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Intel confirms 10nm Cannon Lake still coming 2017


The 10nm process has presented its fair share of technical difficulties for Intel. However, it looks like we should not expect any further delays to Cannon Lake, as this week Intel confirmed that we will see the first 10nm processors show up in PCs by the end of this year. …

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Intel Core i7 7700K and Core i5 7600K now available in UK


If you have been keeping up with tech news over the last few days, then you probably noticed that Intel has officially launched its Kaby Lake desktop processors. We have already had the chance to review the Core i7 7700K and the Core i5 7600K but now, both processors are …

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Intel and AMD are teaming up for a CPU/GPU bundle


It looks like Intel and AMD are getting into the holiday spirit with a new CPU/GPU/Game bundle for Christmas, before January hits and the two have to become rivals once again. This month, AMD Radeon is joining forces with Intel to offer a bundle that includes a Core i5 6600K, …

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Intel True Key password manager now multi-factor protected


Intel has teamed up with Microsoft to offer multi-factor authentication for its password manager system, making website logins and saved details safer than ever before. To leverage it, users can download the Intel True Key extension for Microsoft Edge and then use their face or thumb print to login to …

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Intel’s drones dance in new Disney light show

It turns out fireworks aren’t the only way to light up the sky at night – you can also use drone technology. That’s what Disney has been trialling in a new partnership with Intel’s new Shooting Star lightweight drones, creating a 300 strong choreographed performance called a Starbright Holidays light …

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Intel Kaby Lake CPU final clock speeds and pricing leak


We have been hearing for some time that Intel’s next batch of desktop processors would be arriving in Q1 2017, with many signs pointing towards a launch at CES in January. However, we hadn’t heard much in the way of pricing or final specifications until now. Last week, Intel sent …

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Kaby Lake CPUs to hit laptops this year, desktops in January

Intel has finally begun opening up about Kaby Lake, its next processor architecture and the first to break the traditional ‘tick tock’ cycle. Today, it was announced that the first Kaby Lake processors are going to show up in laptops this year, followed by desktop parts in January 2017. We …

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Intel reportedly buys deep learning startup for $350 million

It looks like Intel is making moves to increase its efforts in the AI space as the chip making giant has reportedly just penned a $350 million acquisition deal for Nervana Systems, a startup company specialising in deep learning. The acquisition was announced today and while Intel itself didn’t confirm the $350 million …

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Intel begins shipping Kaby Lake CPUs to device makers


Intel officially began shipping out its Kaby Lake processors out to device makers this week, meaning we may see the 7th generation Intel Core CPUs popping up in PCs and laptops in a few months time. Intel confirmed that its Kaby Lake CPUs had begun going out to OEMs this …

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HP awarded £2.25 billion in four year Oracle trial

As is the case with every major court case between industry giants, the legal battle between Oracle and Hewlett Packard (HP) has been ongoing for more than four years at this point. However a jury has finally awarded damages, mandating that Oracle pay HP a total of $3 billion (£2.25 …

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