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IBM details next-gen POWER 9, will take the fight to Intel’s data center strongholds

35 minutes agoTechnology / Hardware : Extremetech

IBM has revealed details of its upcoming Power 9 architecture -- a chip it hopes will let it take the fight back to Intel and contest Chipzilla's ownership of the data center market.

Twitter Bot Will Warn You If You Are A Troll

An online tool developed out of Intel's Hack Harassment movement helps filter out or notify cyber bullies

Gigabyte Z170X-Ultra Gaming Motherboard

We review the Gigabyte Z170X-Ultra Gaming, a mainstream socket LGA1151 motherboard based on the Intel Z170 chipset, supporting DDR4 memory modules and LED light. The post Gigabyte Z170X-Ultra Gaming Motherboard appeared first on Hardware Secrets.

McAfee VirusScan comes pre-installed on the Samsung Z2

Samsung launched its new Tizen-powered smartphone just yesterday. To assure Samsung Z2 owners of security, Samsung has pre-installed McAfee VirusScan from Intel on the device. Tizen already has many security features at the operating...Show More Summary

?Intel’s Skull Canyon Pushes the Limits of Processor Based Graphics

“Integrated graphics” are two words that don’t typically elicit much excitement in conversations with gaming enthusiasts, but the Skull Canyon Intel® NUC for Game Developers may play a key role in changing the idea that a dedicated GPU is necessary for a proper gaming experience.

BigLaw Partner Confused for Ryan Lochte's Attorney

Jeffrey Ostrow, a partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, has some pretty big name clients. Intel comes to him for legal advice, as do Marvell, Spotify, and Cisco. But as the chair of Simpson's IP practice, his work doesn't usually get him invited onto the evening news. So imagine......

IBM, AMD Plan Assault on Intel's Chip Dominance

Few companies enjoy the kind of dominance Intel does in chips for the computers found in data centers. But competitors keep trying to pry open its server stronghold, with IBM the latest to brandish a new tool.

‘Wildfire’ Ransomware Extinguished by Tool From NoMoreRansom; Unlock Files for Free

Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab, partners in the project NoMoreRansom, are pleased to announce today the availability of a decryption tool for victims of the Wildfire variant of ransomware. This tool is available following successful collaboration with the Dutch police and the European Cybercrime Centre. Show More Summary

Intel blasts back at Nvidia, saying Xeon dominates 97% of A.I. servers

The tech world would be boring without a war of words. Graphics chip maker Nvidia has said often that it has made big inroads into data centers with its GP-GPU computing initiatives, using graphics chips to process artificial intelligence applications such as deep learning neural networks. But Jason Waxman, corporate vice president and general manager […]

Kaby Lake has Officially been Shipped!

I know everyone is waiting for the new Surface Pro 5 and the Book 5 release. Couple months ago we were unsure of Microsoft releasing the devices this year and most likely released Q1 of 2017. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has officially announced...Show More Summary

ET deals: Intel NUC quad-core mini PC for $584

Need a powerful PC that can handle just about anything without taking up much valuable real estate on your desk? Check out the NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK mini PC from Intel. With a quad-core Skylake processor, integrated graphics robust enough to handle some 3D games, and a surprising amount of room for expansion, this compact computer is a solid value.

Unpacking AMD's Zen Benchmark: Is Zen actually 2% Faster than Broadwell?

At a satellite event to Intel's Developer Conference last week, AMD held an evening soiree with invited analysts and press to talk about their new upcoming Zen microarchitecture. This was intended to be a preview of tomorrow's Hot Chips...Show More Summary

G.Skill Shows Off Trident Z 8x8 GB and 8x16 DDR4-3333 Memory Kits

When Intel launched its new Core i7 Broadwell-E processors for high-end desktops earlier this year, all leading makers of motherboards released their new breed of Intel X99-based products that were supposedly 'optimized' for the new CPUs. Show More Summary

Supermicro Releases Intel Xeon Phi x200 (KNL) Systems: Servers and a Developer Mid-Tower

Supermicro has released two systems featuring Intel’s many-core Xeon Phi x200 processors: a workstation and an ultra-dense server. The platforms support up to 384 GB of DDR4 memory and are based on the good-old Intel C612 PCH. Due to...Show More Summary

Intel Hates Cables, VR Edition: A Wireless VR Demo

A group within Intel is working on leveraging WiGig to solve everyone's tethered VR HMD woes.

Want to Work From Home? Here Are Tips from 5 Top Companies

Have you ever wondered what giants like Intel and Google do about telecommuting? Yahoo killed telecommuting and now look at them–sad and sold. Not even the facts will convince me that the banning of telecommuting was 100 percent responsible for this. (Just joking, people! I’m sure it contributed to the problem, but it wasn’t the […]

Where the early stage AR/VR VCs are putting their money

It seems that we can’t get enough intel on the venture capitalists who are investing in augmented reality and virtual reality. And there are plenty of panels where VCs talk about investing in AR and VR, which could be a $120 billion industry by 2020, according to Digi-Capital. The most recent panel I viewed included […]

Intel Lights Up Silicon, Shipping Silicon Photonics Transceivers

Intel announced at IDF that it is now in volume production of its silicon photonics products, which blend a normal integrated circuit with semiconductor lasers to transport data at 100G speeds with existing Ethernet, InfiniBand and Omni-Path protocols.

Intel Unveils Immersive VR Gear And It’s Sleek

Intel has once again proved that it’s an active participant in the technology race. While companies like Apple, Google, Samsung and Facebook are curled up in their secret labs working on virtual and mixed reality platforms, Intel has come out in the open to showcase a sleek VR gear which will offer users a rich,... Show More Summary

Remember the Intel-backed teen with a braille printer? Here's his latest

SILICON VALLEY — Shubham Banerjee was perhaps the youngest inventor to get venture funding when Intel Capital invested two years ago in an inexpensive braille printer he originally made out of Legos as a 12-year-old. The Santa ClaraShow More Summary

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