Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich has resigned, as he was found to have violated company policy by a previous relationship with a colleague.
Intel has now started testing a ‘spin qubit’ chip for quantum computing, that is smaller than a pencil’s eraser.
Intel has said that it had found another security vulnerability around the time the Spectre and Meltdown flaws were spotted in January. The company also said it was not aware of any cases in which the new flaw was used for hacking.
The new iBall CompBook Merit G9 features an 11.6-inch HD display (1366 x 768 pixels) and packs a 5000mAh (38Wh) battery
Intel’s new silicon-level Threat Detection Technology and Security Essentials will help the ecosystem detect new classes of threats.
As part of the larger initiative to make Macs work more like iPhones, Apple is working on a new software platform, internally dubbed Marzipan.
New inputs show that Intel notified US government officials of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities after it was publicly announced, six months after Google’s Project Zero first spotted the flaws.
Apple iPhones for 2018 will switch entirely to Intel for the baseband chips, and the company will not consider Qualcomm as a possible supplier, according to a new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo.
In an attempt to commercialise its own smart glasses, Intel might be ready to sell a majority stake in its augmented reality division, which is estimated at $350 billion
Samsung Electronic’s recent results made it the world’s largest chip manufacturer, a crown held by Intel since 1992.
Microsoft has released a security patch against the Spectre vulenerability, as it was found that Intel’s chips have a microcode that increases rebooting, and creates data corruption.
Despite the Meltdown and Spectre chip vulnerbilities hitting PCs running on its chips, Intel’s sales and forecasts showed that the flaws had little effects on sales.
Intel’s solution for the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws: Company has now asked customers to stop using these as it can lead to high number of reboots and unexpected system behaviour.
Intel has said that the security patches to the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities were causing the company’s newer chips to reboot more often than usual.
Introduced a Customer Experience Centre based on Intel technology, HP Enterprises looks to expand its Internet of Things offerings.