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Uber’s self-driving car crash might have been prevented by older tech, says Intel

The death of Elaine Herzberg, who was struck by a Volvo XC90 Uber car in self-driving mode, has launched frenzied theorizing throughout the tech and automotive industries. Intel took its turn this week, through the car-sensor subsidiary Mobileye, which it acquired in 2017. In a blog post, Mobileye’s combo CEO/CTO Amnon Shashua says that the … Continue reading “Uber’s self-driving car crash might have been prevented by older tech, says Intel”

Uber’s self-driving car crash might have been prevented by older tech, says Intel
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Intel’s latest diversity numbers are on track to beat 2020 goals

Tech titan Intel continues to make strides toward diversifying its workforce. You’ll recall the company made a pledge (and a $300 million investment) to get to full representation by 2020. Today, Intel reports that it is on track to be two years ahead of schedule on its goal to reach full representation of underrepresented minorities and women … Continue reading “Intel’s latest diversity numbers are on track to beat 2020 goals”

Intel’s latest diversity numbers are on track to beat 2020 goals
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Intel will face some tough questions on chip security when it announces earnings today

Intel announces quarterly results today and is expected to face some tough questions from Wall Street analysts about the fallout from its chip security crisis. The company has insisted that the security flaws revealed earlier in January, called Meltdown and Spectre, won’t impact their bottom line, but many expect there to be some longer-term effects … Continue reading “Intel will face some tough questions on chip security when it announces earnings today”

Intel will face some tough questions on chip security when it announces earnings today
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The Consumer Electronics Show lost electricity because irony knows no bounds

Electricity has been a fact of life for almost a century and a half, but apparently we’re still working out the kinks. A number of power outages were reported Wednesday at the Las Vegas Convention Center, where CES—the world’s largest annual showcase of tech and gadgets—has been underway since Monday. Event organizers called the outage … Continue reading “The Consumer Electronics Show lost electricity because irony knows no bounds”

The Consumer Electronics Show lost electricity because irony knows no bounds
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Apple confirms iOS and macOS are vulnerable to “Meltdown” and “Spectre” exploits

Apple just published a new support document explaining that iOS and macOS could be attacked by the newly discovered (and very dangerous) Meltdown and Spectre exploits. It adds that it knows of no such attacks on Apple devices to date, however. Apple says it already released “mitigations” in iOS 11.2, macOS 10.13.2, and tvOS 11.2 to … Continue reading “Apple confirms iOS and macOS are vulnerable to “Meltdown” and “Spectre” exploits”

Apple confirms iOS and macOS are vulnerable to “Meltdown” and “Spectre” exploits
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Intel’s CEO sold a ton of stock “unrelated” to knowledge of major chip flaw

The company’s CEO, Brian Krzanich, dumped 245,743 shares of his company’s stock–worth around $11 million–at the end of November, which is right when developers were rushing to fix the major security flaw found in some of the company’s chips, reports the Motley Fool. The chip flaw was not disclosed publicly until yesterday. While the optics … Continue reading “Intel’s CEO sold a ton of stock “unrelated” to knowledge of major chip flaw”

Intel’s CEO sold a ton of stock “unrelated” to knowledge of major chip flaw
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