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Microsoft's tiniest new Surface laptop has one big advantage over the pricier iPad Pro — but there are 2 key reasons why it's still not right for most people (MSFT)

Microsoft's Surface Go 2 is a great tablet for entertainment and light productivity, thanks to its small size and useful kickstand. But to get the most out of it as a work device, you need to spend extra to purchase the keyboard cover and upgrade the processor. It has an advantage over the pricier iPad Pro in that it runs a desktop operating system, making it easy to work as you normally would on a laptop. But overall, there are other Windows devices and Chromebooks around the same price range...
Tags: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mac, Trends, Intel, Netflix, Intel Core

New Noise-Resilient Attack On Intel and AMD CPUs Makes Flush-based Attacks Effective

Modern Intel and AMD processors are susceptible to a new form of side-channel attack that makes flush-based cache attacks resilient to system noise, newly published research shared with The Hacker News has revealed. The findings are from a paper "DABANGG: Time for Fearless Flush based Cache Attacks" published by a pair of researchers, Biswabandan Panda and Anish Saxena, from the Indian [Author: [email protected] (Ravie Lakshmanan)]
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, Hacker News, Ravie Lakshmanan, Modern Intel, Cache Attacks, Biswabandan Panda, Anish Saxena

Myriad X based AI accelerator module has a built-in 12MP, 4K camera

Luxonis is crowdfunding an open source, $169 “megaAI” AI acceleration and camera module with an up to 4-TOPS Intel Myriad X VPU, a USB 3.0 port, and a 12-megapixel, 4K camera. When Luxonis launched its Intel Movidius Myriad X DepthAI AI acceleration module last November, an external 4K camera was optional. Now, Luxonis has gone […]
Tags: Intel, Linux, Intel Myriad X VPU, Luxonis

Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro is the best work computer for Mac fans that don't want a huge laptop

  Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro now comes with the company's revamped Magic Keyboard, addressing its biggest drawback. It replaces Apple's trademark Butterfly keyboard, which feels flatter and stiffer in comparison and has been prone to malfunctions. Overall, the MacBook Pro is a solid choice for Mac fans that are looking to get some serious work done, but don't want a laptop that's as large as the 16-inch Pro. However, you'll have to spend extra money to get the newest processors from Inte...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Dell, Air, MacBook Air, Facetime, Macbook Pro, Magic Keyboard, Intel Core, MacBook Air The Touch Bar

HP ZBook Firefly Is an Extremely Portable Workstation (tom's hardware)

HP's ZBook Firefly is its most portable workstation ever, with Intel U-series processors and Nvidia Quadro graphics. [Author: Andrew E. Freedman]
Tags: News, Intel, Nvidia Quadro, Andrew E Freedman

Machine vision computer supports 5GBase-T cameras

Imago’s Linux-ready “VisionBox AGE-X5” computer has an Intel 6th Gen CPU plus 2x 5GbE ports for driving new 5GBase-T cameras. Also onboard: 2x GigE, 4x USB 3.0, DIO, LED controllers, and camera triggers. In recent years we have seen a growing number of embedded boards and systems with 2.5GbE and 10GbE ports, but no 5GbE […]
Tags: Intel, Linux, Imago, DIO LED

ThinkComputers Podcast #224

This week on the Podcast we talk about AMD’s Ryzen 3000 series refresh CPUs, Intel buying Rivet Networks, when to expect Big Navi and Ampere GPUs, and much… The post ThinkComputers Podcast #224 appeared first on
Tags: Podcast, Tech, Intel, Tech News, EKWB, MSI, Amd, NUC, Pac-Man, Intel NUC, ThinkComputers Podcast, NAVI, Ryzen Refresh, Big Navi, Nvidia Ampere, Rivet Networks

The best Apple deals — save $150 on Beats Studio 3 wireless noise cancelling headphones

  So far in May, we've seen $300 knocked off of the latest Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro in a variety of configurations, even the most powerful model that runs on Intel's Core i9 chip. Some older deals are still going strong, like the Beats Studio 3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones that are still $150 off, bringing down their price from $350 to $200. We've spotted other deals on Apple computers, headphones, and iPhone cases. We'll inevitably spot more soon, and we'll update this list when we ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Trends, Nike, Intel, Amd, Micro Center, Gpu, Max, Powerbeats, Core i5, MacBook Pro Space Gray Apple

