Intel on Thursday announced the availability of its 3rd generation Xeon Scalable processors, touting the new wave as enabling the acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI) development.
US tech giant Intel Corp. is in “advanced talks” to acquire Israeli startup Moovit, a free, crowdsourced application that provides real-time information about public transportation schedules, for about $1 billion, the Israeli business daily Calcalist reported Sunday without saying where it got the information.
Intel has announced a flagship desktop processor it claims is the world’s fastest for gaming.
The 10th Gen Intel Core i9-10900K heads the company’s new S-series CPUs and features 10 core, 20 threads and is capable of running at up to 5.3GHz.
It features Intel’s thermal velocity boost technology, which gives gamers and creators an automatic boost across single- and multi-core workloads, plus enhanced core and memory overclocking, with easy to use features for users to control key system components.
Intel might be about to take yet another crushing blow to its processor business as Apple appears to be slowly (but surely) inching closer towards ditching its chips.
The Cupertino behemoth is planning to start selling computers with its own ARM-based processors as early as 2021, Bloomberg reports. The new chips will be based on the same designs underpinning the iPhone and the iPad, according to sources familiar with the matter.