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CFIUS wants time to evaluate the potential national security impacts of Chinese company Broadcom buying Qualcomm before investors vote on directors.
After a rocky start, Microsoft begins re-issuing patches that include Intel firmware patches for the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws.
The move to Tsinghua Unigroup should help Intel gain better access to the Chinese market. Intel ranks sixth globally among NAND memory chip manufacturers.
The deal puts to work PTC's integration and consulting talent alongside its ThingWorx Industrial Innovation Platform and Samsung's ARTIK Smart IoT Platform.
The Vive Business Edition headset will enable enterprises to develop training applications that allows workers to interact in a virtual world that mimics situations they will face in the real work.
Design Tech is a tuition-free, ninth grade-through-12th grade charter school that incorporates technology, design thinking and problem solving skills to help students prepare for successful careers.
The supply of server DRAM has not kept up with demand, even though suppliers have assigned more capacity to their server product lines. Large data center projects in North America have contributed to the strong demand, researcher said.
At an international press event, the company offered insights into early-stage use cases for 5G chips, chipsets and modems; revealed an international group of 18 telecom partners who are updating their systems in anticipation of the new hardware; and previewed a new set of 5G wireless services.
New apps for Windows 10-based devices and iPhones connecting Prysm to employees, regardless of device preference or location.
Former Intel President Renee James is heading up Ampere, which is using the Arm architecture for processors aimed at private and public clouds.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The normal practice in most companies is to plan for a three to four year lifespan when budgeting for replacement computers, but suppose you don’t need to replace them?