of mobile, confirmed to FTC

Intel is in the middle of quite a nasty fight where the Federal Trade commission in USA attacked Qualcomm for its business and licensing strategy. Aicha Evans, an EVP and general manager of mobile, who left Intel days after testimony confirmed that even in 2018, Intel's modem business unit was not profitable.

Intel confirms it's not interested in 4G
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FTC Qualcomm trial

One of the interesting twists that has appeared in the FTC investigation into Qualcomm is that it transpires that Intel had an opportunity to invest in 4G and LTE and it confirmed to the court that it decided not to do it, as part of its business strategy.

Apple exec unlikely to be Intel's next CEO
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Johny Srouji stays at Apple 

Well placed sources have confirmed that Johny Srouji from Apple is unlikely to be the new CEO of Intel. Infortunately that doesn’t actually help us to answer who will be the next leader.