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How Empathy Can Build Better Workplace Relationships

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Mike Ambassador Bruny. There is an interesting dynamic that can exist between leaders and those they lead. Many employees complain about their leaders, and many leaders complain about their employees. Having been in both roles and received training in various leadership and management programs, I wanted to provide some insights into things I’ve seen and experienced in hopes that leaders get more out of their employees and employees get more out of the work...
Tags: Work, Business, Leadership, Life, Relationships, Intel, Lifehacks, Mike, Boston Massachusetts, Bruny, Partnership Inc


The CEO of one of the hottest marijuana vape startups says the company is gearing up for an IPO this year

Pax Labs is aiming to go public this year, Bharat Vasan, the marijuana vape startup's CEO told Business Insider in a Thursday interview. Vasan he's been talking to bankers and found the appetite for an IPO has been "overwhelmingly positive." The buzzy vape startup has landed equity investments from blue-chip firms like Fidelity Investments, Tiger Global, and Tao Capital Partners.  The CEO of one of the world's most popular marijuana vape startups says the company is looking to go public this ...
Tags: US, San Francisco, Trends, Intel, Silicon Valley, Keurig, Pax Labs, Juul, Business Insider, Altria, Fidelity Investments, Pax, CPG, Tao Capital Partners, Vasan, Aurora Cannabis


Dell teases new XPS laptop with Intel’s 10th-gen Ice Lake for summer 2019

After teasing a mysterious Ice Lake-powered XPS laptop during Intel's keynote, Dell confirmed that it will announce a new 10th-generation Ice Lake-powered XPS laptop this year. The new XPS notebook could debut as early as summer. The post Dell teases new XPS laptop with Intel’s 10th-gen Ice Lake for summer 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Ces, Computing, Dell, Xps, Ice Lake, CES 2019


Lenovo Introduces ThinkPad L390 and L390 Yoga Laptops with Business Users in Mind

When a PC manufacturer announces business laptops starting under $1,000 it will get the attention of small business owners. If the manufacturer is Lenovo and the laptop includes the ThinkPad line, their ear perks up even more. Lenovo says the ThinkPad L390 and L390 Yoga have been updated to give small business a reliable and durable device which is also affordable. The update includes Intel’s latest Whiskey Lake 8th-gen processors, which will be a first for the ThinkPad L-series of laptops. Sta...
Tags: Sales, Intel, Usb, Lenovo, Technology Trends, Whiskey Lake, Intel Core Whiskey Lake Core


Intel reported to have a new 5GHz chip that’s literally priceless (ars technica)

Enlarge / This is a 10-core Skylake-X processor. It uses the low core count (LCC) version of the Skylake-SP die. (credit: Fritzchens Fritz / Flickr) If the $1,979 Core i9-9980XE isn't enough processor for you, Anandtech reports that Intel will soon have an even more expensive Core i9 processor: the i9-9990XE. But you won't be able to buy it, and Intel won't even have a price for the thing. The current i9-9980XE has 18 cores/36 threads and clock speeds between 3.0 and 4.5GHz, and it draws 165W....
Tags: News, Intel, Peter Bright, AnandTech Intel, AnandTech, Fritzchens Fritz Flickr


A Supercomputer In a 19th Century Church Is 'World's Most Beautiful Data Center' (slashdot)

"Motherboard spoke to the Barcelona Supercomputing Center about how it outfitted a deconsecrated 19th century chapel to host the MareNostrum 4 -- the 25th most powerful supercomputer in the world," writes Slashdot reader dmoberhaus. From the report: Heralded as the "most beautiful data center in the world," the MareNostrum supercomputer came online in 2005, but was originally hosted in a different building at the university. Meaning "our sea" in Latin, the original MareNostrum was capable of per...
Tags: Europe, News, Intel, Barcelona SuperComputing Center, BeauHD, Gemma Maspoch, Maspoch, Torre Girona


Chip off the auction block – Intel’s i9-9990XE may be sold to the highest bidder

Intel's alleged Core i9-9990XE may only be sold at auction to OEMs, meaning that only a few of the 14-core, 28-thread, 5GHz CPUs will ever see the light of day in specific devices and systems. The post Chip off the auction block – Intel’s i9-9990XE may be sold to the highest bidder appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Computing, CPU, Core i9


