Intel’s 2018 Roadmap Shows New High-End Cascade Lake-X Debuting Next Year

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Intel’s 2018 roadmaps show a new Cascade-X high-end CPU and a Gemini Lake Atom improvement that’s more than just a process shift. Meanwhile, Coffee Lake debuts across the product spectrum.

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Lowe's is building an exoskeleton that gives warehouse workers superhuman strength

The hame improvement store, Lowe’s. just unveiled its exoskeleton design. The company hopes the device will boost productivity and aid in overall ergonomics.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/16/lowes-is-building-exoskeleton-that-gives-warehouse-workers-superhuman-strength.html

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AMD Racks Up Ryzen Revenue, Narrows Q1 Loss

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AMD’s Q1 2017 results are in, and they show a dramatic improvement in the company’s overall position thanks to its new Ryzen CPU core.

The post AMD Racks Up Ryzen Revenue, Narrows Q1 Loss appeared first on ExtremeTech.

The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/248640-amd-racks-ryzen-revenue-narrows-q1-loss?source=Computing

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Macs may go even longer between revamps as Intel kills tick-tock

Article Image Already burdened with improvement cycles measured in years, Mac owners could soon find more room for despair, as Apple supplier and chipmaker extraordinaire Intel has announced that they will no longer follow their famous tick-tock development strategy.

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AMD claims it can deliver 25x energy efficiency improvement in the next six years

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AMD is claiming that it’ll offer a 25x performance-per-watt improvement by 2020. Is the company serious, or blowing smoke?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/184881-amd-claims-it-can-deliver-25x-energy-efficiency-improvement-in-the-next-six-years

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