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Oakland Mayor Warns City Of Upcoming Immigration Raids After Receiving Intel

Mayor Libby Schaaf said "credible sources" told her ICE agents were planning operations in the Bay Area.

MWC 2018: Intel Press Event Live Blog (10:45am UTC, 5:45am ET)

12 minutes agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Today is press event day at Mobile World Congress, and technically the show hasn't even started yet! We're sitting at Intel, patiently waiting for news about how 5G is shaping Intel's strategy in 2019.

Two Intel Teams Have Developed Silicon Based Quantum Computing Chips

There’s another quantum computer to keep track of in this Wild West era of quantum computing research we’re in. And it uses some parts you might already be familiar with. Researchers from two teams now working with Intel have reported advances in a new quantum computing architecture, called spin qubits, in a pair of papers out today. Show More Summary

Democrats' FISA memo released by House Intel Committee

4 hours agoNews : The Cutline

Democrats' response to the Republicans' memo regarding possible FISA abuses is released with redactions; Catherine Herridge discusses initial takeaways from the document.

Rice 'Justifiably Concerned' Sharing Intel with Trump Administration

A lawyer for President Barack Obama's national security adviser, Susan Rice, told Congress late Friday that the outgoing administration was fearful of sharing classified intelligence with members of the incoming Trump team, especially Rice's successor, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn.

Developing: Democrat House Intel Counter-Memo ‘Likely’ To Be Released Today

In response to the Nunes memo, House Intelligence Committee Democrats are ‘likely,’ to release a ‘declassified’ version of their counter-memo on Saturday, reports Byron York of the Washington Examiner.  Hearing the declassified Democratic House Intel memo will likely be released today. Show More Summary

BREAKING: House Intel Democrats Release Nunes Counter-Memo

On Saturday, Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee released their rebuttal to the Nunes memo. The counter-memo claims “FBI and DOJ officials did not ‘abuse’ the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) process, omit material information, or subvert this vital tool to spy on the Trump campaign.” Below are the memo’s key findings. Show More Summary

House Intel Democrats Release GOP Counter-Memo

Following President Trump's block (due to sources and methods needing to be redacted), and Rep Adam Schiff's admission that the Democratic Party memo (rebuttal of the GOP memo) also needed to be redacted further, House Intelligence Committee...Show More Summary

The Dell XPS 13 9370 Is Perfect Alternative To Microsoft Surface Book 2 [Opinion]

A couple weeks back, this author reviewed the dark gray version of the Dell XPS 13 – the one with with an 8th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 4K screen, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD — for the Inquisitr. At the time, it was $1699. The device...Show More Summary

Corporations Or People

That’s how we got into this mess. Reagan legitimized greed and for forty years America has been beholden to the almighty dollar. If someone is rich, they’re beyond reproach. They’re job creators, they’re more worldly and more intelligent and if you knew your place you would get on the endless treadmill and start running… In […]

Russian mercenary boss spoke with Kremlin before attacking US forces in Syria, intel claims

A businessman known as “Putin's chef” spoke with top officials in Damascus and Moscow before Russian mercenaries he is believed to control launched a disastrous attack on US and Kurdish forces in Syria, according to US intelligence...Show More Summary

How Does AMD’s New Ryzen 5 2400G Fare Against Intel in GPGPU Compute?

The Ryzen 2400G has no equal in its price range when it comes to integrated graphics performance, but how will the CPU respond to GPGPU compute loads against Intel? The post How Does AMD’s New Ryzen 5 2400G Fare Against Intel in GPGPU Compute? appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Intel, AMD, Google Respond To US Government Meltdown/Spectre Inquiry

In a response to a U.S. government inquiry on the Meltdown/Spectre incident, Intel and other companies agreed that embargoing the disclosure of the vulnerabilities was the correct choice.

Korea’s French-Asian Powerhouse Paris Baguette ‘Might’ Come to Seattle

Plus an update to the 38 essential restaurants in Vancouver, Redhook’s Woodinville equipment is up for auction, and more Welcome back to Eater News, a semi-regular round-up of mini news bites. Have info to share? Email intel to Starting March 9, everything must go from Woodinville’s former Redhook Brewery. Show More Summary

Here’s The Foreign Country That’s Rigging Our Markets (It’s Not Russia)

Today, I bring you a juicy piece of foreign intel from my weekly analysis at The Wall Street Examiner Pro Trader.  While this is intriguing information, it's not dangerous. Yet. But once the chart I'm about to show you drops below 440,...Show More Summary

Congress Investigating Whether Obama Admin Used Phony Dossier For IC Joint Analysis Russia Report

Chairman Nunes is looking into whether the Obama administration’s joint Intel analysis report claiming “Vladimir Putin ordered” Hillary Clinton’s campaign emails hacked and leaked “to help Trump’s chances of victory” relied on Hillary’s phony dossier, Paul Sperry of the New York Post reports. Show More Summary

Intel pops after reports it was late to alert the US government to chip flaws (INTC)

Shares of Intel jumped 3.45% on Friday after reports that the chipmaker did not report the Meltdown and Spectre chip security flaws to the US government. US cyber security officials have voiced concerns over not being alerted earlier...Show More Summary

Intel Didn’t Disclose Spectre, Meltdown to US Government Until News Went Public

Intel has now acknowledged it decided not to inform the US government about Meltdown or Spectre, opting instead to let the news go public. It had no such qualms about warning other customers. The post Intel Didn’t Disclose Spectre, Meltdown to US Government Until News Went Public appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Intel Pentium Gold and Silver Explained

Intel’s CPU naming conventions are certainly colorful. With names like Ivy Bridge, Skylake, and even Whiskey Lake, which sounds amazing, Intel’s Pentium Gold and Silver seem kind of tame. So what’s the story behind Intel’s new Pentium-naming convention? Pentium Gold? Intel’s Pentium Gold CPUs aren’t as special as the name makes them sound. Show More Summary

You Could Eat a ‘Gruesomely Sweet’ Severed Finger This Weekend

Or you could eat cheap hot dogs on Castle Island or macaron ice cream sandwiches in Somerville, and more news Welcome back to AM Intel, a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Mmmm, Severed Finger North Shore pop-up Speakeasy Donuts is at it again, creating spookily decorated, over-the-top treats. Show More Summary

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