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Intel Asking Customers To Stop Using The Original Spectre Patch

01/23/2018, Intel recently announced that they have issued patches for 90% of chips affected by the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but in case you did not hear, the original patch for the Spectre vulnerability came with issues of its own, so much so that Intel...


Intel Says Spectre & Meltdown Exploits Extend To Newer Chips As Well

01/18/2018, A couple of weeks ago, security exploits known as Spectre and Meltdown were revealed and it is a particularly nasty exploit. This is due to the fact that the exploits affect a variety of chips from a variety of makers, covering a bunch of devices ranging...

Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 (2018)

01/09/2018, [CES 2018] Dell is coming again to CES with its new XPS 15 2-in-1, an update of last year’s model that was not convertible. According to Dell “it is the most powerful 2-in-1 ever”. We HP just launched a pretty powerful 2-in-1 yesterday,  in the...

Intel Unveils New Core Processors With AMD’s Vega Graphics

01/08/2018, [CES 2018] When it comes to gaming on laptops, typically if you’re hoping for a somewhat smooth and reliable experience, having a discrete GPU helps. Over the years Intel has made some progress with its own HD graphics integrated GPU, but like we said,...

HP Envy x2 12g (Intel Edition) Laptop Announced

01/08/2018, [CES 2018] Back in December 2017, it started to look like we can expect to see a future in which more laptops will be powered by ARM-based processors. Qualcomm and HP unveiled such a device in the form of the HP Envy x2 12e which is a laptop that is...

Intel CPU ‘Flaw’ Reports Incorrect, Company Says

01/03/2018, It was reported earlier today that a major flaw has been discovered in Intel CPUs and that the patch for this flaw may result in a performance hit. The kernel flaw was reportedly present in all Intel chips released in the past decade, powering millions of...

Intel Chip Vulnerability Left Countless PCs Exposed

11/22/2017, Intel’s Management Engine feature has been concern for many security researchers who feel that this remote administration feature is a ripe target for attackers. While the feature is certainly useful for IT managers, it does require deep system...

Analyst Claims 2018’s iPhones Will Allow For Gigabit Speeds

11/21/2017, Ahead of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X’s announcement, it was rumored that the new iPhones would not be capable of reaching gigabit download speeds. It turns out that the rumors were true, but the good news is that 2018 is expected to change that,...

iPhone X VS Galaxy Note 8 In LTE Speed Showdown

11/20/2017, Apple’s iPhones currently do not support gigabit download speeds, or rather to ensure a uniform experience across iPhones, Apple has capped the speeds on iPhones using Qualcomm’s modems to match those of Intel’s. For those who are wondering what’s...

Intel Legacy BIOS Support Ends By 2020

11/20/2017, Intel wants to remove the remaining barriers that prevent it from putting legacy BIOS into the ground. The company is now working on a plan to make that possible. Intel is looking to end support for legacy BIOS by 2020. It intends to do that by requiring...