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Are you as excited about the new iPhone 13 models as I am, but are wary that the 5G it contains might give you COVID? Weirdly, it turns out you might not be alone, and we can't put it down to just the usual iPhone vs Android rivalry!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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Set to launch in the Australian spring, Google's Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will feature a chip custom-designed by Google with AI and ML smarts called "Tensor", but whether it will make Apple, Qualcomm, Intel or anyone else tense is yet to be seen.

Published in Home Tech

China plans to invest up to US$1.4 trillion (A$1.9 trillion) to build up its semiconductor industry so that it can achieve self-sufficiency and not be subject to the kind of sanctions that the US has imposed on Huawei, a report claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 10:32

Photonic chip to boost 5G networks, IoT and more

A university developed photonic chip, which you'd think would be visual, is claimed to be able to "harness sound waves to speed up local networks".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Last week, Intel launched its 6th-generation series of Core processors to the Australian and Asia Pacific media, and we video’d the launch event and media Q&A.

Published in Home Tech

Germany’s Gamescom event on August 5 saw the introduction of two new Intel processors from the 14nm Skylake family, successor to the current range of Broadwell based Intel Core processors.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 28 April 2010 10:57

Apple acquires another chip design company

Apple has made another of its characteristically low-key acquisitions, buying chip design company Intrinsity.

Published in Deals
Monday, 21 September 2009 13:14

USB 3.0 on the way

A chip company is set to demonstrate its USB 3.0 to SATA bridge chip this week, and a research firm is tipping adoption of the new standard beginning next year with rapid takeup.

Published in Home Tech
The forthcoming 'Pine Trail' Atom chips will deliver smaller, thinner, lighter netbooks with longer battery life, Intel has promised. And desktop PC chipset changes will take HD video into the mainstream.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 11:10

Intel's tick-tock trick on track for 32nm in '09

Intel has completed the development of its 32nm chip technology, and expects it to go into production during the fourth quarter of 2009. The new process should usher in higher performing and more energy efficient chips.

Published in Home Tech
Chip market leader Intel has launched the Intel Core i7 processor, which the company claims is its most advanced desktop processor ever. The Core i7 processor is the first of the new Nehalem processor designs and is claimed to boost performance for video editing, immersive games and other Internet and computer activities by up to 40% without increasing power consumption.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 02 September 2008 10:04

Intel introduces new Core 2 and Celeron processors

Three new CPUs have shown up on Intel's latest price list, ranging from a Core 2 Quad to a Celeron D. The more powerful chips are fabricated with Intel's 45 nm technology.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 23 August 2008 23:14

Ay Carumba: microchipping middle-class Mexicans

It would appear that wealthy Mexicans are so worried about being kidnapped that some are prepared to be microchipped in order for them to be traced in such an eventuality...

Published in Home Tech
Intel is promising PC manufacturers and users a new generation of processors featuring a "turbo mode" that delivers high performance without generating additional heat. The chip maker unveiled plans for the new processor range at its Developer Forum in San Francisco.

Published in Energy
DreamWorks Animation will produce all its future movies in stereoscopic 3D, and Intel's going to help.

Published in Home Tech
Driving a V8 gas guzzler in these days of skyrocketing fuel prices and fossil fuel induced climate change is no longer considered cool. So why should it be cool to own a supercharged power hungry desktop or laptop computer? Is Moore's Law dead? Not according to Intel.

Published in Beerfiles
Friday, 06 June 2008 07:42

Hot chips? Call in the plumber!

Is Mario working at IBM's research lab? Surely only a crazy plumber would think of building microscopic water pipes inside silicon chips.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 29 April 2008 02:20

Intel scores supercomputer gig with Cray

Cray - the company once practically synonymous with supercomputers - is hitching up with Intel.

Published in Deals
Five AMD Phenom X4 ‘true’ quad-core processors have landed alongside the new X3 range – forever banishing single and dual-core technology to the bottom drawer?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Although triple-core processors aren’t new, they are in the x86 world, with the launch of the AMD Phenom X3, coupled with the AMD 780G chipset. Is it enough to shake Intel to the core, and what more is in store from AMD?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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