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Intel CEO loves software, PB&Js – PCWorld

Posted: Thursday, February 20, 2014

For decades, Intel chips would be unboxed and put straight into computers. But the chip maker is now trying to tie software closer to hardware before it starts producing chips, said CEO Brian Krzanich on Wednesday. “For companies like Intel that are for the most part hardware companies, we tend to use software as a driver for hardware, and we tend to think of software as helping drive [the] need…

Intel CEO loves software, PB&Js – PCWorld

Posted: Thursday, February 20, 2014

For decades, Intel chips would be unboxed and put straight into computers. But the chip maker is now trying to tie software closer to hardware before it starts producing chips, said CEO Brian Krzanich on Wednesday. “For companies like Intel that are for the most part hardware companies, we tend to use software as a driver for hardware, and we tend to think of software as helping drive [the] need…

PC GPU Market Bounces Back, With Nvidia Up and AMD Down – Forbes

Posted: Thursday, February 20, 2014

The PC as we know it is continues to flounder when analyzing year-over-year sales, but PC sales have increased 1.8% from Q3 2013 to Q4 2014. According to a new report from Jon Peddie Research, desktop graphic cards from AMD and Nvidia Nvidia continue to bolster the market. JPR, a research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia, issued a new report today highlighting some positive data points, alongside some…

Intel CEO loves software, PB&Js – PCWorld

Posted: Thursday, February 20, 2014

For decades, Intel chips would be unboxed and put straight into computers. But the chip maker is now trying to tie software closer to hardware before it starts producing chips, said CEO Brian Krzanich on Wednesday. “For companies like Intel that are for the most part hardware companies, we tend to use software as a driver for hardware, and we tend to think of software as helping drive [the] need…

Intel’s new Xeon server chip pushes Itanium closer to death’s door – PCWorld

Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

The end-of-life writing is on the wall for Intel’s high-end Itanium chip, with the launch this week of the high-performance usurper, the chip maker’s 15-core Xeon E7 v2 chip. Intel’s Itanium is found mostly in Hewlett-Packard servers running the HP-UX, OpenVMS or Linux operating systems. But the Xeon E7 v2 chip, which is based on the x86 instruction set architecture, is slowly encroaching on the market occupied by Itanium, with…

Intel stresses in-memory computing with 15-core server chip – PCWorld

Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Intel has added up to 15 cores in its latest Xeon E7 v2 family of server processors, but is stressing in-memory computing improvements with the latest chips. The latest Xeon E7-4800 v2 chips, which are based on the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture, will be Intel’s fastest server processors to date. The chips will go into high-uptime servers with up to 32 sockets, which typically handle enterprise applications such as databases, analytics…

Intel Overhauls High-End Server Chips – Wall Street Journal

Posted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO—Intel Corp. is overhauling the top end of its chip line for server systems, banking on an explosion of new applications that require heavy-duty data analysis. The Silicon Valley company on Tuesday is using an event here to unveil additions to its Xeon chip line that Intel says offer twice the average performance of prior models, while quadrupling their capacity to exchange data with other parts of a system….

Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

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AMD graphics card pricing skyrockets due to cryptocurrency mining, could kill … – ExtremeTech

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

Cryptocurrency-fueled demand has driven the price of AMD Radeon cards through the roof in recent weeks, and consumers are feeling the pinch. This is a trend we’ve remarked on several times in the past, but rocketing prices have hit new heights in recent days, with the price of the R9 290X briefly breaking $900 over the weekend. Considering the card carries an official $550 MSRP, that’s a massive 64% over…

Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

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Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

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Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

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Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

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Syrian Electronic Army hacks into Forbes.com – USA TODAY

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

This is the June 22, 2009, issue of Forbes magazine featuring Beyonce and the Celebrity 100.(Photo: Merlin) The Syrian Electronic Army, the cyber wing of Bashar al-Assad’s army, said it hacked Forbes.com website Friday, claiming it compromised user data, defaced webpages and posted a fake story to the site. A Forbes spokesperson Sunday confirmed that the site had been hacked and that some user data may have been compromised. In…

Intel Brushes Aside Rumor of 14nm ‘Broadwell’ Delay – PC Magazine

Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014

Intel on Thursday brushed aside a rumor that it is again delaying the release of its first 14-nanometer processors code named Broadwell. The rumor came from DigiTimes, which reported earlier this week that the first chips based on Intel’s new 14nm architecture would be delivered to computer makers in “limited volumes in the fourth quarter” instead of in the third quarter, as the tech site claimed Intel had…

Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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Intel Brushes Aside Rumor of 14nm ‘Broadwell’ Delay – PC Magazine

Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

Intel on Thursday brushed aside a rumor that it is again delaying the release of its first 14-nanometer processors code named Broadwell. The rumor came from DigiTimes, which reported earlier this week that the first chips based on Intel’s new 14nm architecture would be delivered to computer makers in “limited volumes in the fourth quarter” instead of in the third quarter, as the tech site claimed Intel had…

AMD Launches First ARM-based Server CPU – EE Times

Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

NEW YORK — AMD is rolling out its server CPU platform based on ARM’s 64-bit technology — the first of such collaboration between the two firms. The Opteron A1100 series chip, codenamed Seattle, is fabricated using 28-nm process technology, and the chip maker plans to sample it this quarter. In addition, AMD is planning to contribute to the Open Compute Project with a new micro-server design that utilizes the…

Intel’s Sharp-Eyed Social Scientist – New York Times

Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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Intel Brushes Aside Rumor of 14nm ‘Broadwell’ Delay – PC Magazine

Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

Intel on Thursday brushed aside a rumor that it is again delaying the release of its first 14-nanometer processors code named Broadwell. The rumor came from DigiTimes, which reported earlier this week that the first chips based on Intel’s new 14nm architecture would be delivered to computer makers in “limited volumes in the fourth quarter” instead of in the third quarter, as the tech site claimed Intel had…

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