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Intel talks 10nm Ice Lake and Project Athena at CES

Intel talks 10nm Ice Lake and Project Athena at CES

Intel had a few different announcements to make during its CES 2019 keynote address tonight. All of Intel's announcements received varying levels of detail, and in the case of some of them, we already had some information coming into the show. Still, there were certainly some intriguing announcements made tonight, even if we're left waiting for Intel to deal more information.

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Intel tech powers Reslove’s TrailGuard AI camera to stop poachers

Intel tech powers Reslove’s TrailGuard AI camera to stop poachers

One of the big dangers facing some protected and endangered species in Africa is poachers. To help detect and stop poachers before they kill animals, a company called Resolve has unveiled a new Trailguard AI camera. That camera uses Intel-powered AI technology that allows the detection of poachers entering wildlife reserves in Africa.

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Apple pulls select iPhones in Germany in another Qualcomm case [Update]

Apple pulls select iPhones in Germany in another Qualcomm case [Update]

Apple will pull iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 phones from its store shelves in Germany, after a new injunction gave Qualcomm another win in the two firms' ongoing legal spat. A court in Munich, Germany has granted the chip-maker a sales injunction against select iPhone handsets in the country, though Apple has said it will appeal the decision.

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North Focals grabbed Intel Vaunt tech for AR smart glasses shortcut

North Focals grabbed Intel Vaunt tech for AR smart glasses shortcut

Discreet AR glasses company North's Focals smart specs sounded a lot like Intel's ill-fated Vaunt project, and it turns out that's with good reason. The startup - formally known as Thalmic Labs - got a boost to its patent portfolio by acquiring the patents and gadgetry Intel had developed for its project, it's been confirmed.

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Intel turns to 3D stacking to reboot its chip roadmap

Intel turns to 3D stacking to reboot its chip roadmap

During an event it called "Architecture Day" this week, Intel prepared us for what's coming up in 2019. The company had a lot of announcements to make, and one of the most exciting is a new 3D packaging method for CPUs that it's calling Foveros. Beyond Foveros, we also heard some impressive claims about next generation integrated graphics and, of course, we received a codename for its next CPU architecture.

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Apple just shoved its chip and 5G plans in Qualcomm’s face

Apple just shoved its chip and 5G plans in Qualcomm’s face

If you can't beat them, grab their talent. Apple is hunting for wireless chip and processor designers on Qualcomm's home turf, lending weight to the ongoing rumors that it plans to bring as much of its future chipset design in-house as possible, and potentially oust current partners like Intel from its iPhone and Mac ranges.

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Intel Neural Compute Stick 2 promises 8x the power at a silly price

Intel Neural Compute Stick 2 promises 8x the power at a silly price

Intel has revealed its second-generation artificial intelligence USB stick, with the Neural Compute Stick 2 promising up to eight times the performance of its predecessor, despite the compact size. It's part of Intel's push to place its silicon the heart of AI, by making developing new machine learning and AI projects and applications far more straightforward.

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Intel RealSense D435i Stereo Depth Camera revealed: 6DoF now a reality

Intel RealSense D435i Stereo Depth Camera revealed: 6DoF now a reality

This week the folks at Intel revealed their latest RealSense camera tech, a model by the name of RealSense Depth Camera D435i. This is the sort of camera you use to add depth sensing and tracking capabilities to all manner of devices. This latest version of the camera from Intel adds the all-important inertial measurement unit (IMU) that brings a whole new dimension to the data provided to the end user.

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Intel speeds up 5G modem plans – and the 2020 iPhone could benefit

Intel speeds up 5G modem plans – and the 2020 iPhone could benefit

Intel is pulling forward its most important 5G modem launch, dragging up the roadmap in a move that could have big implications for the new iPhone and more. The chip-maker has been in a race with Qualcomm to get a foot in the game with 5G, given the first networks supporting the next-generation standard are due to begin going live by the end of 2018.

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Intel 48-core Cascade Lake Xeon could upend everything in 2019

Intel 48-core Cascade Lake Xeon could upend everything in 2019

Intel today is bolstering its Xeon line of processors by announcing a new CPU and new class for the Xeon family. The new CPU is the Xeon E-2100, and Intel says that it's a good choice for entry-level servers. Intel is wasting little time getting this new CPU is out of the door, as the Xeon E-2100 is launching in general availability today.

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Don’t expect Apple to debut 5G iPhone in 2019

Don’t expect Apple to debut 5G iPhone in 2019

One of the next big advancements in mobile won't come from a specific device, but instead have an effect on many devices over the next few years. It's the arrival of 5G networks and the promise of faster download speeds offered by networks with more bandwidth than what we have now. It's a safe bet we'll start seeing several smartphones supporting 5G in 2019, but according to new report, Apple won't be among the first.

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Mac Mini 2018 revealed with modern specs

Mac Mini 2018 revealed with modern specs

Most of us were expecting Apple to take the stage in New York today and announce a new iPad and something new for the MacBook, but a few rumors claimed that Apple was poised to reveal a new Mac Mini as well. After spending a good amount of time talking about the new MacBook Air, Apple did just that, introducing a new, more powerful Mac Mini. If you're a fan of Apple's littlest Mac, this is definitely something worth considering.

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