It's no secret that car companies routinely buy (and tear apart) each other's vehicles on a regular basis, either to gain intel or just for the sick pleasure of wanton destruction. So if Apple has two brand-new Model Xs sitting outside...Show More Summary
Patriot this week unveiled two new DDR4 kits rated to run at DDR4-3733. The dual-channel kits are designed for Intel’s latest platforms and belong to Patriot’s Viper Elite and Viper 4 families. The new DDR4-3733 memory modules will be...Show More Summary
GE Digital, the division of GE in charge of the company’s digital capabilities including software and analytics, has announced the upcoming availability of the first Predix Industrial IoT Developer Tool Kit which will run on Intel Edison.
Shares of Intel (INTC) are up 10 cents at $34.88 as the Street ponders implications for the chip business of the strong results from Alphabet (GOOGL) and Amazon.com (AMZN) last night, two of the larger builders of cloud computing infrastructure, along with many, many server chips from Intel. Chiming in this morning is Ian Ing of MKM Partners, […]
Intel Security Mobile Research recently found an active phishing campaign targeting iOS users via SMS messages. The message tells users that their Apple accounts have been temporarily locked to trick them into accessing a phishing site and steal the real Apple credentials. Show More Summary
In the mixed up world of 2016, it's a little reassuring, if not terribly exciting, to have earnings as usual. Which is what we've seen so far this month in tech. Twitter faces another setback. Intel's stock slumps on so-so numbers. Microsoft notches up as it erodes skepticism about its cloud business. Show More Summary
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said today he's "not ready" yet to say Russia was behind the DNC hack.
Reportedly Hillary Clinton will declare tonight in her acceptance speech that November's vote will be a "moment of reckoning." One imagines she's not referring to a situation where voters are faced with two major party candidates that...Show More Summary
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf, left, and CFO George Davis, right, visiting Barron’s offices. Qualcomm (QCOM) chief executive Steve Mollekopf was in town this week, along with chief financial officer George Davis, and was kind enough to stop by Barron’s offices after several meetings with investors following last week’s Q3 report. In addition to saying hi to […]
Want to find PokeStop or Gym locations without actually traveling to those locations? Use the Ingress Intel Map.
Despite efforts by the UK, there are likely to be more "lone wolf" terrorist attacks throughout Europe because of a lack of coordination of intelligence within and between EU states, Sputnik has been told.
Akyumen has announced a brand new phablet, the 7-inch Holofone. The massive device is powered by Intel's Cherry Trail processor, runs Windows 10 Mobile, and comes with a built-in projector. ...
Mobileye's new best friends are BMW and Intel, and Elon says he's not worried Automotive motion-sensor outfit Mobileye has announced that it's broken up with 'leccy car-maker Tesla.…
Cicilline says Trump's "call for hostile foreign action" goes beyond partisan politics and "represents a threat to the republic itself." Since 1952, Democratic and Republican presidential candidates have traditionally received intelligence briefings after securing their party's nomination.
Malcolm Nance, former U.S. intelligence officer, expresses his shock at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's invitation to Russia to hack former...
Way back in 1971, the year the first CPU (Intel’s 4004) was born, another milestone in man’s tool-making skills was unveiled: the white panel van with a big-ass engine stuck in the middle. Ladies, and gentlemen, meet the Supervan. Read more...
Yesterday we talked about Apple earnings that were coming after the market close. Given the better-than-expected earnings that have been reported by other tech bellwethers like Microsoft, Intel and QualComm, we thought the stage was set for a nice positive surprise out of Apple, perhaps the most important stock in [...]
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is so alarmed by Donald Trump's lack of knowledge and how dangerous he is, he wants intel agencies to avoid briefing him on anything relevant.
Intel's Core 2 Duo turns 10 today. Somebody grab the candles.
PHILADELPHIA - Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is advising intelligence officials that if they end up giving GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump classified briefings during the campaign, they should just fake it and make...Show More Summary