Investment companies and publications are fawning over Intel’s moves into the China’s smartphone microchip design this week, spawned by Intel’s purchase of a second Chinese fabless mobile chip manufacturer.
Intel has partnered with Mitsubishi Electric to demonstrate factory automation devices can pay big dividends using Internet of things (IoT) connectivity and big data solutions.
Intel confirmed its second purchase into in a fabless Chinese chipmakers for $1.5 billion on Friday, expanding its Chinese holdings as a mean to further establish x86 microprocessing into mobile markets.
It’s a bad day to be a network administrator, and from how things look it may be very bad for some time to come as the Shellshock bug was reportedly widely exploited after being publicized Wednesday.
Tech bloggers were mentioning on Wednesday that Intel might have already purchased a 20 percent stake in Tsinghua Unigroup, an operating subsidiary of Tsinghua Holdings, which is state supporte
The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT), Red Hat Linux and just about every computer security expert in the world are issuing warnings about Shellshock, a bug in the Bash shell that threatens security in Unix-based systems.
Hewlett-Packard may have given us a glimse of its long-term cloud/software defined networking strategy, buying up Eucalyptus — an open source private cloud software company – and announcing its Virtual Storage Appliance.
Apparently all that (sometimes, wasted) effort that Amazon has thrown into tablets, set-top boxes and smartphones may have been made to enable its No. 1 mission, selling stuff on the Internet.
For the good of the code base and the good of computing as a whole, Ron Minnich believes coreboot® needs a stronger organization supporting the open source community.
Well, it’s hard to believe that back in the 1800s people were hit on the head and thrown on a ship to get them to come here, but Shanghai is where you’ll find Sage’s Vice President of Global Business Development Drew Jensen this week.