Tags » Intel

It looks like Intel has a real Ryzen to worry

AMD’s second-generation Ryzen chips are already here. They’re significantly faster than their predecessors and just as affordable. In short, they’re even better Intel CPU alternatives and real reasons to worry for the king of the computer processor market. 412 more words


ZTE banned from purchasing US technology for 7 years.

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) imposed a denial of export privileges against ZTE, composed of Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation, of Shenzhen, China (“ZTE Corporation”) and ZTE Kangxun Telecommunications Ltd. 197 more words

Icon-Intel deal is start of something really remarkable

Icon recently signed a deal with Intel where former will use latter’s Artificial intelligence portal for remote patient clinical trials.

Deal is considered one of the major milestone for CRO fraternity as it involves analytical platform that links data from multiple sensors and wearables, analyse collected data & provide real time insights to end users. 108 more words

Medical Device Trends

Q-ANON~ INTEL UPDATE 18th April 2018 ~ Good vs Evil is real # Criminal referral # How rare are engine fires?Are You Awake?

April Arrests ? Well ….. We’re Waitin !  As May Flowers are yet to bloom…POTUS and the MILITARY take the Washington swamp down – and then PEDOVORES-R-NEXT ! 284 more words


Intel is giving up on its smart glasses

(Source: www.theverge.com)

Intel has confirmed that it plans to shut down the New Devices Group (NDG) and cease development on the Vaunt smart glasses project we revealed earlier this year… 374 more words


Inside AMD's Ryzen Revamp: Second Generation Chip Is Faster and Cheaper

When Advanced Micro Devices debuted the first of its new Ryzen PC processor chips last February, the company touted the product line as considerably faster than Intel chips at the same price. 776 more words


Intel Is Killing Its Google Glass-Like Project, Vaunt

If you were desperately looking forward to trying Intel’s non-dorky Vaunt smart glasses, then you’d better sit down for this: the project’s off.

While Google Glass inspired the term “glasshole” thanks to its awkward, invasive appearance, Vaunt—known internally at Intel as “Superlight”—was supposed to look like a plain old pair of spectacles, discreetly projecting images onto the user’s eyeball. 177 more words