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Schiff, blasted by GOP after Mueller report, says oversight of Trump won’t stop

Rep. Adam Schiff faced Republican calls for him to resign Monday after the Attorney General’s letter summarizing the special counsel’s report on the 2016 election contradicted the Burbank Democrat’s claims of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Schiff stood his ground. “President Trump’s attacks on me, and those of his allies in Congress, are nothing new,” Schiff said in a statement in which the House Intelligence Committee chairman indicated the panel will continue its separate inv...
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Enhancing Human Potential with AI

AI can be used to augmenting our intelligence. Lama Nachman is an Intel Fellow, Intel Labs; Director, Anticipatory Computing Lab, Intel. She will discuss Enhancing Human Potential with AI. Lama... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Mobileye CEO clowns on Nvidia for allegedly copying self-driving car safety scheme

While creating self-driving car systems, it’s natural that different companies might independently arrive at similar methods or results — but the similarities in a recent “first of its kind” Nvidia proposal to work done by Mobileye two years ago were just too much for the latter company’s CEO to take politely. Amnon Shashua, in a blog post on parent company Intel’s news feed cheekily titled “Innovation Requires Originality, openly mocks Nvidia’s “Safety Force Field,” pointing out innumerable ...
Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Gadgets, Hardware, Robotics, TC, Transportation, Autonomous Vehicles, Intel, Mobileye, Nvidia, Self-driving Cars


The People You Work and Associate with Can Either Make or Break You

--> When I was practicing law, there was a partner at my law firm that everyone warned me to stay away from—she was apparently quite difficult to work for. It seemed that once someone got involved in a project working for this woman their career practically imploded. -One girl (a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School) became a waitress at TGI Fridays after working with her. -Another guy who had been making at least $150,000 a year dropped out and took a job with Lexis-Nexis paying $4...
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Intel gets court order telling former engineer to return confidential docs in Micron row

Defense insists there's nothing to return. And those Perl files? Purely sentimental. Intel has been granted a preliminary injunction in its trade secret theft claim against former engineering manager Doyle Rivers, who left to work at Micron.…


Looking for super speed from Optane? It's doable but quite difficult

Understanding why is still unOptanium Intel’s Optane DC Persistent Memory DIMM can make key storage applications 17 times faster, but systems builders must navigate ‘complex performance characteristics’ to get the best out of the technology.…


Intel to stop developing Compute Cards (OSNews)

Intel will not develop new Compute Cards, the company has confirmed to Tom’s Hardware. Compute Cards were Intel’s vision of modular computing that would allow customers to continually update point of sale systems, all-in-one desktops, laptops and other devices. Pull out one card, replace it with another, and you have a new CPU, plus RAM and storage. “We continue to believe modular computing is a market where there are many opportunities for innovation,” an Intel spokesperson told Tom’s Hardware....
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Intel Introduces Their Graphics Command Center App

Intel has revealed their new Graphics Command Center app, which is Intel's vision of a graphics control hub. The theme is of course blue and has a pretty simple layout (at least for now). The post Intel Introduces Their Graphics Command Center App appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
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Intel gives a peek at what its Arctic Sound GPU could look like

A new set of concept images shown at GDC 2019 is providing a peek at what Intel's upcoming modern discrete GPU, code-named. Arctic Sound, could end up looking like when released in 2020. The post Intel gives a peek at what its Arctic Sound GPU could look like appeared first on Digital Trends.
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AMD's CEO was at Google's streaming-video-game unveiling, and it may hint big plans for the future (AMD, GOOG)

AMD's graphics-processing unit was chosen to run Google's new streaming-video-game platform. The presence of AMD CEO Lisa Su at Tuesday's developer's conference could be a sign the two companies will work more closely in the future. Watch AMD trade live. AMD was the biggest winner on Tuesday, spiking 12%, after Google unveiled Stadia, its plan to upend the video-game industry. At its developers' conference on Tuesday, Google formally announced it would use AMD's graphics-processing units for...
Tags: Google, Trends, Intel, Sony, Nintendo, Amd, Gpu, Lisa Su, Ihor Dusaniwsky, S3 Partners, AMD Epyc, Mark Lapacis


AMD soars to a 5-month high (AMD)

AMD shares on Thursday spiked to their best level in over five months. They have gained about 20% since Google on Tuesday said it would use the chipmaker's graphics processing units for its new streaming-video-game service.  Watch AMD trade live. AMD shares on Thursday soared over 8% to their best level in more than five months as traders continued to pile in following Tuesday's announcement that Google would be using the chipmaker's graphics processing units for its streaming-video-game ser...
Tags: Google, Trends, Intel, Amd, Gpu, Lisa Su, Ihor Dusaniwsky, S3 Partners, Markets Insider, Dusaniwsky, AMD Epyc, Mark Lapacis


Is Income Inequality Fair?

