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Silicon Valley exists for a number of reasons. Chief among them might be the mother of a Nobel Prize winner.
Semiconductor makers seek locations with plenty of space, water, electricity and workers. First, they need megabucks for construction.
The semiconductor giant is thinking long term.
The iPhone manufacturer is buying the ability to make its own modem chips.
That would help its devices work more seamlessly together.
Security issues and faulty fixes have vexed computer giant Intel, and that’s just in January. But analysts say the problems probably won’t dent profits in the long term. Intel releases its quarterly earnings report later today. The company has generated a lot of not-so-great headlines in recent weeks over major security vulnerabilities in its processors. […]
An analyst walks us through the Meltdown and Spectre bugs.
Would you spend hours watching someone play video games? NBC and Intel are betting that you would.
The prediction that foreshadowed advancements in computing is here to stay, EVP says.
Intel announced this week it’s acquiring the Israeli company Mobileye for about $15 billion. The merger is part of the tech giant’s bid to become a leader in developing self-driving vehicles. The convergence of automobiles and technology is making for some interesting deal making, and the ones that stand to gain right now just may […]