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Windows 10 On A Tear: Dell XPS 15 (2016) Blazes Ahead With Latest Intel Quad-Core (Mini-Review)

37 minutes agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Dell XPS 15 (2016): For a quad Core i7-based powerhouse, it's thin and has decent battery life. Put Intel's latest quad-core siliconin a thin package with an 8-million pixel display and you're on the cutting edge of laptop design -- which, by the way, is a nice place to be. What follows [...]


The ASUS MAXIMUS VIII RANGER is a mainstream socket LGA1151 motherboard based on the Intel Z170 chipset, with a high-end audio interface. Let's take a look at it. The post ASUS MAXIMUS VIII RANGER Motherboard appeared first on Hardware Secrets.

Evleaks: One M10 Release Set for Week of May 9, HTC “Watch” Late March

14 hours agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

According to Evan Blass, aka evleaks, HTC’s upcoming One M10 flagship device is scheduled to launch in the US the week of May 9. This is the first solid date that we have heard regarding the One M10, with the only other intel suggesting that...Show More Summary

Origin PC EON17-SLX Gaming Laptop First Look

The Origin PC EON17-SLX features a desktop-class Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics module and Intel Core i7-6700K host processor. Let's see what it can do!

Lady Gaga and Intel to Honor David Bowie at the 2016 Grammys

An experimental performance unveils the "wizard behind the curtain" in tribute

Why aren't more manufacturers using Intel in their Android phones?

Is Intel ready to take on Qualcomm for mobile processor dominance? Two years ago, seeing the Intel Inside branding on a smartphone would have made a lot of people laugh. Qualcomm owned the mobile world, and Intel wasn't ready to compete. Show More Summary

Inside Intel’s phenomenal effort to end its use of conflict minerals

Even without government support, Intel could be a proving ground for the solution to one of the most pressing issues in technology, business, and war.

Is Intel Fighting To Keep Oregon Hooked On Coal?

This is a guest post by Nick Abraham, originally published on Oil Check Northwest   As you are reading this, a crucial compromise is making its way through the Oregon legislature: the state could finally transition completely off coal power and double its renewable energy portfolio. Currently, Oregon still gets about 30% of its electricity from coal. Show More Summary

Cafeteria workers at Intel rally over low wages

Close to 100 Intel cafeteria workers held a rally outside of Intel’s headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif.        

These Are The CPUs AMD Suggests For Building VR Ready PCs -- Including 2 Unreleased Parts

We know the recommended Intel CPU for Oculus Ready PCs, but what about AMD? Here are suggestions directly from the Red Team.

National Intel Director Clapper: Get Ready For ISIS Attacks On The U.S.

When James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, testified before Congress yesterday his assessment of America’s national security situation was so dire that he admitted he was bringing a “litany

Microsoft, Intel: Pac Crest Sees Biggest-Ever Quarterly Notebook PC Drop

Pacific Crest’s Brent Bracelin, Michael McConnell, and Brendan Barnicle today warns of a “significant” decline in the outlook for the notebook computer market, enough to reduce the financial outlook for Intel (INTC), Microsoft (MSFT),...Show More Summary

Spotlighting The Next Level Of Threat Intel With Digital Shadows

Even a casual perusing of the headlines informs us that cybersecurity is increasing as warfare and crime continue to shift into the digital arena. Earlier this week it was reported that the Internal Revenue Service identified a hacking effort that targeted e-file PINs for 464,000 Social Security Numbers, of which [...]

It's Official: Moore's Law Is Nearing Its End

The 51-year-old computing principle is now butting heads with the realities of physics and economics. In 1965 Gordon Moore, who would go on to co-found Intel, wrote a paper in which he described what has become known as "Moore's law."...Show More Summary

Intel Stops You Overclocking CPUs, Google Ditches Flash Ads… [Tech News Digest]

Intel prevents you from overclocking its CPUs, Google bans Flash ads completely, Microsoft reveals Windows 10 changes, Google protects your emails, and Space Invaders is even more fun in real life. Intel Closes Overclocking Loophole Intel is closing the loophole that allows people to overclock non-K Skylake CPUs. Show More Summary

Intel moves to shut down locked Skylake CPU overclocking

Since late December, it's been possible to overclock Intel's previously locked Skylake processors - and as we revealed in our review of the Core i5 6500, this allows for some pretty explosive performance increases in gaming. Now it seems...Show More Summary

Intel to shut down renegade Skylake overclocking with microcode update

Skylake's design opened the door to easier overclocking; Intel is closing it back up.

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