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Apple resumes sale of iPhones in Germany, with Qualcomm chip

BERLIN (AP) — Apple is resuming sales of older iPhone models in Germany after losing a patent dispute against chipmaker Qualcomm last year. The company said Thursday it will sell iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models with Qualcomm rather than Intel chips inside to circumvent the injunction. It had pulled them off shelves in December. […]
Tags: Apple, Business, News, Germany, Berlin, Intel, Ap, Nation, Qualcomm


Walmart tech incubator Store No. 8 launches VR startup Spatial&

Walmart’s tech incubator Store N°8 today launched its next startup, a VR merchandising company called Spatial&. The company offers VR experiences that enable customers to connect with merchandise, and is kicking things off by collaborating with DreamWorks Animation VR tour. At select Walmart locations across the U.S., Spatial& will set up a VR experience in the parking lot, allowing customers to visit DreamWorks’ “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” through VR. Afterwards, customers are ...
Tags: Shopping, Tech, Walmart, Intel, Commerce, Retail, Dreamworks, Vr, Virtual Reality, Dreamworks Animation, Intel Core, San Bernardino California, San Antonio Texas, Burbank California, Las Vegas Nevada, Franklin


Apple is selling the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 in Germany again

Two older iPhone models are back on sale in Apple stores in Germany — but only with Qualcomm chips inside. The iPhone maker was forced to pull the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models from shelves in its online shop and physical stores in the country last month, after chipmaker Qualcomm posted security bonds to enforce a December court injunction it secured via patent litigation. Apple told Reuters it had “no choice” but to stop using some Intel chips for handsets to be sold in Germany. “Qualcomm ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Europe, Lawsuit, China, Germany, Tech, Intel, Smartphone, Mobile Phones, Patents, Antitrust, Cupertino, Qualcomm, Federal Trade Commission


Upcoming Apple Products Guide: Everything We Expect to See in 2019 and Beyond (mac rumors)

The MacRumors guide to upcoming products is designed to provide an overview of everything that we're expecting to see from Apple, both in the near and more distant future. Dates listed are not always concrete, but are based on the most recent rumors and information that we have. We're updating the guide on a regular basis, so it will be the go to place to see every Apple product that's on the horizon at a glance. For more detail on the rumors we've heard about each upcoming item, make sure to...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, News, Washington Post, Siri, Intel, Apple TV, Macbook, Canada, New York Times, MacBook Air, Homekit, Apple Pencil, Apple News, Ming Chi Kuo


Increase Productivity with a Simple Step

Computers computers. We love and sometimes we hate them. In today’s world the digital business is king. If you aren’t online then you aren’t alive. I’ve worked in the corporate world for several years. A large corporation that has done business the same way for over a hundred years. We tried and tried to get them to update their computers when I worked there. It was such a pain. We were almost 10 years behind the latest windows and excel versions. I remember I learned one excel version in sch...
Tags: Technology, Sales, Intel, Computer Upgrade, Intel Reference Platform, Better Performance Asset Values


Lenovo ThinkPad P1: Sumptuous pro PC that gets a tad warm

Battery could be improved, we charge Long Term Test Clearing out the attic recently, I was astonished to discover an ancient bit of PC kit that had failed to be recycled with family, friends, eBay, the vicar, or a random homeless person. This was a rarity: a laptop with a desktop class Intel chip: the Thinkpad A31, from Big Blue itself, around 2002.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Lenovo


Tesla's VP of global recruiting is leaving the company — here are all the key names who have departed in recent months (TSLA)

Tesla is known for its high rate of executive turnover, and the past year has been no different. During a year in which the automaker faced production and delivery issues, investigations from the federal government, and questions about the decision-making of CEO Elon Musk, departures from senior employees have added yet another challenge.  Cindy Nicola, Tesla's vice president of global recruiting, is leaving the company, according to a source familiar with the matter. Tesla has seen a lot of ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, Trends, Linkedin, Tesla, Intel, Chrysler, Jaguar, Comcast Ventures, Western Europe, Nicola, Ahuja, Jeff Jones, Deepak Ahuja


Researchers Implant "Protected" Malware On Intel SGX Enclaves

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a way to hide malicious code in Intel SGX enclaves, a hardware-based memory encryption feature in modern processors that isolates sensitive code and data to protect it from disclosure or modification. In other words, the technique allows attackers to implant malware code in a secure memory that uses protection features of SGX which are otherwise [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Tech, Intel, Malware, Hardware Hacking, Swati Khandelwal, Intel SGX, Intel Processor, Intel Chipset, Intel SGX Enclaves


