Intel has revealed its plans for what it's doing now through 2025. Those plans include rebranding and a new era of chips.
Intel reported its Q2 2021 earnings earlier this week. The company surpassed its own expectations for the quarter, though it lowered some expectations for the upcoming quarter.
Intel and one of its former engineers have reached a settlement regarding almost 3,900 stolen documents. The engineer admits that he took the documents before leaving for a job at Microsoft.
The latest Intel graphics driver not only supports Windows 11 but is ready for the Windows 11 October 2021 update. The driver also includes some welcome improvements for Call of Duty: Warzone.
Smugglers were caught trying to move millions of dollars worth of CPUs and other technology. One incident involved people strapping CPUs to themselves with cling film.
While Intel struggles to move to the 7nm process for making CPUs, it will work with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to make chips with 3nm technology.
Details recently emerged online about Intel's Alder Lake and Raptor Lake processors. Raptor Lake could feature as many as 24 cores.
The semiconductor shortage is a long way from being over. With that said, $52 billion ought to help speed recovery efforts along.
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