The dominant trends in the field of Virtual Reality in 2020

Global Data certifies the upward trajectory of the Virtual Reality field, both in terms of hardware and software. AI seems to be coming to work in conjunction with Virtual Reality trends, creating more and more interesting perspectives. One area where developments are expected is that of creating helmet processors and other objects that one can use in a Virtual Reality environment. Intel, ARM and Qualcomm are estimated to have a strong presence in this area. Enriching an Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

ZombieLoad: New serious security gap in Intel processors

A new and serious security gap has been identified and concerns Intel processors that have been manufactured since 2011. The security gap was named “ZombieLoad” by computer security experts because of the inability to process specific data from processors. As a result, this ‘zombie’ data packets create a security gap in Intel’s hardware, with the Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

All Chromebooks can also support Linux

Google announced in the I / O that it would be feasible and much easier to run a “Linux” distribution on “Chrome OS”. According to Google, this will be true for both “Intel”-based and “ARM”-based computers. Many sources agree that this announcement is not surprising from Google, as the “Chrome OS” itself began as a Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Intel announces new 5G modem – Available in devices from 2020

Intel has announced its new 5G modem, “Intel XMM 8160” ,which will support future networks 5G and older 2G, 3G and 4G. The new “Intel XMM 8160” will support frequencies from 600MHz up to 6GHz, ie up to three times faster than the current “LTE” modem. According to the manufacturer, the modem is designed to work with any type of device, from “smartphones” to “laptops”, “desktops” and “hotspots”. Intel has Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Apple’s future plans with new processors and iOS 12

Apple is reportedly preparing to replace the “Intel” processors while emphasizing its “mobile operating system”. According to what the “Phone Arena” says in its release, Apple -in the near future- will extend its cooperation with “TSMC”, leaving aside its cooperation with “Intel“, as it is almost certain that the “A13” and “A14” chips that will be inside the “iPhones” of 2019 and 2020 will be labeled “TSMC” instead of “Intel”. It is worth Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Foreshadow: Third major security gap in Intel processors

Intel has already released a “patch” limiting the problem, which concerns “chips” made after 2015, according to the BBC and the Reuters agency. The US company, however, has reassured it, saying on the one hand that it does not know reports of a real cyber-violation in its processors and that its future chips will be Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Edge computing… decentralizes data storage

Asia’s largest technology exhibition, Computex Taipei, opens its gates within the week. Visitors will come in contact with high-speed computer chips, PCs for gamers, and innovative startups. However, as far as money is concerned in the field of technology, to a large extent within Asia, it is enough to look at the so-called “internet of Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Intel presents its most powerful processor for laptops

©Provided by: pestaola.gr The Intel Core i9-8950HK is the most powerful processor for laptops that the company has presented so far. The new Intel processor has 6 cores inside and 12 threads, and can support overclocking comfortably and according to Intel itself is designed to create 3D content and 4K animation. The new processor is Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Intel integrates Radeon graphics into its processors

© Provided by: pestaola.gr The new Intel Core processors work with a new generation graphics graphics AMD Radeon RX Vega M. According to what was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the 8th generation Intel Core will have a built-in 4 GB second-generation graphics card. This configuration will be available on the Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Microsoft warns of correcting the security gaps

Microsoft has made it clear that software upgrades designed to close the security gaps that were discovered on Jan. 3 in virtually all central processors have resulted in some computers, both personal computers (PCs) and servers, to become slow. Systems that use Intel’s older chips show a noticeable slowdown and performance decline, Microsoft said in Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …