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On the Web: Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft, NetApp, Qualcomm, VMware And The Linux Foundation Form New Initiative To Prevent The Next Heartbleed - TechCrunch - "Unsurprisingly, the OpenSSL project will be the first to receive fellowship funding from the initiative. Show More Summary

Microsoft, IBM, Google and Other Tech Giants Team Up to Prevent the Next ‘Heartbleed’

A consortium of the world’s largest tech companies—a list that includes Microsoft, Google, IBM, Intel, Cisco and VMWare-- have pledged support for an initiative to fix security issues in open source software.

Linux Foundation rounds up vendor posse to save OpenSSL

1 hour agoTechnology : GigaOM

In the wake of the Heartbleed mess, a who's who of tech vendors Amazon Web Services, Google, Cisco, Dell, Facebook, IBM, Intel and others -- are all aboard an effort to bolster theOpenSSL security project.

Rumor: Minor MacBook Air refresh coming as soon as next week

French site MacG is citing “reliable sources” in suggesting a minor refresh to the MacBook Air line-up next week. With Intel having updated its range of laptop CPUs, it seems likely the 11- and 13-inch machines will see a small increase in speed, from the existing 1.3GHz chip to either 1.4GHz or 1.5GHz. It’s also possible, though less likely, […]

Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft, NetApp, Qualcomm, VMware And The Linux Foundation Form New Initiative To Prevent The Next Heartbleed

2 hours agoTechnology : TechCrunch

The OpenSSL Heartbleed disaster definitely opened up many people's eyes to how underfunded and understaffed many of the open source projects the web relies on are. To prevent the next Heartbleed, Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft, NetApp,...Show More Summary

Tech giants, chastened by Heartbleed, finally agree to fund OpenSSL

IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, and others pledge millions to open source.

Rumor: Apple to update current MacBook Air models with new CPUs next week

Apple's existing designs for the 11- and 13-inch MacBook Air will allegedly see a refresh next week, likely with newer and faster Intel processors, according to a new report.

Apple Just Made Its Case to Join the Dow. Will Intel or Cisco Get the Boot?

A seven-for-one stock split will make it easy for the average to invite the tech leader into the Dow.

Here's What This Billion-Dollar Financial Advisor Has Been Buying and Selling

Douglass Winthrop has made big moves involving Linn Energy, Intel, Celgene, and Seadrill.

Clapper’s Clampdown

Jack Shafer criticizes the gag order (seen above) that James Clapper recently placed on the entire intel community: The nation’s top spy has prohibited all of his spies from talking with reporters about “intelligence-related information” unless officially authorized to speak. Show More Summary

Why Intel Is Confirming The Bullish Argument For Investors

ByBottom Up Investing: Intel Corporation (INTC) reported first quarter results that were better than I anticipated. Including the second quarter forecast, Intel is on track to deliver full-year results that are inline with my optimistic (bullish) forecast. Show More Summary

IBM unveils Power8 and OpenPower pincer attack on Intel’s x86 server monopoly

IBM has taken the wraps off the first servers that are powered by its monstrously powerful Power8 CPUs. With more than 4 billion transistors, packed into a stupidly large 650-square-millimeter die built on IBM's new 22nm SOI process, the 12-core (96-thread) Power8 CPU is one of the largest and probably the most powerful CPU ever built. Show More Summary

What's Wrong With Silicon Valley's No-Poach Rule?

The antitrust lawsuit, involving 64,613 software engineers, accuses Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel of informal collusion not to hire away each others' employees. The engineers themselves maintain that this cost them earning power up to a total of some $3 billion. Show More Summary

Recon's deal with the 'other' Motorola could see a rugged Glass rival

22 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Head-mounted computing specialists Recon Instruments is building quite a team to take on Google Glass. Last year, Intel offered both cash and its manufacturing and technology expertise, and now the "other" Motorola has followed suit. Motorola...

Here's Why ASUS May Be Intel's Key Smartphone Partner

While Intel doesn't have too many friends among the traditional mobile players, it does have some strong friends that are looking to cash in on the mobile phenomenon.

Upcoming GIGABYTE BRIX with GeForce GTX Inside

23 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

For the past 12-18 months, GIGABYTE’s BRIX platform has made inroads into the small form factor ecosystem with the help of Intel’s Haswell and AMD’s APUs under the hood. Ganesh recently had a look at the BRIX Pro, featuring a Crystal Well enabled Haswell processor with Iris Pro 5200 integrated graphics. Show More Summary

MSI Boasts Desktop Haswell CPU Support In Tiny ProBox23 PC

With a volume of just 2.3 litres and a weight of 2.5 pounds, MSI's latest barebones system nonetheless offers support for the latest LGA 1150-socket Intel processors, including quad-cores. There's also space inside for up to three storage drives, among other useful things.

Pounding the Table for INTC...Not

A lot of people are pounding the table for Intel (INTC). I have no idea. What does the chart say? Across the room, nothing wrong with price, lately consolidating on the daily chart. A pair of Dojis (2 and 4 days ago) with subsequent openings mildly down...not great MACD above the zero line. Show More Summary

Intel's next Thunderbolt port can handle two 4K displays at once

There's a good reason why the Mac Pro has six Thunderbolt 2 ports: current Thunderbolt tech isn't powerful enough to drive more than one 4K display per port. Future computers shouldn't face that limitation, though. VR-Zone has leaked a presentation...

US intel chief's insane new secrecy directive forbids intel employees from "unauthorized" contact with reporters

yesterdayOdd : Boing Boing

US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has issued a Directive [PDF] that forbids most intelligence community employees from talking to journalists about “intelligence-related information” unless they have specific authorization to do so.

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