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AMD vs Intel 2020: Who Makes the Best CPUs? (tom's hardware)

We wade into the endless debate: Who makes the best CPU, AMD or Intel?
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Protests erupt in Belarus after longtime dictator wins another "election"

The official result of Belarus's presidential election was never in doubt, with President Aleksandr Lukashenko often described as "Europe's last dictator" and opposition ruthlessly suppressed. But it's clear yesterday's poll—officially won with 79% of the vote—went as badly for him as it could have, with protestors swarming into the streets as soon as the cooked numbers were announced. Earlier, the central election commission said Lukashenko, in power for more than a quarter of a century, won 8...
Tags: Europe, Post, Politics, News, Intel, Belarus, Minsk, Lukashenko, Aleksandr Lukashenko, Thomas van Linge, Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, Tikhanouskaya, Minsk Best, Tadeusz Giczan, Hanna Liubakova


Should the U.K. Government Form a Coalition to Buy ARM?

With SoftBank's Masayoshi Son trying to sell ARM, a columnist for the Observer newspaper has a suggestion for the U.K. government (and specifically Brexit Tories), calling the Cambridge-based company "a kind of public-interest commercial company: licensing state-of-the art instruction sets that can be implemented in silicon architecture by everyone. It was in nobody's pocket." Its business, as its chief founder, Tudor Brown, acknowledges, relied on it never betraying its neutrality... A future ...
Tags: Google, China, Softbank, Tech, Intel, Canada, Britain, Cambridge, Nvidia, Silicon Valley, Johnson, Huawei, Brexit, Cummings, Masayoshi Son, Observer


Linus Torvalds: Linux 5.8 "One of our Biggest Releases of All Time"

This week saw the release Linux 5.8, which Linus Torvalds called "one of our biggest releases of all time," reports TechRepublic: The new version of the Linux kernel brings a number of updates to Linux 5.7 spanning security, core components, drivers, memory management, networking and improvements to the kernel's design, amongst others. This includes updates for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualization platform, Intel Tiger Lake Thunderbolt support, improvements to Microsoft's exFAT file system, and su...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Intel, Linux, Linus Torvalds, Torvalds


Huawei Has About a Month Before It Runs Out of Smartphone Chips

The Trump administration’s sanctions are hitting Huawei hard, and the Chinese tech giant now says it will run out of processors chips for its smartphones by September without access to U.S. venders, according to a weekend Associated Press report.Read more...
Tags: Science, Privacy, China, Samsung, Intel, Associated Press, Huawei, Qualcomm, Trump, Privacy And Security


Dell Canada Weekly Coupons & Deals: $730 on the Latitude 3410 Laptop + More Offers

Dell Canada has a great Daily Deals available now, where you can save up to 60% off select Laptops, Desktops, Servers, and Electronics. DELL TECHNOLOGIES COUPONS – Valid until  August 13, 2020, at 11:59 pm ET: Save an EXTRA 10% off Monitors with coupon code: 10%OFFMONITOR Save an EXTRA $15 off Electronics & Accessories with coupon code: $15OFF$199+ Save $50 on select Dell Canada Desktop and Laptop Systems for Work when you spend under $899 with coupon code SAVE50SBAFFFY21Q2 Save $100 on select...
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Will We Someday Write Code Just By Describing It?

Using millions of programs in online repositories, Intel, Georgia Tech, and MIT researchers created a tool called MISIM (Machine Inferred code Similarity) with a database of code scored by the similarity of its outcomes to suggest alternatives (and corrections) to programmers. The hope is "to aid developers with nitty-gritty choices like 'what is the most efficient way to use this API' or 'how can I correctly validate this input',"Ryan Marcus, scientist at Intel Labs, told ZDNet. "This should ...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Mit, Alexa, Zdnet, Intel Labs, Intel Georgia Tech, Ryan Marcus, Justin Gottschlich, Gottschlich


First Tiger Lake SBCs emerge

Aaeon and Kontron are prepping 3.5-inch SBCs — and Advantech will offer a 2.5-incher — that debut Intel’s 11th Gen, 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs. The 15-28W TDP Tiger Lake offers better graphics than Ice Lake, including support for up to 4x 4K displays. Intel’s recent announcement of an additional six months delay in delivering 7nm […]
Tags: Intel, Linux, Advantech, Kontron, Ice Lake


Top Stories: New 27-Inch iMac, macOS Big Sur Public Beta, No Microsoft xCloud for iOS

This week saw some big developments on both the hardware and software fronts, led by a significant update to the 27-inch iMac (but no redesign yet, unfortunately) and the launch of public beta testing for macOS Big Sur. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Other significant news this week included controversy over Apple's decision not to allow Microsoft's xCloud streaming game service on iOS, another beta of iOS 14, and Phil Schiller stepping down as Apple's market...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, Top Stories, Amd, Facetime, Phil Schiller, MacRumors YouTube, Schiller, Greg Joswiak, MacRumors Newsletter Each, SVP Apple


‘I Don’t Care’: Trump Responds To Intel That Russia Is Working To Get Him Elected Again

Trump insists he's the last person Russia would want to see in the White House.
Tags: News, Russia, Intel, Trump


Should You Buy an Intel Mac or Wait?