Opinion Is Income Inequality Fair? USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Some Americans have much higher income and wealth than others. Former President Barack Obama explained, “I do think at a certain point you've made enough money.” An adviser to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who has a Twitter account called “Every Billionaire Is A Policy Failure” tweeted, “My goal for this year is to get a moderator to ask ‘Is it morally appropriate for anyone to be a billionaire?'” Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. ...
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Intel Shows off Graphics Card Prototype Renders at GDC

At the very start of their GDC 2019 keynote Intel showed off their very first designs for their upcoming consumer graphics cards. The post Intel Shows off Graphics Card Prototype Renders at GDC appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
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Tesla is suing former employees, accusing them of stealing confidential information and giving it to robo-taxi rival Zoox (TSLA)

Tesla is accusing four former employees who now work for the robo-taxi startup Zoox of stealing confidential information. The company alleges in a new lawsuit that the documents helped Zoox "leap frog" years of work on self-driving cars.  More than 100 former Tesla employees now work for Zoox, which recently installed a new CEO.  Tesla has accused four former employees who now work at the robo-taxi startup Zoox of stealing proprietary information and trade secrets. In a lawsuit filed Wednesda...
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HardOCP Is Getting 'Mothballed' As Kyle Bennett Accepts Job At Intel

Slashdot reader grasshoppa writes: Kyle Bennett, long-time owner/operator of one of the last independent review sites, HardOCP, announced that effective April 1st he will be leaving it behind to start a new career at Intel. "Effective April 1, 2019 I will be taking on the position of Director of Enthusiast Engagement for Intel's Technology Leadership Marketing group," Bennett writes. "Intel wants to reconnect with the top of the high-performance consumer pyramid which contains hardware enthusias...
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Intel Command Center lays foundation for next year’s ‘Arctic Sound’ GPU

Intel revealed its new Command Center driver software at GDC 2019. The updated interface will control current Intel integrated graphics and also lays the groundwork for next year's Intel video card. The post Intel Command Center lays foundation for next year’s ‘Arctic Sound’ GPU appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Intel, Computing, Gpu, Command Center, Intel Graphics, Arctic Sound, GDC 2019, Intel Command Center


AMD's CEO was at Google's big streaming video-game unveiling, and it may hint big plans for the future (AMD, GOOG)

AMD's graphics processing unit was chosen to run Google's new streaming-video-game platform.  The presence of AMD CEO Lisa Su at Tuesday's developer's conference could be a sign the two companies will work more closely in the future.  Watch AMD trade live. AMD was the biggest winner on Tuesday, spiking 12%, after Google unveiled Stadia, its plan to upend the video-game industry.  At its developer's conference on Tuesday, Google formally announced that it would use AMD's graphics processing u...
Tags: Google, Trends, Intel, Sony, Nintendo, Amd, Gpu, Lisa Su, Ihor Dusaniwsky, S3 Partners, AMD Epyc, Mark Lapacis


Intel teases mobile 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019

Intel teased its new 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors at GDC 2019. The company offered few specifics about the hardware, but a leak from late February provides insight into what the new processors might offer. The post Intel teases mobile 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Notebook, Laptop, GDC, Intel Core, Intel Core i9


Intel teases 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019

Intel teased its new 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors at GDC 2019. The company offered few specifics about the hardware, but a leak from late February provides insight into what the new processors might offer. The post Intel teases 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Notebook, Laptop, GDC, Intel Core, Intel Core i9


Apple Updates iMac Lineup With Up to 8-Core 9th-Gen Intel Processors and Radeon Pro Vega Graphics Options (mac rumors)

