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Category / Intel

Intel’s graphics driver update makes laptop gaming way better

Intel has updated its graphics control software, and it’s getting a significant boost. The update will include an automatic optimization tool that will make it easier than ever to play games with integrated graphics, PCWorld reports.  Playing games on a computer without a standalone graphics card (including the vast majority of laptops) is often a...CONTINUE READING

Intel’s Spectre patch is so busted, the company is telling customers not to use it

Remember Spectre and Meltdown? The two recently disclosed vulnerabilities affecting all kinds of computer processors represented a huge threat to consumers and businesses around the globe. Thankfully, Intel offered up a partial fix — so all good, right? Well, not exactly. You see, it turns out the patch that was issued by Intel has a...CONTINUE READING

Intel’s self-driving powerhouse group adds another major carmaker

One of the biggest alliances in the race to develop self-driving cars just got even stronger by adding another key member.  The autonomous development group spearheaded by Intel, Mobileye and BMW Group announced today that it will add Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to its ranks. FCA is the parent company behind instantly recognizable auto brands...CONTINUE READING

CES lost power, so of course companies are throwing shade on Twitter

CES, the world’s largest trade show, brings together the world’s innovators, influencers, and enthusiasts to demo and drool. It’s happening this week at showrooms across Las Vegas.  Also, its power just went out. Awesome.  While they wait in the dark for the fun to resume, tech brands have had to find ways to make their...CONTINUE READING
Category:Ces, Intel, Lenovo, Sony, Tesla

Here’s how ‘Meltdown’ and ‘Spectre’ got those terrifying names

Meltdown and Spectre. Spectre, and Meltdown. The two vulnerabilities, both affecting computer processors across the globe, were disclosed on Jan. 3 and in the process sent manufactures scrambling to answer whether or not their operating systems, laptops, cloud computers, and smartphones are safe from hackers. But another, less technical, question presents itself: just how did...CONTINUE READING

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anna Kendrick and more celebs 'audition' to be Stephen Hawking's new voice

Stephen Hawking’s synthesized voice is perhaps just as famous as his brilliant mind. The theoretical physicist and cosmologist has “spoken” using the same Intel-made computer system for the past two decades. Now, however, Hawking says he’s ready for a replacement. SEE ALSO: Stephen Hawking has a message for Trump: Don’t ignore climate change In a...CONTINUE READING

What you need to know about the Intel class-action lawsuits over Meltdown and Spectre

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. With the tech world still reeling from the revelations about the serious Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities to central processing units (CPUs), the first class-action lawsuits have been filed, just like...CONTINUE READING
Category:Intel, Lawsuit, Spectre, Tech

Here’s what every Chrome user should do in the wake of #Spectre

The new year kicked off with a bang on Jan. 3 when security researchers revealed two major software vulnerabilities that affect, to some extent, most types of computer processors on the planet. Laptops, desktops, Chromebooks, smartphones, and enterprise machines are all potentially at risk, theoretically allowing attackers exploiting what have been dubbed Meltdown and Spectre...CONTINUE READING
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