Apple launched what very well may be the last Intel iMac this week, and while we haven’t had nearly enough time with it for a full review yet, early benchmark results reveal an absolute beast of a machine (even if our review unit is loaded with enough stuff to bring the price up to a whopping $4,500). If your old iMac…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Intel, Macs, Intel Macs, Intel Mac, Arm Macs


Intel to release Atom “Grand Ridge” chip with 24 cores, PCIe 4.0 and DDR5

Intel is working on a 24-core Atom "Grand Ridge" chip designed for micro-servers, NAS, network infrastructure hardware, and cellular base-stations The post Intel to release Atom “Grand Ridge” chip with 24 cores, PCIe 4.0 and DDR5 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, Nas, All News, Hardware News, Intel Atom, Grand Ridge, Atom Grand Ridge


Wendell Brooks has resigned as president of Intel Capital

When Wendell Brooks was promoted to president of Intel Capital, the investment arm of the chip giant, in 2015, he knew he had big shoes to fill. He was taking over from Arvind Sodhani, who had run the investment component for 28 years since its inception. Today, the company confirmed reports that Brooks has resigned that role. “Wendell Brooks has resigned from Intel to pursue other opportunities. We thank Wendell for all his contributions and wish him the best for the future,” a company sp...
Tags: Enterprise, Ipo, Tech, Intel, Venture Capital, Chips, Intel Capital, Brooks, Lin, Wendell, Personnel, Anthony Lin, Wendell Brooks, Corporate Investment Arms, Executive Turnover, Arvind Sodhani


Intel officials tell Congress that Russia is spreading false information about Biden

US intelligence officials have presented information to lawmakers and presidential campaigns indicating Russia is behind an ongoing disinformation push targeting former Vice President and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Tags: News, Congress, Russia, US, Joe Biden, Intel, Stories, Biden


Intel, ARM, IBM, AMD Processors Vulnerable to New Side-Channel Attacks

It turns out that the root cause behind several previously disclosed speculative execution attacks against modern processors, such as Meltdown and Foreshadow, was misattributed to 'prefetching effect,' resulting in hardware vendors releasing incomplete mitigations and countermeasures. Sharing its findings with The Hacker News, a group of academics from the Graz University of Technology and [Author: [email protected] (Ravie Lakshmanan)]
Tags: Tech, Intel, Hacker News, Graz University of Technology, Ravie Lakshmanan


Massive 20GB Intel IP Data Breach Floods the Internet, Mentions Backdoors (slashdot)

FallOutBoyTonto writes: A leaker today posted on Twitter a link to a file sharing service that contains what an anonymous source claims is a portion of Intel's crown jewels: A 20GB folder of confidential Intel intellectual property. The leaker dubbed the release the "Intel exconfidential Lake Platform Release ;)" The folder has been posted by an anonymous source that claims more is coming soon, and while we don't know the exact specifics of the folder's contents, we have verified that it does ex...
Tags: News, Intel, FSP, Msmash, FallOutBoyTonto, SpaceX Schematics Docs Tools Firmware, Intel Trace Hub, Elkhart Lake Silicon Reference


Intel, ARM, IBM, AMD Processors Vulnerable New Side-Channel Attacks

It turns out that the root cause behind several previously disclosed speculative execution attacks against modern processors, such as Meltdown and Foreshadow, was misattributed to 'prefetching effect,' resulting in hardware vendors releasing incomplete mitigations and countermeasures. Sharing its findings with The Hacker News, a group of academics from the Graz University of Technology and [Author: [email protected] (Ravie Lakshmanan)]
Tags: Tech, Intel, Hacker News, Graz University of Technology, Ravie Lakshmanan


Foreshadow returns to the foreground: Secrets-spilling speculative-execution Intel flaw lives on, say boffins

A misunderstanding about the vulnerability means defenses fall short Some of the boffins who in 2018 disclosed the data-leaking speculative-execution flaws known as Spectre and Meltdown today contend that attempts to extinguish the Foreshadow variant have missed the mark.…
Tags: Intel, Software


Daily Crunch: Twitter and Facebook take action against Trump

Facebook and Twitter are taking a stronger stand against pandemic misinformation, we preview the latest version of macOS and a mental health startup raises $50 million. Here’s your Daily Crunch for August 6, 2020. The big story: Twitter, Facebook take action against Trump misinformation Facebook and Twitter both took action against a post from President Donald Trump and his campaign featuring a clip from a Fox News interview in which he misleadingly described children as “almost immune” to...
Tags: Apple, Social, Facebook, Twitter, UK, US, Tech, Intel, Policy, Fox News, Philadelphia, Michigan, Donald Trump, Venrock, Trump, Twitter Facebook