Stealthy-looking Intel box CPU coolers now included with Comet Lake CPUs

Intel made a silent move to improve the aesthetics of its box CPU coolers. Hardware reviewers in China and Vietnam purchased a Comet Lake-based Core i7-10700 processor. Quite surprisingly, Intel made a minor change to its ancient-looking box coolers. Intel never really said or showcased this in any of its marketing material. They silently slipped it in.  The post Stealthy-looking Intel box CPU coolers now included with Comet Lake CPUs appeared first on
Tags: China, Intel, All News, Hardware News, Vietnam, Stock Cooler, Intel News, Comet Lake, LGA 115x, LGA 1200, Box cooler, Core i7-10700, Intel Stock Cooler

3 ways Apple’s new ARM processors could transform how MacBooks are designed

Apple may soon ditch Intel chips in its laptops, which could change several things for the better.
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Macbook, Computing, ARM

Built-in Tile is one of my favorite laptop features to ever exist

Tile and Intel are working on tracking features in laptops. It's quickly becoming a must-have feature.
Tags: Trends, Hp, Intel, Macbook, Computing, Tile, Find My, Elite Dragonfly

Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy secretive self-driving car company Zoox for less than $3.2 billion

Amazon is in late-stage talks to acquire US self-driving car company Zoox, the Wall Street Journal reports. The deal would expand Amazon's move into robotics and autonomous driving. The Journal reported that the deal, if it happens, would value Zoox at less than its most recent valuation of $3.2 billion. Zoox has suggested it is in talks with multiple potential buyers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon is in late-stage discussions to acquire secretive self-driving car...
Tags: Amazon, US, Trends, Intel, Evans, Journal, Aurora, Foster City California, Aicha Evans, Mark Matousek, Qatalyst Partners, Zoox, Tim Kentley Klay, Zoox the Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal Zoox, Business Insider s Mark Matousek

Supercomputer Simulates the Impact of the Asteroid That Wiped Out Dinosaurs

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: Some 66 million years ago, an asteroid hit the Earth on the eastern coast of modern Mexico, resulting in up to three quarters of plant and animal species living on the planet going extinct -- including the dinosaurs. Now, a team of researchers equipped with a supercomputer have managed to simulate the entire event, shedding light on the reasons that the impact led to a mass extinction of life. The simulations were carried out by scientists at Imper...
Tags: London, Mexico, Tech, Intel, Earth, Yucatan Peninsula, University of Leicester, Imperial College, Zdnet, Chicxulub, Hewlett Packard Enterprise The

Tiger Lake-U NUC 11 Extreme clocked up to 4.4GHz, features GTX 1660 Ti

Not much is known about the development of Intel NUCs. But 3DMark listed a NUC 11 Extreme device in its public database. This unit has a quad-core/ eight-thread Tiger Lake-U processor. Impressively, it is paired with a GeForce 1660 Ti graphics card. It is paired with 8GB memory, most likely an LP-DDR4 in a SO-DIMM slot. The unnamed CPU has a base/ boost clock of 2.3/ 4.4 GHz. This CPU is expected to have a 28-watt TDP. The post Tiger Lake-U NUC 11 Extreme clocked up to 4.4GHz, features GTX 1660 ...
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Ti, NUC, Intel Leaks, Intel News, Inten NUC, NUC 11 Extreme, Panther Canyon, Phantom Canyon, Tiger Lake-U

Linus Torvalds swaps Intel for AMD Threadripper, very happy with the results

Linus Torvalds made a big reveal during his Linux Kernel 5.7 RC7 release. He revealed that he was moving on from Intel CPUs. He joked by saying he wasn't going towards ARM CPUs but revealed to have been relying on an AMD Threadripper CPU. The post Linus Torvalds swaps Intel for AMD Threadripper, very happy with the results appeared first on
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Linux, Amd, Linus Torvalds, 3rd Gen Threadripper, AMD News, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X

