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Business · New York
Intel 'stumbled,' CEO says; shares drop 9.5% as loss forecast
Intel has said it expects to lose money in the current quarter. The company's shares fell 9.5% in trading after the bell on Wall Street last night. CEO Pat Gelsinger said Intel has been losing market share in the data centre market, a nod at the strength of rival Advanced Micro Devices.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 9 sources
Bard · Aarhus
Google, Microsoft Fire Next Shots in AI Chatbot Showdown
Google announced a competitor to OpenAI's ChatGPT, called Bard. The "experimental conversational AI service" is opening to "trusted testers" today and will expand to the wider public in "the coming weeks" Google also said that it will include its AI technologies in search.See the Story
Samsung's $1,499 Odyssey OLED G8 Gaming Monitor Ships This Month
The Samsung Galaxy Odyssey OLED G8 curved gaming monitor, priced at $1,499 (opens in new tab) is now available for purchase at Samsung.com and select electronics retailers in the US. The 34-inch QD-OLED (3,440 x 1,440) 1800R curvature display features Quantum Dots and its Neo Quantum Processor.See the Story
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Samsung Confirms 990 Pro SSD Firmware Fix Coming Soon
Samsung stands behind the quality of its SSDs, including the new NVMe M.2 SSD 990 PRO. Samsung will likely release a firmware update later this month. Puget Systems and Samsung's worked to identify rapid health declines in 980 Pro SSDs that would eventually lead to the drive failing.See the Story
Microsoft will stop selling Windows 10 licenses this month
Microsoft will stop issuing Windows 10 licenses via its website later this month. The company will stop directly issuing licenses for Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Workstation. January 31, 2023, is the last day consumers can download the operating systems. Windows 10 will continue to receive security updates until October 14, 2025.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Dell to phase out Chinese chips by 2024
Dell has announced plans to phase out chips made in China from its machines by 2024. The move could to have major repercussions across the wider tech industry. Speculations cite growing concerns over the security and reliability of Chinese-made chips. Dell accounted for 26.1% of Q3 2022 US desktop, notebook and workstation shipments.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
U.S. to add over 30 Chinese companies to trade blacklist
The Biden administration plans to place Chinese chip maker Yangtze Memory Technologies (YMTC) and 35 other Chinese firms on a trade blacklist that would prevent them from buying certain American components, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.See the Story
58% Center coverage: 26 sources
GeForce RTX 4080 Review: Sufficiently Speedy for Solid 4K
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 should attract more potential buyers. If you want to save money but still get solid 4K gameplay or smoother streaming out of your graphics card, the 4080 is definitely your best bet -- for the moment. A lot depends upon how well AMD's newest RDNA 3-architecture RX 7900 XTX performs.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Intel launches 4th-Gen Xeon CPUs with big superlatives
Intel's new Xeons, code-named "Sapphire Rapids," launched Tuesday. It marks the second consecutive datacenter CPU released by Intel that was delayed multiple times. The company is still playing catch-up while barreling forward with a comeback plan architected by its CEO.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Business · Cupertino
Apple May Add Touchscreens to Macs, Report Says
Apple could release a MacBook Pro laptop with a touchscreen as soon as 2025, according to a report from Bloomberg. Teams inside Apple are working on the project, and the first design would include a trackpad and keyboard as well as a touchscreen, according to the report. Apple has been resistant to incorporating touchscreens, the cornerstone of its phones and tablets, into laptops.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 25 sources