Archive for the ‘Intel’ Category

Intel today announced its new 11th Gen processors as well as a new logo. That logo is probably going to catch a lot of people out, too. It’s very…bland.

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Intel will be announcing “something big” at a September event, and it’s likely to be about the 11th gen Tiger Lake processors. Here are the details.

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Intel has shared new Thunderbolt 4 details for launch later this year. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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If you’re waiting for Thunderbolt 4, then we might have some good news for you, with Intel having confirmed that it will debut alongside the new Tiger Lake processors that will be used in notebook computers later this year.

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Intel has announced new 10th gen. 45W mobile CPUs will be coming soon, with Tiger Lake with Xe Graphics to arrive later. Here are the details.

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Apple has moved closer to taking over Intel’s model business for almost $1 billion. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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After Google, Intel, Qualcomm and other chipmakers have decided to cut supply to Huwaei following the recent ban of the chinese company by the US government. Here are the details.

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Apple was apparently in talks to buy Intel’s 5G modem business, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. Intel seemingly abruptly left the market when Apple and Qualcomm settled their respective differences recently.

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Intel has officially announced that it’s exiting development of 5G modems for smartphones. Here are the details.

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A new report takes a look at what 2019 has in store for Intel and, importantly, what its chips could mean for the Apple’s Mac line.

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A new press release has Intel apparently getting ready to have its chips in a state that can be tested in upcoming (possibly 2020) iPhones ahead of schedule, in second half of 2019.

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Intel has officially taken the wraps off a bevy of new CPUs that are specifically designed for low power laptops, making them ideal for use in the MacBook and MacBook Air, should Apple decide to use them.

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