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Intel’s Tiger Lake processors to stop some malware types in their tracks

Protection at the hardware level is more effective than leaving it to software to catch.

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Intel’s Project Athena aims to shape the notebooks of the future

The project aims to “Raise the bar on PC experiences” by improving on every facet of modern notebook design.

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Intel unveils new supercomputer hardware

Codenamed Ponte Vecchio, the 7nm GPU will feature in a supercomputer being built for the US government.

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Intel working to help datacentres process data faster

They are doing this with the development of the Compute Express Link standard.

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Microsoft protects its Surface notebooks from Meltdown & Spectre

The vulnerabilities are dubbed “Meltdown” and “Sceptre”, and experts have said they affect nearly all devices made in the last 20 years.

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Intel’s 8th-generation chips are almost here

On the 5th of October, Intel will officially launch its 8th-generation processors into retail and OEM.

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Intel’s drones are really taking off

Did you know that Intel has its fingers in the drone pie? Well, they do – and in a big way.

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Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud?

We look at the benefits and advantages of the three different cloud options available to business today.

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The Advances of Intel’s Kaby Lake Processors

Code-named Kaby Lake, these new chips bring with them a number of improvements over Intel’s 6th-gen Skylake processors.

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Hardware-based Security Is Essential to Thwarting Cyberattacks

Moving security mechanisms further down the stack is an effective way to reduce vulnerabilities.

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