AMD Is Sticking With Its AM4 Socket and That's Great If You Want to Build a PC

It’s a small thing that only people building and upgrading their own PCs will appreciate but to the delight of AMD enthusiasts, the company recently announced that it would make its future Zen 3 architecture compatible with the older X470 and B450 motherboards, and it would be sticking with its AM4 socket too.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Zen, Intel, Motherboards, Amd, Cpus

AMD “Matisse Refresh” XT SKU Clock Speeds Surface

Just a couple of days ago we told you about AMD's "Matisse Refresh" XT CPUs to compete with Intel's 10th generation "Comet Lake" processors. We now have new information on their possible clocks speeds. The post AMD “Matisse Refresh” XT SKU Clock Speeds Surface appeared first on
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Amd, Processors, Cpus, Comet Lake, Matisse Refresh, Ryzen 5 3600XT, Ryzen 7 3800XT, Ryzen 9 3900XT, AMD Matisse Refresh

Linus Torvalds Dumps Intel For 32-core AMD Ryzen On His Personal PC

Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.7 rc7 today, saying it "looks very normal... none of the fixes look like there's anything particularly scary going on." But then he added something else: [T]he biggest excitement this week for me was just that I upgraded my main machine, and for the first time in about 15 years, my desktop isn't Intel-based. No, I didn't switch to ARM yet, but I'm now rocking an AMD Threadripper 3970x. My 'allmodconfig' test builds are now three times faster than they used to be,...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, TSMC, Linus Torvalds, Slashdot, Chipzilla, Torvalds, Intel Read, Linus Torvalds Dumps Intel

Linus Torvalds drops Intel and adopts 32-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper on personal PC

‘My 'allmodconfig' test builds are now three times faster than they used to be’ says Linux overlord Linux overseer Linus Torvalds has binned Intel on his personal PC and hinted that he hopes to one day run an ARM-powered desktop.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Linus Torvalds

Dell Canada Weekly Coupons & Deals: Save $560 on the Latitude 3500 Laptop + More Offers

Dell Canada has a great Daily Deals available now, where you can save up to 60% off select Laptops, Desktops, Servers, and Electronics. DELL TECHNOLOGIES COUPONS – Valid until  May 28, 2020, at 11:59 pm ET: Save an EXTRA 10% off Monitors with coupon code: 10%OFFMONITOR Save an EXTRA $15 off Electronics & Accessories with coupon code: $15OFF$199+ Save $50 on select Dell Canada Desktop and Laptop Systems for Work when you spend under $899 with coupon code SAVE50SBAFFFY21Q2 Save $100 on select De...
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Samsung's $8 billion semiconductor factory will challenge TSMC's dominance in the foundry market

Tech conglomerate Samsung broke ground on a semiconductor factory in Pyeongtaek, South Korea that will cost an estimated $8 billion to construct, according to the Financial Times. As part of Samsung's made-to-order foundry business, the facility will be used to manufacture high-performance processors for companies like Intel, which will have applications such as performing AI workloads for edge or cloud computing. Samsung will manufacture the processors using the latest 5nm standard based on Ex...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, US, Samsung, Trends, Intel, IEA, HPC, Huawei, TSMC, Financial Times, Amazon Google, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company TSMC, Pyeongtaek South Korea, Euv, The Korea Herald Samsung

HP 15.6″ Core i3 128GB SSD Laptop For $279 Shipped From Walmart

HP 15.6″ Core i3 128GB SSD Laptop For $279 Shipped From Walmart Processor: 10th Generation Intel Core i3-1005G1 Display: 15.6-inch diagonal HD, SVA, BrightView, micro-edge, WLED-backlit Memory: 4 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (1 x 4 GB) Internal storage: 128 GB SATA 3 M.2 SSD Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics Battery life: Up to 10 hours (video playback) […]
Tags: Deals, Walmart, Intel, Notebooks, Sata, GB Internal

Intel’s new i9-10900K—fast, yes; competitive, not so much (ars technica)

