- News tagged "intel"
Monday, 19 Oct 2015
Remember Intel Curie? It’s the company’s low-powered chip that will make its debut on the upcoming Arduino 101 development board. More details after the jump!
Sunday, 18 Oct 2015
Intel is said to have assembled a team of more than 1,000 people to work on its XMM 7360 modem for future Apple iPhone models. If Intel continues to meet Apple's expectations, the former may have the opportunity to manufacture the next iPhone processor.
Friday, 16 Oct 2015
An integrated marketing campaign that involves Intel, Microsoft and three other major PC manufacturers? Say what?
Monday, 28 Sep 2015
Collaboration between Apple’s iPhone and Intel’s chip-making division has been ongoing since March 2015, and the modem chip can support up to LTE Categories 9 and 10, giving us download speeds of 450mbps.
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
Intel has established the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) in an attempt to mitigate the cybersecurity risks of connected vehicles. Read on for more details about the ASRB!
Kingston's HyperX division has announced a wide range of DDR4 Savage memory kits. Available in single 4GB or 8GB sticks and dual- and quad-channel kits ranging from 8GB to 128GB, there will most definitely be a kit for everyone.
Monday, 7 Sep 2015
OSVR has announced the impending availability of a new Hacker Developer Kit and content discovery platform, the latter of which will make it easier for consumers and developers to discover new VR content.
Gigabyte has unveiled what it says is the world's first Thunderbolt 3-certified motherboard, the Z170X-UD5 TH. The board comes with two USB Type-C connectors on the rear for Thunderbolt 3 support, and also includes support for both DisplayPort 1.2 and USB 3.1.
In conjunction with Singapore’s jubilee celebrations, Intel is also celebrating the 50th anniversary of Moore’s law with Invent 50, a contest that challenges students to come up with innovative solutions using Intel devices to problems plaguing our world today.
Friday, 4 Sep 2015
The Intel Compute Stick is slated for a refresh with sixth-generation Intel Core M processors, providing a performance boost while also keeping power consumption in check.