A report from The New York Times claims that Intel has repeatedly asked a group of Dutch researchers to remain silent over vulnerabilities in its chips, despite repeated instances of Intel patches which have not fixed the problem in its entirety.
Intel's 10th Gen "Ice Lake" Core CPUs are now official. With a focus on connectivity and battery life, this new generation of chips is ready for laptops and 2-in-1s with support for Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 3, and boosted graphics capabilities.
Intel is holding exclusive talks with potential buyers for its over 8,500 wireless patents, and one company seems to be of particular interest. The name of this company hasn’t been confirmed, but a report speculates it is Apple.