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Intel plans to build the world’s largest chip-making facility in Ohio with $20 billion initial investment

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Intel spends billions to build a new factory that will prove Apple wrong

Intel announced it is spending an initial $20 billion on a semiconductor “mega-site” in Ohio, the company’s latest bid to recapture its place as the world’s top semiconductor manufacturer and prove Apple wrong. Apple and Intel went through a very public breakup, beginning with WWDC 2020, when Apple announced it was switching to its own…

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New Intel CPUs offer 4K Blu-rays at a 1080p downgrade

Gordon Mah Ung If you’re planning on using a newer Intel processor in your next media center PC build, a combination of security precautions and digital rights management might just have you singing the Blu-ray blues. Intel is dropping support for the software guard extension feature in 11th- and 12th-gen Core processors, which breaks DRM…

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Intel reveals plans to create a Bitcoin mining Bonanza’ chip

Metamorworks/Nature/Getty Images Intel has signaled that the next generation of Bitcoin mining rigs may ship with “Intel Inside” stickers, as the company has announced plans to at least discuss a “Bonanza Mine” chip for mining Bitcoin at an upcoming conference. The upcoming program (PDF link) for the International Solid-State Circuits Conference includes a listing for…

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Intel will unveil a Bitcoin mining ASIC at the upcoming chip conference

In a nutshell: Block isn’t the only mainstream tech company interested in creating an efficient Bitcoin mining solution. Intel at the upcoming International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) has a presentation scheduled under the Highlighted Chip Releases category titled Bonanza Mine: An Ultra-Low-Voltage Energy-Efficient Bitcoin Mining ASIC. Nine Intel employees are on the docket for the…

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Cavs did not love the intel about Cam Reddish

Chris Fedor: I was told that though the Cavs had expressed interest in Cam Reddish in the past, and they checked in on his availability with the Atlanta Hawks… one thing that I’m told from a source is that the intel that they got back was not …

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Intel moves beyond CMOS to MESO

January 14, 2022 2:20 PM Image Credit: Getty Images Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. At the 2021 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), Intel demonstrated for the first time a functional MESO (Magneto-Electric Spin-Orbit) transistor. MESO is what’s called…

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Intel crowns a new chief PC

Intel Intel has named Michelle Johnston Holthaus, the current executive vice president of its Sales, Marketing, and Communications Group, as the new head of its Client Computing Group (CCG), which includes Intel’s Core processor line. Gregory “GB” Bryant, who currently heads Intel’s CCG, will leave at the end of January for another opportunity, Intel said.…

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Intel announces 5.5Ghz capable 12th Gen CPU

After teasing the news earlier this week, Intel has officially announced a new 12th-gen desktop CPU that’s capable of boosting to 5.5GHz on a single core out of the box. The news came during Intel’s CES 2022 presentation, when it said the KS-series desktop processor would be shipping later this quarter, but there was no…

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Intel creates PCs that can talk to smartwatches and TVs with an Evo perk

Intel showed off what you can expect from its purchase of Screenovate last December: cross-platform communication from your PC to Android tablets, smartwatches, iPhones, and more—all reserved for specific Evo PCs. On December 6, Intel bought Israeli developer Screenovate, reportedly for $100 million. The company is now part of Intel’s Client Computing Group. At CES…