Researchers Use Intel SGX To Put Malware Beyond the Reach of Antivirus Software

An anonymous reader shares an excerpt from an Ars Technica report: Researchers have found a way to run malicious code on systems with Intel processors in such a way that the malware can't be analyzed or identified by antivirus software, using the processor's own features to protect the bad code. As well as making malware in general harder to examine, bad actors could use this protection to, for example, write ransomware applications that never disclose their encryption keys in readable memory, m...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Ars Technica, Graz University of Technology, Daniel Gruss, Michael Schwarz Samuel Weiser


Alex Kipman just hinted that Microsoft will announce a new version of HoloLens on February 24. Here's everything we know about it (MSFT)

There's a new hint that Microsoft will announce a new HoloLens at Mobile World Congress. Alex Kipman, the man responsible for the device, posted a YouTube video on Monday that seemed to tease the device. Here's everything we know so far about it. Microsoft's Alex Kipman, the man responsible for the HoloLens augmented reality device, posted a cryptic video to YouTube on Monday that gives a major hint that a rumored new version of the headset will be unveiled later this month. About a month ago...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Trends, Bloomberg, Barcelona, Intel, Nintendo, US Army, Qualcomm, HoloLens, Mobile World Congress, Tom, European Patent Office, Langdon, HoloLens Microsoft


Deal Alert: Grab the HP Chromebook x360 for Just $450

Have you been fighting the urge to grab a new, modern laptop? Maybe one of those touch screen 2-in-1 devices? Well, now might be the time to go for an HP x360. We’ve spent a lot of time raving about the Chromebook, and why wouldn’t we? Chromebooks are great alternatives to Windows or Apple laptops. They’re powerful, affordable, and reliable. The HP x360 is no exception. It’s a 14″ 2-in-1 touchscreen Chromebook with 8GB of RAM, 64GB of flash storage, and an Intel i3 Processor. That’s more power ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Crafts, Intel, Netflix, Chromebooks, Bestbuy


Automation pushing workers to less productive parts of the economy, lower level jobs

PHOENIX — It’s hard to miss the dogged technological ambition pervading this sprawling desert metropolis. There’s Intel’s $7 billion, 7-nanometer chip plant going up in Chandler. In Scottsdale, Axon, the maker of the Taser, is hungrily snatching talent from Silicon Valley as it embraces automation to keep up with growing demand. Startups in fields as […]
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Intel, Silicon Valley, Taser, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Chandler


Apple's Internal Hardware Team Is Working On Modems That Will Likely Replace Intel

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Apple will design its own modems in-house, according to sources that spoke with Reuters. In doing so, the company may hope to leave behind Intel modems in its mobile devices, which Apple has used since a recent falling out with Qualcomm. According to the sources, the team working on modem design now reports to Johny Srouji, Apple's senior vice president of hardware technologies. Srouji joined Apple back in 2004 and led development of Apple's...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Qualcomm, Reuters, Dan Riccio, Srouji, Johny Srouji Apple


Google doubles down on its Asylo confidential computing framework

Last May, Google introduced Asylo, an open source framework for confidential computing, a technique favored by many of the big cloud vendors because it allows you to set up trusted execution environments that are shielded from the rest of the (potentially untrusted) system. Workloads and their data basically sit in a trusted enclave that adds another layer of protection against network and operating system vulnerabilities. That’s not a new concept, but as Google argues, it has been hard to adopt...
Tags: Google, Tech, Intel, Google Cloud Platform, Porter, Asylo, Jason Garms, Nelly Porter, Garms


Adobe is Considering Whether it Wants To Design Its Own Chips

A growing number of technology companies are trying to manufacture their own chips, cutting their reliance on Intel and other chip providers. This week Adobe pondered making a similar move. From a report: At an internal innovation conference on Tuesday, Adobe CTO Abhay Parasnis posed the matter as a question for his colleagues, noting the significant increases in performance from chips designed specifically for specialized tasks, like machine learning. "Do we need to become an ARM licensee?" he ...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Abhay Parasnis, Parasnis


If you're considering Apple's new MacBook Air, here are 7 reasons you should buy the 13-inch MacBook Pro instead

