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Jan 10, 2018
Intel CEO gives no apology for chip bugs at CES, focusing on vision for the future
After ceding its CES keynote spot to Nvidia Corp. last year, Intel Corp. reclaimed the prime position to detail its ...
Market Watch
Jan 10, 2018
Third-party smartphone AP vendors to face growing hardship in 2018
With smartphone brands including Apple, Samsung Electronics and Huawei already moving to advanced 5nm and 7nm processes for their in-house ...
Digitimes
Jan 10, 2018
Manufacturing Bits: Jan. 9
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has extended the capabilities of a high-resolution 3D printing technique called two-photon lithography (TPL). TPL ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jan 10, 2018
Could Liquid IP Lead To Better Chips?
Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss the benefits that could come from making IP available as abstract blocks instead of ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jan 10, 2018
Intel says Mobileye's autonomous driving tech to be used in two million vehicles
Intel Corp Chief Executive Brian Krzanich said 2 million vehicles from BMW, Nissan Motor Co Ltd and Volkswagen AG would ...
Reuters
Jan 10, 2018
March of A Billion Sensors Unveiled at CES
The annual CES Unveiled showcase proved that the Internet of Things (IoT) is not only still "in" but it's even ...
EE Times
Jan 10, 2018
China, Samsung Rise in U.S. Patents
The U.S. patent system is back in stride with IBM still on top but Samsung and China are on the ...
EE Times
Jan 10, 2018
Intel's New Chips Are More Brain-Like Than Ever
This week, Intel will show off a chip that learns to recognize objects in pictures captured by a webcam. Nothing ...
MIT Technology Review
Jan 10, 2018
Intel to form new cybersecurity group amid chip flaw
Intel Corp will create a new internal cybersecurity group in the wake of recently disclosed flaws in its microchips, the ...
Reuters
Jan 10, 2018
Intel Springs 'Vision-First' Robocar Plan
After a barrage of showbiz glitter -- lights, music, drones, and AI demos -- flooded the theater, Intel Corp. CEO ...
EE Times