Despite getting its butt seriously kicked by AMD, Apple, TSMC and others, Intel is still the world's biggest maker of CPUs for traditional computers, and it has announced its first new transistor architecture is more than a decade, along with an "industry-first" for backside power delivery and "continued leadership in advanced 3D packaging innovations," along with its first customer announcements for its Intel Foundry Services (IFS).
One year on from announcing its climate change ambitions, Telstra has announced a raft of new commitments to manage its resources more efficiently including a promise to use only renewable or recycled materials in branded packaging by the end of next year.
Three manufacturers of consumer GPS navigation products have responded to concerns raised by Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, by agreeing to stop using ‘lifetime’ claims in their advertising of navigation services.
Seven new commercially licensed APS applications, from collaboration to small business mobility, help Service Providers increase revenue and customer retention.
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