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MacDailyNews
Apple may be prepping a Mac Pro refresh for early 2016 – MacDailyNews“In late 2013, Apple updated the Mac Pro,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley F
Apple may be prepping a Mac Pro refresh for early 2016 – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 6 days ago
“In late 2013, Apple updated the Mac Pro,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley Fool. “The refreshed system offered substantial performance improvements over the prior-generation model as a result of much newer internals as well as a completely... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Intel will bring Xeon server chips to notebooks to create 'mobile workstations'INTEL IS BRINGING its Xeon server processor technology to notebook computers.
Intel will bring Xeon server chips to notebooks to create 'mobile workstations'
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 21 days ago
INTEL IS BRINGING its Xeon server processor technology to notebook computers. The Xeon notebook chip is designed for "professionals who needs workstation-class capabilities in a portable device", Intel said, and will launch in the form of the... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
What you missed in tech last week: iOS vs Android, Windows 10 porn shameLAST WEEK was a busy one in the world of technology, particularly here at The I
What you missed in tech last week: iOS vs Android, Windows 10 porn shame
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 21 days ago
LAST WEEK was a busy one in the world of technology, particularly here at The INQUIRER. Our latest INQ Debate took place last week, and argued the controversial topic of iOS vs Android. If you didn't manage to get involved we won't spoil the fun and... Read more
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PC Advisor
Intel aims first 6th-gen Skylake CPUs at gamers and enthusiasts Intel introduced its 6th-generation "Skylake" CPUs on Wednesday, but for mo
Intel aims first 6th-gen Skylake CPUs at gamers and enthusiasts
PC Advisor / Posted 26 days ago
Intel introduced its 6th-generation "Skylake" CPUs on Wednesday, but for most consumers it's just a dream. At Gamescom... Read more
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PC Advisor
10 things you need to know about Intel's new 6th-gen Skylake CPU Skylake is here, and with it, the expectation of faster performance and oth
10 things you need to know about Intel's new 6th-gen Skylake CPU
PC Advisor / Posted 26 days ago
Skylake is here, and with it, the expectation of faster performance and other innovations, from memory to... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Intel reveals 6th-generation Core chip based on 14nm Skylake architectureINTEL HAS ANNOUNCED the first wave of processors based on the 14nm Skylake arch
Intel reveals 6th-generation Core chip based on 14nm Skylake architecture
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 26 days ago
INTEL HAS ANNOUNCED the first wave of processors based on the 14nm Skylake architecture, naming them the '6th-generation Core' family. Intel's latest chipset is the first mainstream Intel desktop platform to support DDR4 memory, and is claimed to... Read more
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ExtremeTech
Intel launches new Skylake Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K processorsShare This article Intel’s Skylake is officially debuting today, just months a
Intel launches new Skylake Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K processors
ExtremeTech / Posted 26 days ago
Share This article Intel’s Skylake is officially debuting today, just months after the company launched new high-end desktop Broadwell chips. It’s been more than two years since Intel launched a new desktop architecture, and over a year since the... Read more
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ExtremeTech
Rowhammer: A new JavaScript attack that targets DRAMShare This article Most of the security flaws and problems that get attention
Rowhammer: A new JavaScript attack that targets DRAM
ExtremeTech / Posted 27 days ago
Share This article Most of the security flaws and problems that get attention in the community are fundamentally software-based. It’s not impossible to find a hardware bug or errata to target, but such attacks are typically an order of magnitude... Read more
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Ars Technica
DRAM “Bitflipping” exploit for attacking PCs: Just add JavaScriptIn March, researchers revealed one of the more impressive if slightly esoteric
DRAM “Bitflipping” exploit for attacking PCs: Just add JavaScript
Ars Technica / Posted 27 days ago
In March, researchers revealed one of the more impressive if slightly esoteric hacks in recent memory—an attack that exploited physical weaknesses in computer memory chips to hijack the operating system running on them. Now a separate research team... Read more

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