Intel Quietly Threatens Microsoft, Qualcomm Over x86 Emulation

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Intel isn’t taking news of Qualcomm and Microsoft’s intent to emulate x86 lying down. The CPU manufacturer has made it clear that it intends to take legal action to stop unauthorized emulation practices.

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Apple’s iMac Pro Is a Workstation-Class System With Intel CPUs, AMD graphics

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Apple’s new iMac Pro will feature Intel Xeons and AMD’s Vega GPU, start at $5,000, and be available in December 2017. It’s easily the most powerful all-in-one we’ve ever seen, but the price tag for that final configuration remains unknown.

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Intel Announces New Core X-Series, Including 18-Core i9 CPU

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At Computex in Taipei, Intel has unveiled the updated Core X-Series with a flagship Core i9 CPU. The top-of-the-line Core i9 has an incredible 18 physical cores with Hyper-Threading for a total of 36 threads.

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Rumor: Intel Planning 12-Core Core i9 CPUs to Challenge AMD’s Ryzen

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Intel is supposedly prepping a 12-core CPU to take on AMD’s Ryzen, but the leaked details don’t cleanly match any existing core architecture Intel has previously fielded.

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Itanium’s Last Hurrah: Intel Releases the Itanium 9700 Series as the CPU Finally, Officially Dies

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Today, Intel launched its last Itanium processors. Nearly twenty years after his announcement, the company’s EPIC adventure is finally dead.

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Foundry Futures: TSMC, Samsung, GlobalFoundries, and Intel Gear Up For 7nm and Beyond

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Samsung, TSMC, GlobalFoundries, and Intel all have major technology ramps scheduled for the next four years. Here’s what is coming down the pipe.

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Major Intel Security Flaw Is More Serious Than First Thought

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Last week, Intel disclosed a serious security flaw that could be used to gain remote access to business computers without the OS ever knowing such access had occurred. Now we know the situation is even worse than we thought.

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Intel Responds to Core i7-7700K Overheating Issue, Cluelessly Suggests We Stop Overclocking

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Some owners of Intel Core i7-7700 and 7700K chips have been complaining for months about mysterious temperature spikes, and now Intel has responded. However, that response was little more than canned PR nonsense, which has served only to further enrage affected users.

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Intel Rebrands Xeon Line, Announces New Chips Based on Skylake

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Intel has reorganized its Xeon product line and is adding Skylake processors. Is this how the chip giant plans to take on AMD?

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Rumor: Intel Will Launch Coffee Lake, Basin Falls Earlier Than Expected

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Intel may be considering pulling in its upcoming HEDT and desktop refreshes. Current rumors suggest next-generation high-end desktop chips will be demoed at Computex, with Coffee Lake launching six months earlier than previously expected.

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It’s the end of an era as Intel cancels its Intel Developer Forum, effective immediately

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After nearly 20 years, Intel is cancelling its Intel Developer Forum conferences. The company has not announced what event or events will take their place.

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Intel claims three-year advantage on 10nm, wants to change how we define process nodes

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Intel held a technology day this week to discuss the future of its 10nm designs and to call for a new way of defining process nodes. 10nm is shaping up to be a significant advance, but it may be a few years before every market segment shares in the improvements.

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Intel claims three-year advantage on 10nm, wants to redefine process nodes

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Intel held a technology day this week to discuss the future of its 10nm designs and to call for a new way of defining process nodes. 10nm is shaping up to be a significant advance, but it may be a few years before every market segment shares in the improvements.

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Intel True VR shoots and scores with March Madness coverage

Fox News decided to review Intel True VR to see if it’s worth the price of admission for what’s believed to be the first-ever virtual tickets to a sporting event.

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Razer launches refreshed Blade Pro with THX support, Kaby Lake processors

Razer has refreshed its top-end Razer Blade Pro with 7th-generation Intel chips and mobile THX certification.

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March Madness: NCAA harnesses Intel technology to broadcast games in VR

Tech giant Intel is ratcheting up the March Madness for basketball fans, offering an expanded field of games in virtual reality for the men’s NCAA tournament.

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Rumor: AMD may be planning a 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen titan to challenge Intel’s Broadwell-E, Skylake-X

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AMD may be planning a 16-core behemoth of a processor to take on Intel at the very top of its product stack.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/246232-rumor-amd-may-planning-16-core-32-thread-ryzen-titan-challenge-intels-broadwell-e-skylake-x?source=Computing

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Intel launches its first Optane SSD, the DC P4800X

Intel has launched its first server-class Optane hardware — the DC P4800X.

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Intel Bets $15.3B on Mobileye's Self-Driving Car Tech


Intel has agreed to acquire Mobileye, a developer of autonomous vehicle technology, for $15.3 billion in cash. Intel will integrate Mobileye’s computer vision and mapping technology for autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles into its Automated Driving Group, to be led by MobileEye CTO Amnon Shashua. Intel SVP Doug Davis will oversee engagement across various Intel groups, and report directly to Shashua. The combined company will be the leading technology provider in the autonomous vehicle industry, said Intel CEO Brian Krzanich.

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Intel buys Mobileye for $15 billion to lead its self-driving car unit

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Self-driving vehicles are definitely the new semiconductor goldrush, with Intel snapping up Mobileye after Qualcomm acquired NXP.

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