Archive for September, 2019
Two Intel vice presidents have left the company. The departures concern the VP of Client Architecture and Innovation and the VP of System Software Products.
Multiple retailers have listed the Intel Core i9-9900KS, which gives us a general idea of the processor's possible pricing.
Atari announced that it's partnered with Anstream Arcade on an exclusive version of the company's eponymous retro game streaming platform on the Atari VCS.
U.S. Congress is investigating Google over potential anti-competitive misconduct involving the company's implementation of DNS over HTTPS. The concern seems to arise primarily from ISPs being cut-off from the collection of users' DNS requests.
German police shut down an illegal data center housed in a former NATO bunker.
Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 users to create a Microsoft Account during the setup process harder than ever.
HP has reduced the 13-inch Spectre x360’s bezels and adds Intel’s Ice Lake processors.
The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Research Team and Cisco Talos revealed new fileless malware that can secretly infect Windows systems.
Microsoft updated BitLocker to encrypt all SSDs, even those that claim to encrypt themselves, so it can help Windows users remain secure.
The Intel SSD 660p 1TB normally retails for over $100, but Newegg is selling it for $84.99 after discounts.