Apple finally updated its MacBook Air last October. The 2018 MacBook Air features a Retina display for the first time, two USB-C ports, a headphone jack, and more. But if you're considering the 2018 MacBook Air, you may as well consider the 13-inch MacBook Pro (with no Touch Bar), which only costs $100 more than the new MacBook Air, but offers better features. Take a look at the advantages the 13-inch MacBook Pro without Touch Bar has over the 2018 MacBook Air. SEE ALSO: I tried a 4K monitor a...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Intel, MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, Touch Bar, Apple Insider, MacBook Pro with no Touch Bar


The next integration evolution — blockchain

Bilgin Ibryam Contributor Share on Twitter Bilgin Ibryam is a principal architect at Red Hat, committer and member of Apache Software Foundation. He is an open-source evangelist, blogger, occasional speaker and the author of Kubernetes Patterns and Camel Design Patterns. Here is one way to look at distributed ledger technologies (DLT) and blockchain in the context of integration evolution. Over the years, businesses and their...
Tags: TC, Column, Tech, Xml, Intel, Web Services, Ibm, Linux, File-sharing, Blockchain, Linux Foundation, Microservices, SOA, ESB, DLT, Apache Software Foundation


Acer Announces New Chromebase Models (Reminder: That’s a Chrome OS All-in-One)

Acer It’s been quite a while since we heard anything about a “Chromebase,” the informal term for an all-in-one desktop computer based on ChromeOS (as opposed to a Chromebook). Acer announced two new designs based on Intel 8th-gen processors. The Chromebase 2412 and its more button-down “Chromebase for Meetings 24Vs” variant hide all of their computer guts behind a 24-inch, 1080p touchscreen. Said guts include a maximum Core i7-8550U processor (a screamer for ChromeOS), 4-8GB of RAM, and 32-...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Intel, Acer, Vesa, Chromebase, Said, Chromebook Acer


Apple MacBook Air vs. Dell XPS 13

This year, the MacBook Air got a huge refresh, making it closer in size to the compact XPS 13. Both wildly popular 13-inch notebooks run Intel's 8th-Generation processors. If you're shopping for a notebook, we'll help you decide. The post Apple MacBook Air vs. Dell XPS 13 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Trends, Intel, Computing, Dell, MacBook Air, Xps 13, Apple MacBook Air


For naming inspiration, look outside

Where do you find a brand name? More specifically, where do you find a powerful, memorable, lasting brand name? The answer, in one famous instance: outside the window. In 1982, computer scientists John Warnock and Charles Geschke were working in Warnock’s garage in Los Altos, California, on a page description language for controlling printing. The product would end up being called PostScript; in 1985, Warnock and Geschke would license it to Apple. PostScript is a solid product name. But ...
Tags: Apple, Technology, Microsoft, California, Americas, Kodak, Intel, Creativity, Zynga, Linguistics, How To, Ibm, Autodesk, Hewlett Packard, Intuit, Texas Instruments


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday. Apple restored Facebook's developer certificate, ending two days of chaos inside the company. The move will allow Facebook's internal company apps for employees to resume working. Google had its developer certificate revoked by Apple, thanks to the search giant running a research app called Screenwise Meter which violated Apple's developer policies. Apple said it was working with Google to reinstate its certificate. Facebook con...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Russia, Trends, Iran, Intel, Fbi, Xiaomi, Mario Kart, Amazon Web Services, Alexa, Brian Krzanich, Iran Venezuela, Amazon Alexa


Daily Crunch: Facebook beats Wall Street estimates

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here: 1. Facebook shares shoot up after strong Q4 earnings despite data breach Facebook managed to beat Wall Street’s estimates in its Q4 earnings despite a seemingly constant beatdown in the press. The company said it hit 2.32 billion monthly users, up 2.2 percent from 2.27 billion last quarter, speeding up its ...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, New York, Wall Street, Tech, Intel, Hulu, Brian Krzanich, GAAP, Letitia James, Bryce Durbin, Robert Swan, Bob Swan, Devumi


Intel's Interim CEO Bob Swan Gets the Job Permanently

Intel has named interim CEO Robert Swan to the role on a permanent basis on Thursday while also naming a new interim chief financial officer. From a report: [Former CEO] Krzanich resigned last June under somewhat peculiar circumstances, after he was found to have engaged in a "consensual relationship" with an employee a while back. The relationship, which only came to light much later, violated an internal "non-fraternization policy" that applies to all senior managers. Swan began his career at ...
Tags: Ebay, Tech, Intel, General Electric, General Atlantic, Krzanich, Swan, Robert Swan, Bob Swan


