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This Is Uncomfortable

What to do when a couple of security flaws are affecting almost every computer in the world

by David Brancaccio Jan 4, 2018
An analyst walks us through the Meltdown and Spectre bugs.
all is possible/visual hunt

Intel says Moore’s Law lives on

by Molly Wood Mar 29, 2017
The prediction that foreshadowed advancements in computing is here to stay, EVP says.
“I think the big impact of Moore's Law though is just that basic model of being able to double the capability every year or bring the cost down every year,” Stacy Smith of Intel says.
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ID theft protection company Lifelock bought by Symantec for $2.3 billion

by Adam Allington Nov 21, 2016
How worried are we about identity theft? Well, a fair amount, judging by a new acquisition that’s been announced. Cyber security giant Symantec is buying Lifelock — an ID protection company — for $2.3 billion. Among other things, Symantec makes…
The figure of Norton Fighter, a hero character symbolizing reliability of Symantec's Norton Products, is displayed in front of Makuhari Messe during the Tokyo Game Show 2008 at Makuhari Messe on October 9, 2008 in Chiba, Japan. 
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'Silicon Cowboys' documents rise of Compaq

by Molly Wood Mar 29, 2016
A look at the small Texas startup that took on IBM to become the largest computer company in the world.
The Compaq Computer team with the first Compaq portable computer. From L-R: Ken Roberts,  Jim Harris, Bill Murto, Steve Ullrich, Walt Russell, Rod Canion, Tim Tindle, John Reilly, Steve Flannigan, Guy Fielder, Gary Stimac, Bill Bray and Ted Papajohn.
Courtesy Compaq Computer Corporation

The many computers under the hood

by Ben Johnson Sep 25, 2015
As the VW emissions scandal illustrates, modern cars rely heavily on software.

Paul Ford on ‘What Is Code?’ and why we should care

by Molly Wood Jun 12, 2015
Most users don't know about programming. Ford wants to fix that.

The Sound of Computers

by Ben Johnson and Aparna Alluri Mar 4, 2015
Matt Parker, a sound artist, collects audio from the early days of computing.

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Dell reboots as a private company

by Dan Weissmann Nov 4, 2014
Michael Dell launches his newly private Dell computer company.

Why IBM is paying $1.5 billion to lose a business

by Stan Alcorn Oct 20, 2014
By paying to split off its chipmaking arm, IBM may actually be getting a deal.

Those little Intel microchips were famous, somehow

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 5, 2014
An interview with Michael Malone, author of "The Intel Trinity".