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Intel's first ever indoor light show shines on Pride with 50 mini drones

It may not be the 1,200 drones that transformed into snowboarders and the Olympic rings for the Winter Games earlier this year, but 50 Intel Shooting Star Mini drones lit up a multi-level store building for a Pride celebration in San Francisco
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Tesla drama heats up as autopilot chief departs

Elon, what is going on with your employees? Tesla's head of autopilot tech, Jim Keller, is leaving for a new gig at Intel. He's now the third autopilot executive to step down in less than two years. Tesla told the Wall Street Journal that Keller is
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If Apple breaks from Intel, will Macs get cheaper?

When Apple makes a move, it usually causes an earthquake. The chip industry felt tremors upon the report that Apple would soon be turning away from Intel for the chips in its MacBooks. Or at least one MacBook. As early as 2020, we may see the first
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5 Steps CIOs Should Take To Keep Up With Their Rapidly Changing Role

The role of the CIO is changing and becoming more important, but CIOs themselves must adapt their personal and professional skills to meet today’s demands. Those who don’t risk becoming irrelevant.
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Intel launches monster Core i9 chip for laptops

Some powerful, Intel-based portable computers are coming in the near future.  At an event in Beijing on Tuesday, Intel unveiled its first-ever, 8th-gen, Core i9 processor for laptops.  SEE ALSO: Huawei MateBook X Pro is a MacBook Pro copy
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Intel’s graphics driver update makes laptop gaming way better

Intel has updated its graphics control software, and it's getting a significant boost. The update will include an automatic optimization tool that will make it easier than ever to play games with integrated graphics, PCWorld reports.  Playing
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New iPhones might have slower data transfer speeds all because of Intel

Apple might finally ditch Qualcomm, the supplier of LTE modems in the iPhone, after getting locked into legal disputes over patent royalties last year. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims, according to MacRumors, that Intel might be the
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Why You Should Let Machines Make Decisions For You

From:   By: Ayushman Baruah Via: Why You Should Let Machines Make