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ZombieLoad attack affects all Intel CPUs since 2011: What to do now?

Your laptop may be powered by an Intel CPU. In this case, you must upgrade your computer immediately after a number of vulnerabilities have been discovered that allow attackers to steal data directly from your processor. The so-called ZombieLoad bug and three related security vulnerabilities have been uncovered by some of the same researchers who have focused on the critical …

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Intel points to a serious security gap with new chips

More than a year after the Meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities hit the PC industry, Intel uncovered new, more serious security holes. The new vulnerabilities are called Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) and While-the-Processor Giant, and the security researchers who discovered them have never seen exploits in the wild. However, they were able to create their own exploits as a proof-of-concept. Although …

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Intel Introduces Project Athena Open Labs Certification Program to Increase QA Standards for Intel Laptops

Intel Introduces Project Athena Open Labs and Expands Integration of Ecosystems to Optimize Laptop Components News : Intel today announced plans for the Athena Open Labs project in Taipei, Shanghai and Folsom, California to support performance and power optimization of laptops manufacturer components built to 2020 by Project Athena design specifications and goal experiences. The company is in major ecosystem …

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Apple discontinued Intel 5G leadership before committing to Qualcomm

Apple and Qualcomm may have settled their differences legally, but that does not mean they're suddenly best friends. In fact, an agreement means that some of the strategies that both parties use during the lawsuit can finally come to light. It is reported that Apple has been preparing for the demise of Qualcomm long before the dispute, but this latest …

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Intel and 3M are among the losers in this record market

Two thousand and nineteen are not even one-third more, and it's already a great year for the financial markets. Both the S & P 500 Index and the Nasdaq Composite ended the week at record highs. This is an important reason why global stock markets have gained $ 10 trillion since the turn of the year and global credit markets …

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The Intel Guidance Cut is bad news for Micron and Western Digital – The Motley Fool

PC and Server Chip Giant Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) shook investors when it released Thursday's first quarter results. While the company exceeded expectations, it reduced the outlook for the full year. Intel now expects total revenue to decline in the current year, mainly due to lower data center chip revenue. This is obviously bad news for Intel, especially when compared with …

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Intel has been in talks to sell its fashion chip business

After Apple and Qualcomm are now friends again, Intel has abandoned its 5G modem plans and considering, according to a new leak, the sale of its modem chip business. The news, which has not been confirmed yet, follows Intel's announcement that they will not continue with the introduction of a 5G cellular modem in 2020. The leak also claims that …

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Intel is trying to sell its smartphone modem business

According to WSJ Intel intends to unload its smartphone modem business as a whole. Apple is still a potential buyer, although some other companies have expressed interest and Intel is working with Goldman Sachs to facilitate the negotiations. The deal is likely to be worth billions of dollars, even though the report is still at an early stage. Qualcomm was …

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Intel stores 10nm chips and warns about persistent 14nm bottlenecks

Intel Skylake made using the 14 nm process. In its pay-as-you-go conference call, Intel warned that the chip shortage is expected to continue in the third area However, the company has announced that the 10nm manufacturing process is improving faster than expected, with more 10nm chips being sold this year can be assumed as previously. Intel's problematic migration to its …

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