A Supercomputer In a 19th Century Church Is 'World's Most Beautiful Data Center'

"Motherboard spoke to the Barcelona Supercomputing Center about how it outfitted a deconsecrated 19th century chapel to host the MareNostrum 4 -- the 25th most powerful supercomputer in the world," writes Slashdot reader dmoberhaus. From the report: Heralded as the "most beautiful data center in the world," the MareNostrum supercomputer came online in 2005, but was originally hosted in a different building at the university. Meaning "our sea" in Latin, the original MareNostrum was capable of per...
Tags: Europe, Tech, Intel, Barcelona SuperComputing Center, Gemma Maspoch, Maspoch, Torre Girona


Apple Wanted to Use Qualcomm Chips for 2018 iPhones, But Qualcomm Wouldn't Sell Them (mac rumors)

As the FTC's antitrust trial against Qualcomm continues, Apple's chief operating officer, Jeff Williams, has taken the stand to share details on the terms of Apple's contracts with Qualcomm. There's no live feed of the trial, but reporters including CNET's Shara Tibken and Florian Mueller of FOSS Patents are attending and sharing details on what Williams has to say. Most interestingly, Williams says that Apple had wanted to use both Qualcomm and Intel chips in the iPhone XS, XS Max, and ...
Tags: Apple, News, Intel, Williams, Qualcomm, Cnet, Jeff Williams, Ftc, Brian Krzanich, Shara Tibken, Juli Clover, Williams Williams, Infineon, Florian Mueller, Steve Mollenkopf, Qualcomm Wouldn


Microsoft is Preparing For Foldable Windows Devices, Report Says

Microsoft is working on adapting Windows to work on foldable devices, The Verge reported Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the matter. The report further added that the company is making foldable devices and dual-screen hardware a big investment area for both Windows and Surface. From the report: This investment includes adapting Windows itself and its many built-in apps to work across foldable displays and devices with dual screens. While Microsoft has been experimenting with its own hardwa...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Intel, Composable Shell C Shell


Daily Crunch: Netflix hikes prices for US subscribers

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. Netflix will raise prices for US subscribers, with its most popular plan going up to $13 per month For the most popular plan (which includes high-definition streaming for up to two devices simultaneously), the price will increase from $10.99 to $12.99 per month. Meanwhile, the one-device plan will go up ...
Tags: Travel, TC, Facebook, China, US, Intel, Netflix, Pandora, Oxford, Qualcomm, 23andMe, Andrew Przybylski, Amy Orben, Daily Crunch, Disney AT T WarnerMedia


Daily Crunch: Netflix hikes prices for U.S. subscribers

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. Netflix will raise prices for US subscribers, with its most popular plan going up to $13 per month For the most popular plan (which includes high-definition streaming for up to two devices simultaneously), the price will increase from $10.99 to $12.99 per month. Meanwhile, the one-device plan will go up ...
Tags: TC, Facebook, China, US, Tech, Intel, Netflix, Pandora, Oxford, Qualcomm, 23andMe, Andrew Przybylski, Amy Orben, Daily Crunch, Disney AT T WarnerMedia


Apple's $24 million chip executive is reportedly on Intel's short list for new CEO, but it's not clear if he'd be willing to make that jump (INTC)

It's been six months and Intel still hasn't found a new CEO. Intel has reportedly put Apple senior VP of hardware technologies, Johny Srouji, on its wish list. If Intel could convince Srouji to become its new CEO, it would be a big win for the company. But that's a big if. If there's one sure-fire way for Intel to turn the fiasco of its six-month vacant CEO slot into a big win for the company, it's this: lure Apple senior vice president of hardware technologies, Johny Srouji, into becoming th...
Tags: Apple, Motorola, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Israel, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, Chicago, Tim Cook, SEC, Qualcomm, James, Johny Srouji, Brian Krzanich, Angela Ahrendts


Save Zero Dollars By Opting for Intel's iGPU-Crippled CPUs (tom's hardware)

