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Intel To Host An Olympics-Sanctioned eSports Tournament In 2020
The Olympic games is typically home to more traditional sporting events. However, in recent times, it seems that the people behind the Olympic games have slowly started to change their minds, where a few years ago, they have acknowledged that eSports is considered as a sporting activity.

Dell XPS 13 Gets Intel’s New Gen-10 Processor
#IFA19 Just in time for IFA 2019, Dell is updating its award-winning XPS 13 ultramobile laptop with Intel’s latest 10th generation processor, including a 6-cores Core i7 option.

Apple Reportedly Wants Its Own 5G Modems Ready By 2021
Yesterday, it was confirmed that Apple would be acquiring most of Intel’s modem business for a cool $1 billion. It was largely speculated that this could be part of Apple’s plan to eventually create their own modems, but when exactly these Apple-made modems will be released is anyone’s guess.

Apple Confirms $1 Billion Acquisition Of Intel’s Modem Business
Apple is a company that is notorious for trying to do everything themselves. This is why they control as much of the hardware on their products as possible, and why they have even created their own software instead of relying on alternatives such as Android or Windows. It is this kind of approach which is why we weren’t surprised to learn that Apple wanted to start making its own modems […]


Apple Could Pay $1 Billion For Intel’s Modem Business
If you have been following Apple-related news, you might have heard reports of how Apple could be working on developing their own smartphone modems. This is by no means a small undertaking, and as such, Apple definitely needs all the help that they can get, which is why it’s not surprising that they could be eyeing Intel’s modem business.

Intel May Cut CPU Prices Ahead Of AMD's Ryzen 3000 Arrival
With the AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation family of processors just around the corner, it seems that Intel is worried about what the availability of Ryzen 3000 processors might do for its own chip sales. A report claims that Intel has decided to cut the prices of its processes by 10-15 percent to make its offerings more enticing to customers from a price perspective.

Intel Brings One-Click CPU Overclocking With Performance Maximizer Tool
Intel wants to make overclocking simpler which is why it has now released an automatic overclocking tool for some 9th gen Core CPUs called the Intel Performance Maximizer. The tool takes a look at the individual settings of each processor and then uses what the company calls “hyper-intelligent automation” to overclock them for a performance bump. This means that users can have one-click overclocking without having to make any changes […]

Apple Is Still Reportedly In Talks To Acquire Intel’s Modem Business
Apple is a company that loves to do everything themselves, and we totally get it. This helps Appl reduce dependency on other companies, thus insulating them from any potential problems. This is why it didn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be looking to develop their own 5G modems.

Intel’s Ambient Display Concept Shows Apple How Touch Bar Should Have Been Done
When Apple introduced the Touch Bar to its MacBook Pro lineup, it was supposed to be a game changer in terms of how we used our laptops. Unfortunately, many still seem to largely prefer having a row of function keys instead of a OLED strip, although this isn’t to say that it is completely useless.

Intel’s Honeycomb Glacier Laptop Concept Wants To Turn The Industry On Its Head
Laptops are a dime a dozen and it’s hard for companies to truly stand out. However, at Computex 2019, we saw how ASUS attempted to break the mold with its ZenBook Pro Duo that comes with a 4K secondary screen built right above its keyboard. If you thought that was wild, Intel might have ASUS beat.

Intel’s New Core i9-9900KS CPUs Clocks In At 5GHz Across All Cores
If you’re looking to make a new gaming rig or a really powerful system, then you might be interested to learn that Intel has announced their latest CPU in the form of the Intel Core i9-9900KS, which could very well be Intel’s most powerful and fastest CPU to date.

AMD Reassures That Their Chips Are Safe From ZombieLoad Vulnerability
While Intel and AMD are seen as rivals in the processor business, it’s safe to say that Intel has largely been seen as having an edge over AMD and tends to be the more preferred brand. However, due to the recent security vulnerabilities that Intel has endured, it could give AMD a slight boost to help them gain more ground over their competitor.

Qualcomm And Intel To Cease Business Dealings With Huawei
As you might have heard, Google had recently confirmed that they will no longer be doing business with Huawei following the US government blacklisting the Chinese company. It seems that they are not alone because in a report from Bloomberg, other companies are now following suit as well.

Apple Warns Older Macs Could Be Vulnerable To ‘ZombieLoad’ Type Attacks
Recently, it was revealed that there was a newly-discovered vulnerability affecting Intel processors. Dubbed ZombieLoad, the good news is that Intel is said to have since released new microcode to computer makers to help them patch their computers, but it turns out that some computers could still be vulnerable.