New Confidential Computing Consortium will promote the use of TEEs (trusted execution environments).
The open source revolution, chugging along for two decades now, is still going strong -- and is now a huge industry, led by large, non-open-source vendors.
The high-performance card is designed to accelerate workloads like streaming analytics, media transcoding, financial technology and network security.
Under the partnership, Lenovo will optimize Intel's HPC and AI portfolio to develop systems.
Cupertino is doing what it does best, separating itself from the rest of the industry.
Brain-inspired chips are helping researchers develop technology that functions more like humans.
The agreement revolves around Intel optimizing its platforms and products for Baidu's core business areas.
Chip maker is touting the AI capabilities of its Ice Lake chips.
If you can't update to Windows 10 1903, it might be because of an outdated Intel RST driver.
Intel has also raised its yearly outlook based on better-than-expected second-quarter results.
The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019, as long as regulators agree.
The deal reportedly sets a valuation of over $1 billion for the unit.
Intel's revelation that it won't have 7-nanometer processors ready until 2021 should be a wakeup call for Apple.
As part of a multi-year partnership, Intel will optimize platforms like the Xeon Scalable processor and Optane DC persistent memory for SAP’s enterprise applications, including SAP S/4HANA.
Chip executives gathered in San Francisco to discuss what to do about the explosion in demand for deep learning forms of A.I. that is pushing at the limits of today’s chips. Possibilities include analog computing, optical circuits, and computing in memory, but it’s not clear if any of that will head off a potential warehouse-scale-computing bottleneck.
Intel is teaming with football helmet maker Riddell and researchers to produce technology that will make football a safer sport. Plus, a look at football helmets of the past.
Intel and its partners showed off laptops, tablets and other gadgets based on the chipmaker's technology at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
Shots from the Computer Clubhouse Teen Summit last week.
From Intel's first microprocessor to XScale chips, photos from the Intel Museum in Santa Clara showcase many of the company's biggest achievements.
Intel has brought together six years of silicon photonics research into two chips, combining ultra-fast optics with silicon production techniques in the hopes of making very fast networking very cheap.
Intel has announced a new Many Integrated Core architecture for massively parallel processors.
Intel demos new Atom chip with "Pine Trail" mobile dual-core and "Oak Trail" processors optimized for tablets and netbooks.
Intel announced a new line of ultra-low-voltage chips that will be primarily for 12-inch to 13-inch ultra-thin laptops
Intel shows off its vision of the future of retailing with a holographic, augmented reality digital touchscreen display.
Intel launched its latest server chips designed for next generation data centers and is pitching a five month return on investment for customers using single core servers.
Intel upgrades a new Atom chip for netbooks that will integrate graphics with the CPU for the first time.
Intel's new Reader converts printed text to digital text, then reads it aloud to the user.
CEO Paul Otellini kicks off the Intel Developer Forum by showing off Intel's future - a 22nm process that will keep Moore's Law alive.
Over the past few days I've been taking Intel's Moblin 2.0 Linux desktop for netbooks for a spin. Can Intel compete with its long-time partner Microsoft in the operating system game?
Intel announced a new Atom chip and Moblin Beta 2.0 in its efforts to grab market share before netbooks reach their prime.
Microsoft unblocks the Windows 10 October 2018 Update for one group, but several other blocks remain in place.
Ahead of the holidays, Apple makes its case for the iPad Pro to be your next computer, even though it's not one. Read more: https://zd.net/2QZmC2P
The Contributor Covenant aims to address the skew towards white male contributors in open-source projects. Read more: https://zd.net/2D3yD3d
Back up files before upgrading to Windows 10 1809, and if you get a warning about Intel drivers, do not proceed.
Arm unveils its 2020 roadmap, with its Deimos and Hercules chips aiming to take on Intel's dominance.
Huawei, Intel, and China Mobile have completed 5G interoperability and development testing, which they said would help accelerate the commercialisation of 5G networking equipment globally. Read more: https://zd.net/2MZXnLs
Intel's new technology promises to slash the amount of power that laptop displays consume.
Intel's Spectre variant 4 patch will be off by default, but users who turn it on are likely to see slower performance.
Reports are emerging about eight new 'Spectre-class' security CPU vulnerabilities. Read more: https://zd.net/2wjWREu
The Inspiron 6400 is a mid-range notebook with an entry-level price tag. It'll handle most applications nicely, but it's a little on the heavy side and isn't suitable for gaming.
The TravelMate 8200's souped up internal components and copious features make it an undeniably attractive proposition, but its weight and dimensions make it less suited to life on the road.
LG wants you to work and play with its new notebook, the 17-inch widescreen LW70.
The X15 Plus is an interesting enough notebook, but screen issues and a lacklustre bundled software package make it less enticing.
Dell's Optiplex SX280 is a business desktop PC featuring Intel's 915G Express Chipset, PCI Express, DDR2 memory and an optional "all-in-one" stand for its small form factor.