According to Intel's latest price list, thes new iGPU-disabled "F" series processors come at the same price points as the normal models.
Tags: News, Intel


And so it begins: Micron calls its bank manager... we'll be havin' your bit of our JV, Intel

Chipzilla says it has 'options' to source Optane 3D XPoint, 3D NAND production elsewhere Micron has confirmed it will indeed buy Chipzilla’s interest in their IMFT flash foundry joint-venture based in Lehi, Utah.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Micron, Chipzilla, Lehi Utah


German court tosses Qualcomm’s latest iPhone patent suit

Qualcomm has had a patent lawsuit against Apple dismissed by a court in Mannheim, Germany, as groundless (via Reuters). The chipmaker had argued Intel -powered iPhones infringed a transistor switch patent it holds. But in an initial verbal decision the court disagreed. Qualcomm has said it will appeal. In a statement, Don Rosenberg, Qualcomm’s executive VP and general counsel, said: “Apple has a history of infringing our patents. While we disagree with the Mannheim court’s decision and will...
Tags: Apple, China, Germany, Tech, Intel, Cupertino, Qualcomm, Ftc, Reuters, Mannheim, Mannheim Germany, Don Rosenberg Qualcomm


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Facebook's business model is under scrutiny in Germany, where a local regulator will reportedly order the social network to stop collecting certain user data. German authorities don't like the way Facebook collects information about people via WhatsApp and Instagram and third-party sites. 2. Norwegian authorities are investigating allegations that Tidal's streaming numbers for Beyonce and Kanye West albums were inflated. Play...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Beyonce, Instagram, Microsoft, Mexico, Germany, Satya Nadella, US, Trends, Intel, Kylie Jenner, Qualcomm, Jeff Williams, Alexa


Epyc move: Supermicro plunges into Cascade Lake’s Optanical waters

Silicon Valley box slinger clams it's first on the block with Intel processor... which isn't out yet In brief Supermicro is touting what's said to be the "first to market" Intel Cascade Lake AP Xeon server – and it's fitted with Optane DIMM modules to make in-memory apps, particularly the AI ones, run faster.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Silicon Valley, Supermicro, EPYC, Cascade Lake, Intel Cascade Lake AP Xeon


Every Brand Name Sucks: How To Choose A Great Brand Name Despite Its Flaws

by Grant Polachek, Director of Marketing at Squadhelp.com As you chug through the arduous process of creating a brand name, you may experience frustration. Have you come up with some great ideas, but you keep rejecting them because you  are finding problems with every name? We’ll let you in on a little secret. You’re not alone. In fact, when you look close enough, you’ll see that virtually every brand name sucks. Okay, okay. Perhaps that is a little harsh. However, there is no question that alm...
Tags: Startups, Europe, Marketing, Brand, Intel, Chicago, Salesforce, Branding, Caterpillar, Brand Name, Professionalisms, Salesforce Salesforce, Caterpillar Caterpillar, Squadhelp, Grant Polachek, Director of Marketing at Inc


A 12-year Intel veteran will become the new CEO of the self-driving car company Zoox, which lost its previous leader under mysterious circumstances (INTC)

Intel veteran Aicha Evans has been named the new CEO of the self-driving car company Zoox, according to the company on Monday. Evans will assume her new role as Zoox's CEO on February 26.  Evans comes from a 12-year career at Intel, where she was serving as Chief Strategy Officer. The company has 700 current employees and is valued at $3.2 billion after a $500 million funding round in July.  Evans replaces former Zoox CEO and co-founder Tim Kentley-Klay, who left the company last year u...
Tags: Trends, Intel, Evans, INTC, Google Pixel, Foster City California, Aicha Evans, Zoox, Tim Kentley Klay, Kentley Klay, Carl Bass Zoox


Intel's Software Guard caught asleep at its post: Patch out now for SGX give-me-admin hole

Chipzilla adds to IT admins security update load While admins were busy wrangling with the mass of security patches from Microsoft, Adobe, and SAP last week, Intel slipped out a fix for a potentially serious flaw in its Software Guard Extensions (SGX) feature.…
Tags: Microsoft, Intel, Software, Sap, Chipzilla, Intel s Software Guard


