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Intel puts back Spectre-NG CPU flaw patches to 21 May

Intel is expected to release patches for the latest Spectre chip vulnerabilities – dubbed ‘Spectre Next-Generation’ or ‘Spectre NG’ –  in just under two weeks.  According to German publication Heise, Intel asked the researchers who discovered the new flaws for more time. The company is believed to have set a date of 21 May after pushing back the release date from ... Read More »

Intel puts back Spectre-NG CPU flaw patches to 21 May

Intel is expected to release patches for the latest Spectre chip vulnerabilities – dubbed ‘Spectre Next-Generation’ or ‘Spectre NG’ –  in just under two weeks.  According to German publication Heise, Intel asked the researchers who discovered the new flaws for more time. The company is believed to have set a date of 21 May after pushing back the release date from ... Read More »

Intel puts back Spectre-NG CPU flaw patches to 21 May

Intel is expected to release patches for the latest Spectre chip vulnerabilities – dubbed ‘Spectre Next-Generation’ or ‘Spectre NG’ –  in just under two weeks.  According to German publication Heise, Intel asked the researchers who discovered the new flaws for more time. The company is believed to have set a date of 21 May after pushing back the release date from ... Read More »

Intel puts back Spectre-NG CPU flaw patches to 21 May

Intel is expected to release patches for the latest Spectre chip vulnerabilities – dubbed ‘Spectre Next-Generation’ or ‘Spectre NG’ –  in just under two weeks.  According to German publication Heise, Intel asked the researchers who discovered the new flaws for more time. The company is believed to have set a date of 21 May after pushing back the release date from ... Read More »

Qualcomm planning cost-saving exit from ARM server CPU development, according to reports

Qualcomm is considering giving up on developing ARM-based server CPUs just a year after pushing into the area.  That’s according to a report from Bloomberg, citing “people familiar with the situation”, who claim that Qualcomm is considering pulling out of a market already dominated by Intel and IBM. Qualcomm’s original push into the data centre world was prompted by a mission to get ... Read More »

Intel to stop production of Kaby-Lake X Core i CPUs just 11 months after introducing them

The Kaby Lake-X line of CPUs introduced by Intel just eleven months ago is to be discontinued.  The move was revealed in an Intel ‘product change notification’, which showed that Intel is planning to discontinue the Core i7-7740X and Core i5-7640X from 7 May, with a big shutdown happening in November and the last product discontinuation shipment slated for 31 ... Read More »

AMD launches low-power Ryzen 3 2200GE and Ryzen 5 2400GE with integrated Vega graphics

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Apple to dump Intel in 2020 to shift Macs to in-house designed ARM-based CPUs

Apple is to dump Intel and start using its own in-house designed CPUs in its Mac desktops and laptops from 2020, according to a new report.  Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman claims that the initiative, codenamed Kalamata, is in the “early developmental stages” but has already been approved by senior executives at the company. The report suggests that Apple could ship computers based ... Read More »

IBM thinks its 1mm² computer could lead to smart everything

Scientists at IBM have built a computer that is smaller than a grain of salt, which nevertheless has equivalent compute power to an x86 machine from the 1990s. That might not seem a lot when compared to the power of the latest smartphone chips, but it’s still pretty fast for a computer that you could lose in a cruet set. So ... Read More »

Intel preparing new 10nm processors, according to leak

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