Enlarge / Intel's shiny new 5.3—ish, maybe, but probably not—GHz CPU is seen here running on a Gigabyte AORUS Z490 Master board, on a Praxis wetbench chassis, with the excellent NZXT Kraken fluid cooler. (credit: Jim Salter) We finally got our grubby paws on the flagship SKU of Intel's new Comet Lake desktop processors—the (sorta) 5.3GHz, (well over) 125W TDP i9-10900K. Intel's extremely lackluster performance marketing led us to believe the processor would probably be little if any improvemen...
Tags: Amazon, News, Samsung, Intel, Amd, PSU, Intel Core, Jim Salter, Amazon Price, Comet Lake, NZXT Kraken, Amazon GPU Intel, Amazon PSU, Amazon Chassis Praxis Wetbench

Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro powerhouse laptop is $300 off right now

  Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pros are powerhouse laptops designed for professionals who need the extra power in a portable package.  Various configurations of the 16-inch MacBook Pro are $300 off at B&H while supplies last.  That brings down the minimum price tag from $2,400 down to $2,100. Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pros are $300 off right now at B&H, which drops the $2,400 minimum price down to $2,100. In true Apple fashion, even a $300 discount doesn't make the 16-inch MacBook Pro much more aff...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Intel, Amd, Gpu, MacBook Pros, Silver Apple

Intel Tiger Lake leaked benchmarks shows double the GPU performance

We will be seeing notebooks with Intel Tiger Lake family of processors. Not a lot is known, but one of the appreciated developments is the on-chip graphics. Based on what is seen in the 3DMark benchmark, we could start keeping higher expectations for it.  The post Intel Tiger Lake leaked benchmarks shows double the GPU performance appeared first on
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Gpu, 3DMark, Ice Lake, Intel Leaks, 10nm, Intel News, AMD Renoir, Tiger Lake, Intel Tiger Lake, CPU graphics, notebook CPUs

Intel acquires Killer Ethernet maker Rivet Networks for Wi-Fi development

Intel made an announcement of its acquisition of the company 'Rivet Networks' which has 'Killer' aimed specifically towards Wi-Fi. The chipmaking giant made this purchase for an undisclosed sum to expand its Wi-Fi portfolio. The post Intel acquires Killer Ethernet maker Rivet Networks for Wi-Fi development appeared first on
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Wireless, Ethernet, Killer, Intel News, WiFi 6, 802.11 AX, Rivet Networks

Intel's 10th Gen Core Comet Lake-S Processors Debut: One Last Hurrah For 14nm

MojoKid writes: A couple of weeks back, Intel announced its 10th Gen Core desktop processors but today the embargo has been lifted on performance data. Intel's new 10th Gen Core series desktop chips are still based on the same architecture and leverage the same 14nm++ manufacturing process as their 9th Gen predecessors, but the company made numerous changes with Comet Lake-S in an attempt to deliver even more performance, efficiency, and value. A review of the new chips at HotHardware details fe...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, Comet Lake

Watch live: Man with no hands builds PC

Self-styled 'man with no hands' Humphrey Hanley is working with Intel to self build a state of the art Intel computer. His motto is 'no hand no excuses' and he will streaming the PC building live on Twitch today from 1pm to 5pm... [Author: [email protected]]
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Intel Core i5-10600K Processor Review

Today we are taking a look at the Core i5-10600K, which sits as the flagship or highest-core Core i5 part in the 10-series. It has a base clock of 4.1 GHz and the ability to boost up to 4.8 GHz with a TDP of 125W. The post Intel Core i5-10600K Processor Review appeared first on
Tags: Reviews, Review, Intel, Processors, CPU, Processor, Intel Core, Comet Lake, Comet Lake-S, i5-10600K, Core i5-10600K

ASRock Z490 PG Velocita Motherboard Review

A new member to the Phantom Gaming line is the new Z490 PG Velocita, which "Velocita" translates to speed. This board is ready for Intel's latest 10th generation processors with a heavy focus on VRM cooling, 12-phase power delivery system, 2.5 Gb/s LAN, of course RGB lighting, and the board is PCIe 4.0 ready for future Intel processors. The post ASRock Z490 PG Velocita Motherboard Review appeared first on
Tags: Reviews, Review, Intel, Motherboard, Motherboards, ASRock, Velocita, Phantom Gaming, Comet Lake, Z490, Intel Z490, Z490 PG Velocita, PG Velocita, PG Velocita Motherboard Review, Velocita Motherboard Review