Someone Leaked a Bunch of Confidential Intel Documents

Earlier today, a Twitter user leaked 20GB worth of confidential Intel documents stored on a file-sharing service—documents that the Twitter user claims they received from an anonymous hacker. According to the leaker, the folder contains classified information under NDA, and the hacker who provided the documents to…Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Intel, Hacking, NDA, Privacy And Security


Big Sur, macOS 11, refreshes the design and ultimately enhances the Mac

The Mac is getting a big upgrade with Big Sur (macOS 11) this fall. It's arguably the biggest change since the original macOS and lays the groundwork for Apple Silicon, an Apple-made chip that will replace Intel in Macs.
Tags: Intel, Cnn, Apple Silicon an Apple


Choice Finally Comes to 5G Laptops as Mediatek Start Making Modems

Late last year, Intel sold off its smartphone modem business to Apple for around $1 billion, but that still left Intel with the problem of figuring out how to add 5G connectivity to its laptop and PC business. So in an effort to support next-gen connectivity, Intel has teamed up with MediaTek to bring 5G to a wider …Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Intel, Laptops, 5g, Mediatek, Mediatek Start Making Modems


Massive 20GB Intel IP Data Breach Floods the Internet, Mentions Backdoors

FallOutBoyTonto writes: A leaker today posted on Twitter a link to a file sharing service that contains what an anonymous source claims is a portion of Intel's crown jewels: A 20GB folder of confidential Intel intellectual property. The leaker dubbed the release the "Intel exconfidential Lake Platform Release ;)" The folder has been posted by an anonymous source that claims more is coming soon, and while we don't know the exact specifics of the folder's contents, we have verified that it does ex...
Tags: Tech, Intel, FSP, FallOutBoyTonto, SpaceX Schematics Docs Tools Firmware, Intel Trace Hub, Elkhart Lake Silicon Reference, Intel Marketing Material Templates


Intel NDA blueprints – 20GB of source code, schematics, specs, docs – spill onto web from partners-only vault

Leaker only 'a bit concerned' about getting sued Updated Switzerland-based IT consultant Tillie Kottmann on Thursday published a trove of confidential Intel technical material, code, and documents related to various processors and chipsets.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Switzerland, Tillie Kottmann, Intel NDA


Intel NDA blueprints – 20GB of source code, schematics, specs, docs – spill onto web, Chipzilla denies hack

Leaker only 'a bit concerned' about getting sued Updated Swiss IT consultant Tillie Kottmann on Thursday published a trove of purportedly confidential Intel technical material, code, and documents related to various processors and chipsets.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Chipzilla, Tillie Kottmann, Intel NDA


Intel's internal blueprints – 20GB of source code, specs, docs – stolen by hacker, spill onto internet

Leaker blames chip-maker's security, is 'a bit concerned' about getting sued Swiss computer consultant Tillie Kottmann on Thursday published a trove of confidential Intel technical material, code, and documents related to various processors and chipsets.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Tillie Kottmann


macOS 11.0 Big Sur preview

I honestly can’t remember when I first started writing about the mobile creep in macOS. It has happened little by little, update after update. My earlier fears that it would fully surrender to the influence of iOS have thus far not come to fruition, but the iPhone’s operating system continues to be the clearest indicator of future desktop updates. It’s clear, of course, why one of Apple’s OSes would   borrow so liberally from another. The iPhone has been top dog at the company for well over ...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Apps, Tech, Intel, Notification Center, Launchpad, Control Center, Big Sur Apple


Intel could be working on Marvel’s ‘Avengers Edition’ desktop CPUs

Intel could be working on Marvel's 'Avengers Edition' desktop CPUs, as multiple SKUs leak across listings on Vietnamese PC retailer websites The post Intel could be working on Marvel’s ‘Avengers Edition’ desktop CPUs appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Intel Core i9, Intel Avengers Edition


macOS Big Sur refreshes the design and ultimately enhances the Mac

The Mac is getting a big upgrade with Big Sur (macOS 11) this fall. It's arguably the biggest change since the original macOS and lays the groundwork for Apple Silicon, an Apple-made chip that will replace Intel in Macs.
Tags: Intel, Cnn, Apple Silicon an Apple


2020 27-Inch iMac Reviews: A Great Machine for Working From Home With Upgraded Camera, Speakers, Microphone and More

The 2020 27-inch iMac was announced earlier this week with updated 10th-generation Intel chips, new AMD 5000 graphics, a True Tone display, and an improved webcam, but unfortunately, the machine features no design changes. Apple began shipping ‌iMac‌ orders out earlier this week, and as the new devices arrive to customers, media sites have also released their own reviews. Many of the reviews have pointed out that the new ‌iMac‌ is great for working from home, highlighting the upgraded 1080p w...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Intel, Tom Hanks, MacBook Air, Gizmodo, Cnbc, iMac, Core Intel Core, Nano Texture Glass Apple, Joanna Nelius Gizmodo, Mary Spender