Asetek Unveils the 690LX-PN AIO For the Intel Xeon W-3175X

The cooler, which is code-named 690LX-PN is a closed-loop cooler developed in collaboration with Intel, and has been approved for use with the 28-core processor. The post Asetek Unveils the 690LX-PN AIO For the Intel Xeon W-3175X appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, AIO, Intel Xeon, Liquid CPU Cooler, Cpu Cooling, Asetek, Xeon W-3175X, 690LX-PN, Asetek 690LX-PN


Intel's CEO search is over — Bob Swan will be its chief executive moving forward

Intel has chosen Bob Swan as its CEO. Swan took over as interim CEO following the abrupt resignation of Brian Krzanich in June 2018. Before stepping in as CEO, Swan worked as Intel's CFO. The board's decision to make Swan CEO continues Intel's long tradition of hiring from within for its chief executive. Intel's search for a CEO is over. The company announced on Thursday morning that Robert "Bob" Swan, who has been serving as interim CEO for much of the last year, will be its chief executive ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, Wall Street Journal, Brian Krzanich, Pat Gelsinger, Krzanich, Swan, Gelsinger, Bob Swan, Robert Bob Swan


Robert Swan named Intel CEO

Intel, it seems, didn’t have to look too hard to find its new CEO. Half a year after being named interim CEO, Bob Swan is taking the job full-time. Swan, the seventh CEO in Intel’s 50 year history will also be joining the chip maker’s board of directors. Prior to this gig, Swan was Intel’s CFO, grabbing that gig in late-2016 after holding positions at eBay and Electronic Data Systems Corp. Swan stepped into the interim role as word emerged of then-CEO Brian Krzanich’s “past consensual relati...
Tags: Ebay, Tech, Intel, Brian Krzanich, Personnel, Robert Swan, Todd Underwood, VP of Finance, Bob Swan, Electronic Data Systems Corp Swan


Intel Xeon W-3175X 28-core Processor Now Available at $2,999

The Intel Xeon W-3175X processor is available today. This unlocked 28-core workstation powerhouse is built for select, highly-threaded and computing-intensive applications such as architectural and industrial design and professional content creation. The post Intel Xeon W-3175X 28-core Processor Now Available at $2,999 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Press Releases, CPU, Processor, Intel Xeon, Xeon W-3175X


Deal Alert: Grab An Entry-Level Surface Pro For Just $649

Microsoft’s line of Surface tablets have been extremely successful, but they’re a bit expensive. Now’s your chance to grab one for cheap. Tablets have become more and more powerful over the past few years, and the line between tablets and laptops has started to dissolve. The perception that tablets are only useful for playing games and watching Netflix is no longer correct, these are serious devices that can be used for work, video editing, sound design, and graphic design. Apple users have the...
Tags: Apple, Crafts, Microsoft, Intel, Best Buy, Netflix, Intel Core


Everyone at the biggest tech show of the year was raving about Huawei's newest laptop. But it's missing one crucial thing that could be a dealbreaker

The Huawei MateBook 13 laptop offers great specs for a great price.  A drawback is that it only has two USB-C ports, and no traditional USB ports.  I could live with it if the MateBook 13 supported the Thunderbolt 3 standard, which allows you to plug multiple accessories into the same USB-C port — provided you have the right accessories.  The MateBook 13, astoundingly, does not support Thunderbolt 3, in what could be a major dealbreaker. I'm making the switch from Apple MacOS to Windows 10, a...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Intel, Huawei


System76 Unveils 'Darter Pro' Linux Laptop With Choice of Ubuntu or Pop!_OS

An anonymous reader writes: Today, System76 unveiled its latest laptop -- the 15.6-inch (full-HD) "Darter Pro." It is thin, but not overly so -- it still has USB-A ports (thankfully). The computer is quite modern, however, as it also has a USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 port. It supports Pop!_OS 18.04 LTS (64-bit), Pop!_OS 18.10 (64-bit), or Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (64-bit) operating system. It comes in two variants, with the following processor options: 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8265U: 1.6 up to 3.90 GHz -- 6MB Cach...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Usb, Gpu, Sata, Intel Core



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