Intel has made significant contributions to the Linux kernel in recent times and has managed to surpass Red Hat as the top contributor.
The annual "Who writes Linux?" report was released by the Linux Foundation to reveal critical numbers regarding the development of the open source software. Many enterprises have been involved with the Linux Foundation over the years but major contributions have always been from traditional Linux companies such as Red Hat, IBM and SUSE.
When major technology companies release diversity reports, you can count on two things: most employees are white, and most are male. Intel wants to address this problem, and today at its CES keynote in Las Vegas CEO Brian Krzanich announced plans to improve diversity not just at Intel, but in the wider tech industry.
Authors: Xeno Kovah, Corey Kallenberg, John Butterworth amd Sam Cornwell - The MITRE Corporation
A comparatively large number of security problems at the PC BIOS level have been found in the last 2 years relative to the preceding years .
Bring a laptop into the room, and it wirelessly links to your monitors, external hard drive and printer. That's Intel's vision of a wire-free world for PCs with its new Core chips based on the Broadwell microarchitecture.
Intel announced Thursday the availability of the new fifth-generation Core processors for PCs with support for technologies that could rid computers of a myriad of cables and connectors. The chips are targeted at business laptops, desktops and mini-PCs.
A few months ago, the Intel Edison launched with the promise of putting a complete x86 system on a board the size of an SD card. This inevitably led to comparisons of other, ARM-based single board computers and the fact that the Edison doesn’t have a video output, Ethernet, or GPIO pins on a 0.100″ grid. Ethernet and easy breakout is another matter entirely but [Lutz] did manage to give the Edison a proper display, allowing him to run Doom at about the same speed as a 486 did back in the day.