Nearly two years have passed since Apple last refreshed the iMac, but updates are finally here for both 4K and 5K models. Apple today announced that its iMac lineup has been updated with Intel's latest 8th-gen and 9th-gen Core processors, including up to a 3.2GHz six-core 8th-gen Core i7 with Turbo Boost up to 4.6GHz for the 21.5-inch 4K iMac and up to a 3.6GHz eight-core 9th-gen Core i9 with Turbo Boost up to 5.0GHz for the 27-inch 5K iMac. You'll of course have to pay to get peak perfo...
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Daily Crunch: 85+ startups launch at YC Demo Day 1

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. Here are the 85+ startups that launched at YC’s W19 Demo Day 1 With more than 200 companies, the Winter 2019 class is by far YC’s largest yet. It’s so large, in fact, the accelerator had to change the way it does Demo Day — rather than all pitches happening on one stage, they were split across two stages ...
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U.S. to build $500M exascale supercomputer aimed at boosting research by 2021

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced plans to build a $500 million exascale supercomputer by 2021. The project, known as the Aurora supercomputer, is expected to boost research efforts in fields such as public health. The post U.S. to build $500M exascale supercomputer aimed at boosting research by 2021 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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The U.S. government plans to drop $500M on a ridiculously powerful supercomputer

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced plans to build a $500 million exascale supercomputer by 2021. The project, known as the Aurora supercomputer, is expected to boost research efforts in fields such as public health. The post The U.S. government plans to drop $500M on a ridiculously powerful supercomputer appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Aurora, U.S. Department of Energy, Exascale


Apple's Big New iMac Update Makes Me Feel Sad About iMacs

Apple just announced that its iMac lineup will get a meaningful update thanks to 8-core 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors and a Vega graphics option. This is a big deal for iMac power users, but for me, an almost iMac power user, I’m feeling sheepish. Is Apple just going to keep stuffing new chips into its…Read more...
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Kyle Bennet of HardOCP Joins Intel

It looks like another person in the community is joining Intel and that happens to be Kyle Bennet from HardOCP. It appears he has taken the position of Director of Enthusiast Engagement effective April first as indicated in his tweet... The post Kyle Bennet of HardOCP Joins Intel appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
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Apple Finally Updates the iMac With Significantly More Powerful CPU and GPU Options

Today, Apple will finally begin taking orders for newly refreshed 21- and 27-inch iMacs. The new versions don't change the basic design or add major new features, but they offer substantially faster configuration options for the CPU and GPU. From a report: The 21.5-inch iMac now has a 6-core, eighth-generation Intel CPU option -- up from a maximum of four cores before. The 27-inch now has six cores as the standard configuration, with an optional upgrade to a 3.6GHz, 9th-gen, 8-core Intel Core i9...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Amd, Gpu, Vega, Intel Core


Apple’s iMac line gets new Intel chips, AMD graphics, and support a bonkers 256GB RAM

After refreshing the iPad Air and iPad mini yesterday, Apple has given iMacs a spec bump with new Intel processors and AMD graphics chips after two years. While the iMac Pro didn’t get any upgrades, Apple’s giving an option to consumers to add a bonkers 256GB RAM for $5200. Base models of the 21.5-inch iMac with a Retina 4K display are now powered by an eighth-gen quad-core i3 processor or an eighth-gen six-core i5 processor. Buyers can also opt for a six-core i7 processor to get more power. The...
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Nvidia is gaining ground ahead of its investor day (NVDA)

Nvidia is set to hold its annual investor event set at 11:30 AM ET on Tuesday. Nvidia's stock shed nearly half of its value from November to January after the chipmaker delivered disappointing third-quarter results and later cut its fourth-quarter revenue guidance. But shares recovered a bit as its fourth-quarter results topped Wall Street estimates and after it beat out Intel in the race for acquiring Mellanox Technologies. Watch Nvidia trade live. Nvidia jumped 3.44% to $174.73 apiece...
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Apple updates iMac with faster Intel processors, supercharged Vega graphics

March is turning out to be a busy month for Apple, and the company's March 25 event is still a few days away.
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Amazon is blowing out MacBook refurbs for just $929, today only

If you want the quality, performance, and fit and finish of an Apple laptop but you don't want to spend a minimum of $1,300, Amazon is running a killer one-day sale that you definitely need to check out. The Apple MacBook 12" Laptop with Retina Display costs $1,299 new, but Amazon is flush with refurbs and it's blowing them out on Tuesday. You can snag one in either Space Gray, Gold, or Rose Gold for just $929, but only until they sell out... which will probably be pretty soon considerin...
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