Driverless Car Startup Zoox Taps Former Intel's Exec as New CEO

Evans spent 12 years at Intel, and was most recently a senior vice president and chief strategy officer at the giant chipmaker. Zoox raised an additional $500 million last July, giving it a $3.2 billion valuation at time.
Tags: Science, Intel, Evans, Zoox


Driverless Car Startup Zoox Taps Former Intel Exec as New CEO

Evans spent 12 years at Intel, and was most recently a senior vice president and chief strategy officer at the giant chipmaker. Zoox raised an additional $500 million last July, giving it a $3.2 billion valuation at time.
Tags: Science, Intel, Evans, Zoox, Intel Exec


These AI-powered cameras can sense poachers and save wildlife

Animal poaching is on the rise as people find interest in ivory, fur, skins and more for their financial value. Previous technologies have tried to capture poachers in the act, but often failed because the poachers could ping cell towers and find (and avoid) the tracking technology. Now, Intel is debuting a smart system of cameras that relies on radio frequencies and artificial intelligence to catch the criminals and save the wildlife. We gave this technology a go at CES 2019, and here is how i...
Tags: Design, Intel, Botswana, TrailGuard, Congo Intel


Apple Wanted To Use Qualcomm Chips For Its 2018 iPhones, But Qualcomm Refused Because of Companies' Licensing Dispute

Apple's operating chief said on Monday that Qualcomm refused to sell its 4G LTE processors to the company due to the companies' licensing dispute. According to CNET, that decision "had a ripple effect on how quickly Apple can make the shift to 5G." From the report: Qualcomm continues to provide Apple with chips for its older iPhones, including the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple COO Jeff Williams testified Monday during the US Federal Trade Commission's trial against Qualcomm. But it won't provide Ap...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Williams, US District Court, Qualcomm, Cnet, Jeff Williams, Ftc, San Jose California, US Federal Trade Commission


Wiliot nabs $30M from Amazon, Avery Dennison, Samsung for a chip that runs on power from ambient radio frequencies

As we continue the quest for better and more efficient sources of energy to link up our connected world, companies that are developing new power solutions are attracting attention. Today, a startup called Wiliot, which makes semiconductors that harness ambient nanowatts of electromagnetic energy from cellular, WiFi and Bluetooth networks to work without batteries or other traditional wired power sources, announced that it has closed a $30 million round of funding. The backers are a notable mix o...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Europe, Hardware, France, Funding, Israel, Samsung, Tech, Intel, San Diego, Qualcomm, Sigfox, Avery Dennison, Tamir, Wiliot


In CEO Search, Intel Still Hasn’t Found What It’s Looking For

Intel directors have ruled out some candidates for the vacant chief executive officer post, passed up obvious ones, been rejected by some and decided to go back and re-interview others, extending the search, according to people familiar with the process. Chairman Andy Bryant told some employees recently that the chipmaker may go with a "non-traditional" candidate, suggesting a CEO from outside the company is a possibility. The new CEO will have to convince investors that Intel’s loss of manufa...
Tags: Science, Intel, Andy Bryant


A Trump deepfake leaked onto national TV, new TensorFlow tidbits, and more (the register)

Plus: More info on Intel's NNP chip Roundup  Hello, welcome back to the AI roundup. Here’s a short list of what’s been happening so far since the Christmas and New Year break.… [Author: Katyanna Quach]
Tags: News, Intel, Trump, Katyanna Quach, NNP


Top Intel Dem: US government 'does not know' what Trump and Putin discussed

The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee bemoaned on Sunday that the US government does not know what President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed last year at their summit in Helsinki, Finland.
Tags: Putin, Vladimir Putin, US, Intel, Cnn, Donald Trump, Senate Intelligence Committee, Trump


Top Intel Dem: We don't know what Trump and Putin discussed

The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee bemoaned on Sunday that the US government does not know what President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed last year at their summit in Helsinki, Finland.
Tags: News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, US, Intel, Stories, Donald Trump, Senate Intelligence Committee, Trump