Intel Study Predicts What Technology Will Look Like in 50 Years

Intel recently released the Intel Next 50 Study which surveyed people on what they think technology will look like in the next 50 years. David Shaw, in Developer Relations at Intel explains.

Intel to Make Chip With Built-In Spectre & Meltdown Malware Protection

In January of this year, the revelation of memory-related vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown rocked the entire computing world—everyone had been sitting on top of a potential landmine for decades that hackers could have taken advantage of. After the…

Intel Releases Xeon D-2100 Processor for Edge Computing

As technologies like automation, linked sensors, self-driving cars, and the Internet of Things (IoT) become more mainstream, new chip designs are needed. Intel is looking to answer those demands with the Xeon D-2100 processor. This new System-on-Chip (SoC) processor is…

Intel is Now Warning Customers NOT to Use its Spectre Patch Due to Flaws

If your PC is running on an Intel processor, it’s best not to run those Intel patches designed to address the Spectre vulnerability just yet. Apparently, Intel’s bug-fixing patch has a bug itself causing unwanted reboots. Intel tells customers to…

Data is the Foundation of Innovation

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich told his Keynote audience at CES that data has now become the foundation of innovation. Data started as a static tool used by companies to see trends and process information, but it has now reached the…

Intel Steps Into AI, Debuts Nervana Neural Network Processor

Intel might not have taken to AI immediately but the company is now scrambling to catch up. In a bid to assert its dominance, the Silicon Valley stalwart recently unveiled the Intel Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP). These range of…

Microsoft Launches Latest Surface Pro With 13-Hour Battery Life

Microsoft unveiled the new Surface Pro during a recent event in Shanghai, touting faster performance for the gadget on the strength of its seventh-generation Intel Core processor. These processors, dubbed Kaby Lake, are supposed to be 35% faster than the…

Microfluidic Cooling May Keep Moore’s Law Intact

Michael Kassner, a freelance writer, wrote a very interesting article published at TechRepublic on how microfluidic cooling might be the answer to preventing Moore’s Law from petering out. Moore’s Law is the observation made in 1965 by Gordon Moore, co-founder…

Microsoft And Others Work on IoT Standards For Companies And Developers

Tech heavyweights including Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, Qualcomm, Cisco, ARRIS, Electrolux, CableLabs, and GE Digital announced the formation of the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) aimed at helping to unify Internet of Things (IoT) standards so businesses and developers can create IoT…

Could Google Glass Find Success After All?

While Google Glass hasn’t even had a proper consumer launch yet, many have already written of its impending demise. People seem to have already lost interest in a product that you still have to be part of the Explorer Program…