Chipzilla is telling the world about its cunning plans to move to “wire-free” computing by 2016.
Writing in the company bog, Intel is apparently developing a smart dock through which laptops can wirelessly connect to monitors and external peripherals.
Intel said that this will remove the need to plug HDMI or DisplayPort display connectors directly into laptops. more»
It seems that people are starting to add up the cost of their tax sweeteners with Intel and they are not liking the numbers they are seeing.
Blue Oregon has reported that Chipzilla has asked for, and may well get their second dose of 30 year “tax certainty”,
This means that Intel does not have to pay Oregon income taxes for 30 years. more»
It looks like Wikipedia was right, and the “ape selfie” photo really is public domain.
The US Copyright Office has ruled against David Slater the photographer, who has claimed ownership snap saying that images taken by animals, including the 2011 primate self-shot, could not be registered for copyright by a human. more»
Salesforce surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting better-than-expected quarterly revenue.
According to the company, its revenue was helped by an increase in demand for its web-based sales and marketing software. It also raised its full-year profit and revenue forecast. more»
Online auction outfit Ebay has changed its mind about Paypal and might spin off the fast growing unit.
For a while now it has been suggested that Ebay should off-load Paypal to make a fast buck. In fact, activist investor Carl Icahn has said as much. more»
The fortune-tellers at RBC Capital Markets have emerged from their blood-stained temples with a dark prediction for MediaTek.
Analyst Doug Freedman, after seeing the liver of a particularly well fed Ram, claims that Intel will write a cheque for $27 billion to buy wireless chipmaker MediaTek within three years. more»
AMD appears to have been going on a campaign of price cutting to take out Intel’s Core i5 “Devil’s Canyon”.
According to Xbit Labs, Intel wants to cut prices of its AMD FX-9000 “Centurion” microprocessors in a bid to make them more competitive “Devil’s Canyon” and several other chips from its rival. more»
Bad news for readers of ebooks, a team of boffins have worked out that if you read information on a tablet you are less likely to take it in.
A new study which found that readers using a Kindle were “significantly” worse than paperback readers at recalling when events occurred in a mystery story. more»
Linus Torvalds told his open saucy mates at LinuxCon that he still wanted to see Linux running on the desktop.
Linux kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman moderated the discussion and commented that Linux already runs everywhere, but asked Torvalds where he thinks Linux should go next. more»
More than half of users risk their computer being hacked because they share their passwords or sign up for automatic log on to mobile apps and services.
Research by security outfit Intercede said that while more than half of users thought security was important they putting their personal data at risk by sharing usernames and passwords with friends, family and colleagues. more»
Because Intel has so few products to show at its expensive upcoming Intel Developer Forum in September in San Francisco, it will play its old three card trick and show off new logos and marketing plans instead. Ailing Intel, it seems, has run out of “innovation”. more»
AMD announced a new technology partnership with OCZ to build AMD Radeon branded Solid State Drives (SSDs).
Starting today, users can buy the AMD Radeon R7 Series SSDs in 120GB, 240GB or 480GB capacities online retailers.
The AMD Radeon R7 Series SSDs are designed for gamers looking to upgrade their system’s overall responsiveness with something a little cheaper. more»
The Duke Nukem of mobile products , Apple’s Smartwatch is set to be delayed yet again, according to the latest report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Kuo has been telling anyone who will listen that Apple is having production issues surrounding its new smartwatch. more»
The shy and retired CEO of Microsoft Steve “there is a kind of hush” Ballmer has announced that he is leaving the company completely.
Ballmer was Microsoft’s 30th employee, its first business manager and was the top Vole for over a decade. more»
Software giant Microsoft appears to be attempting to give the Chromebook a run for its money.
Vole has arranged a few deals with some of its hardware partners to create $199 to $249 Windows laptops which are based around cloud storage systems. more»