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Intel announces new 3D NAND SSDs for client and enterprise

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Intel announces new 3D NAND SSDs for client and enterprise

Intel has just announced a range of 3D NAND SSDs targeted at both client and enterprise customers. 252 more words


ACPICA shipping acpidump.efi

In recent news on the ACPICA site is:

“AcpiDump for UEFI is now available at Downloads/uefi-support – 26 August, 2016 – 13:57”

The tool acpidump now targets UEFI, in addition to OSes. 88 more words

PeiBackdoor: new UEFI payload/backdoor tool

Dmytro Oleksiuk (aka Cr4sh) has created a new UEFI security researcher tool: PeiBackdoor, which hooks into the init code of UEFI. (PEI is the Pre-uEfi-Init phase, before all the UEFI protocols are in place, the init code of UEFI.) It uses Capstone, and requires Windows. 235 more words

"Save The Water Pipes" Project Wins Excellence Award in Final Round of IoT China Contest

The “Blue Team”, the team behind the “Save The Water Pipes” project, has returned home to the US after a successful trip to China. The… 2,409 more words


Get 44% Off Apple MacBook 13.3-Inch with Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM

Only $279.97! The New ASUS Transformer Pad is one of the best deals on Yugster right now. It’s a 10.1-inch mobile entertainment tablet with a vivid 1280 x 800 IPS display, the latest high-performance Intel BayTrail quad-core processor, and a lightweight optional keyboard dock with USB 2.0. 11 more words

Intel Joule

“Today during the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) opening keynote, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the Intel® Joule™ compute module, a high-performance developer platform with support for Intel® RealSense™ depth-sensing cameras, targeted at Internet of Things (IoT) developers, entrepreneurs and established enterprises. 197 more words

CHIPSEC ported to Apple Mac OS X!

Wow, CHIPSEC is ported to Mac OS X! This is great news for Mac owners! CHIPSEC requires a native kernel driver to support CHIPSEC’s HAL. Before this, there was only Linux and Windows HAL drivers for CHIPSEC, so Mac OS X users had to reboot with a Linux-based distro which had CHIPSEC (eg, LUV-live). 228 more words