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OSNews 03/22/2019 20:54
Home > Intel > Intel to stop developing Compute Cards Intel will not develop new Compute Cards, the company has confirmed to Tom’s Hardware.
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Digital Trends 03/22/2019 18:00
AMD has 7nm GPUs, Google is launching a game streaming platform, and even Intel is planning its re-entrance into the graphics game.
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News Tom's Hardware US 03/22/2019 17:00
Memory overclocking on Intel boards can also reach higher speeds in general, and though AMD has improved, Intel is less finicky about module support.
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PC World Blogs 03/22/2019 16:31
Intel’s Compute Cards always felt like an odd response to the push toward smaller form-factor computing, and the market apparently agreed: Intel said Thursday it has decided to discontinue development.
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Business Wire 03/22/2019 12:12
The Intel Unite solution delivers wireless collaboration to all types of meeting spaces.
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Hard OCP 03/22/2019 12:03
Barring any surprise announcements from VIA, that more or less confirms that Stadia will run on some sort of Intel CPU platform, but just why Google refused to mention Chipzilla by name remains a mystery.
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Tech Report 03/22/2019 12:01
More importantly, Intel says the Control Center can automatically optimize the graphics settings for games installed on your Intel-equipped PC with one click.
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Xconomy 03/22/2019 11:38
Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news in Texas. —Georgetown, TX-based AgileCraft was acquired by Australia-based Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM), the team collaboration and productivity software maker, for $166 million. AgileCraft makes planning software that helps executives build and manage how the company’s projects develop. It’s focused more on leaders in a business than engineering […]
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Zacks.com 03/22/2019 09:55
The new iMac features Intel’s 8-core 9th-generation processors and Radeon Pro Vega graphics from Advanced Micro Devices.
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ExtremeTech 03/22/2019 09:19
Intel has released a new design document detailing its Gen 11 GPUs and how they’ll differ from its previous family.
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MSPoweruser 03/22/2019 09:07
Intel finally replaces its boring, corporate-looking' Graphics Control Panel.
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TechRadar 03/22/2019 07:09
If you were wondering just how good Intel’s incoming Gen11 integrated graphics will be, then this leaked game benchmark offers an indication of the potential power on tap.
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