- News tagged "intel"
Thursday, 15 Sep 2016
Dell has refreshed its popular XPS 13 laptop with Intel's latest Kaby Lake processors, better battery life, and a new rose gold color option.
Wednesday, 7 Sep 2016
MSI has announced the Z170A Gaming M6 motherboard, a stealthy-looking board that will offer next generation Killer Networking technology and ASMedia's new and faster USB 3.1 Gen 2 controller.
In the wake of the formal launch of the 7th generation Intel Core “Kaby Lake” CPUs, the company has decided to quietly introduce their “Apollo Lake” SoCs.
Monday, 29 Aug 2016
It looks like Intel is committing to 3D NAND as it announces a slew of new 3D NAND SSDs for both client and enterprise.
Thursday, 18 Aug 2016
The second generation Xeon Phi coprocessor was only launched early this year, but already Intel was eager to share what’s next in their pipeline and how that will propel A.I. even further.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016
In the last two years, we've showcased what Intel's RealSense technology can do for everyday scenarios and personalize computing like never before. With amazing outcomes and driving the robotics and drones scene, Intel has today unleashed more dev kits for creating even more amazing solutions.
So now that we're exposed to augmented reality, mixed reality and even merged reality, isn't it about time your PC is ready for it? Reasonably specced Windows 10 systems could get lucky in 2017. More details inside.
Here's something we never thought would happen: arch-rivals Intel and ARM have announced a collaboration to co-develop and manufacture ARM SoCs on Intel's new 10nm manufacturing process.
Thursday, 11 Aug 2016
Intel has acquired artificial intelligence startup Nervana Systems in an attempt to bolster its own AI portfolio. However, the chipmaker didn’t divulge how much it paid for this deal.
Friday, 1 Jul 2016
A number of tech firms and traditional car manufacturers are attempting to develop autonomous systems for self-driving cars. According to Bloomberg, the latest efforts reportedly points to a collaboration that includes BMW, Intel, and Mobileye, a tech firm that develops “vision-based advanced driver assistance systems.”