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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Sunday, I'm storm team for meteorologist for an Averman solo. Partly cloudy skies 86 degrees feels like 92 5 11 when half a 1,000,000 Virginians got problematic male invalid agape applications, Everyone wondered how that could happen. Today. We've got an answer. The centre for voter information is the civic engagement group that mail the unsolicited ballot applications to Virginians and get out the vote effort. It says The mistake happened when the company that printed the applications in correctly aligned a spreadsheet that matched voters with the registrar's offices. The group's CEO Tom Lowe. Peck apologized for the confusion. We're working with local election officials to correct this and we'll redouble our efforts to prevent any errors. The main problem with the applications they had the wrong return address so they wouldn't have gone to the correct registrar's office. Nick I. Nelly w T. O P News knew this afternoon Corona Virus Relief bill Talks just collapsed in Congress. That means some 30 million out of work. Americans won't get enhanced Unemployment checks anytime soon. Also knew today A U S. Intel official says Russia is trying to her Joe Biden's election chances and help the president's And he says China would prefer the Democrat over the incumbent Republican. Let's talk about it all with thoughts of you Sunday host Chris Wallace. Hello, Chris. Hey, How are you, Hillary? I'm good. You know, we're starting in the same place. We did last week Talks on Corona virus relief and considering there is so much suffering in the country right now, where our lawmakers on this Chris, and how could it affect the elections? Well, that lot talks basically have broken down. The Democrats are continuing to hold out for three million would talk about maybe three trillion rather would talk about possibly lowering it to two trillion and relief. And Republicans or hundreds of millions of dollars short of that on DH, So it appears that the president is going toe right? Send out some executive orders over the course of the week under early next week. On. We'll deal with some of these issues, primarily Ah, continuing the moratorium on evictions, probably not $600 a month, but Something short of that in terms of unemployment, federal benefits, But we're not going to see Ah congressional deal. Certainly for a while, sometimes you know when things fall apart. And they get back together. But they really are far apart of this point. Right S O The other news from The Washington Post Reporting that China prefers in a U. S president and Russia is trying to make Joe Biden look bad to help the president even before this news, Chris I think it's pretty fair to say there's a lot of concern over election security. And there's a pretty clear problem here, whether real or imagined in the outcome in the long term. Well, yes, And this board is this sound familiar? Sounds like 2016 all over again. Look, in the end, if Russia or China or some other country wants to interfere You know, all weaken. Dewey is the best we can to try to stop them and often kind of what they use isn't so sophisticated. It's it's they use social media to cut out that appear not to be the Russians or the Chinese. I could try to sow dissent. And Lord knows is a lot of that on social media. You know, the key issue in 2016 was the question as to whether or not the Trump administration or the Trump campaign was involved in this in some way, whether there was collusion and as we know that Muller report after years of investigation Never found enough of evidence of that to make a case. But the question is to whether or not on their own independently. Foreign countries. We're going to try to interfere. We have to assume they will because they've done it before. OK, who you have on this weekend. Well, we're going to be talking about where the negotiations on Corona virus released stand and whether there's any possibility of return or it may be by By Sunday that we're talking about reaction to presidential executive orders. We've got two great gas will be talking on the Democratic side to the speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi on the administration side to the secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin. Thank you so much. Chris Happy weekend. About. Thank you to Hillary. Thanks. What's new Sundays? Chris Wallace. You can watch him at 9 a.m. On Fox. Five. Let's see how well street did Here's Geoff Clay by the closing bell. The Dow is up just 47 points, but a rally 3.8% for the week. Money news in 10 minutes on double the GOP..

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US intel: Russia working to defeat Biden; China prefers Trump defeat

Tom Sullivan

00:28 sec | 3 hrs ago

US intel: Russia working to defeat Biden; China prefers Trump defeat

"Less than three months to go before the presidential election, the director of national intelligence, issuing a statement today, warning that foreign states air working to influence the race, the main concerned outlined in the statement, the ongoing and potential activity by China, Russia and Iran. US intelligence shows China would prefer Joe Biden to win and Russia would prefer President Trump remain in office officials also determined it would be Difficult for adversaries to interfere or manipulate results

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NBA Campus Intel: Lakers' Offensive Woes Continue in the Bubble

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

01:26 min | 1 d ago

NBA Campus Intel: Lakers' Offensive Woes Continue in the Bubble

"Thing about the bubble is I think it's GonNa. Be Really hard to execute your primary offense. If you will 'cause is way more indepth scouting of every team because you can literally go and see those teams in the bubble and they're all on TV and you have plenty of time to. Track things and check things out may make for uglier place more physical playoffs where these games, the defense sometimes is optional for much of the game. But I I guess I'm not a sold in Lakers and clippers and bucks even though I still think the Lakers clippers and bucks will be the Ford. Three of the fourteen remaining obviously the one thing with it's it's interesting as Ben? Simmons tweaks his knee right where you start to think to yourself wait I thought that that Joel embiid was going to be the injury plagued. One Simmons was one who had the back back issue before Kovic shut things down and now he tweaks a knee. Meanwhile, you got embiid who doesn't seem to be happy with anybody. Such a talent team but one that doesn't seem to have the ability to kind of get right but dude embiid is so talented. WHOA. So crazy talented I do think generally in the NBA now the jazz shake Milton playing the point gives them a viable scoring weapon I still like him on not nearly as much if Ben Simmons but you know they do al Horford but it would. It feels like it would kill there. Any chance to come out of the east. If you don't have been Simmons,

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DHS official removed from post amid reports his office compiled intel on journalists

On Being

00:20 sec | 5 d ago

DHS official removed from post amid reports his office compiled intel on journalists

"House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff says his panel has been conducting an investigation into the Homeland Security Department's top intelligence official Sheriff released a statement this weekend following media reports and Sadie HS has reassigned Brian Murphy. Following words at his office, I created intelligence reports on journalists and protesters in

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DHS stops compiling intel reports on journalists covering Portland protests

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:11 sec | 6 d ago

DHS stops compiling intel reports on journalists covering Portland protests

"The continuing protests in Portland in the federal government's response drawn a lot of attention. Now there's word, the Department of Homeland Security, compiled intelligence reports on a pair of journalists covering the

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Trump says he did not ask Vladimir Putin about bounties on US troops

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:40 sec | Last week

Trump says he did not ask Vladimir Putin about bounties on US troops

"Reports that Russia might have been paying bounties for the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan. President Trump admitted in a new interview with Axios that he never even raised the question In a call with Vladimir Putin last week, we discussed numbers things. We did not discuss that now and you never discussed it with him. I have never discussed it with him now. Trump also denied he'd heard anything about the bounties. Despite reports the Intel did. Take it into the president's daily brief. It never reached my desk. You know why? Because they didn't think intelligence. They didn't think it was really. It was in your life. They didn't think I was worthy every I wouldn't mind if it reached my desk. I would have done something about it. It never reached my desk. When

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Trump Did Not Ask Putin About Russia's Bounties on U.S. Troops

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:10 min | Last week

Trump Did Not Ask Putin About Russia's Bounties on U.S. Troops

"A new interview with the president after reports Russia allegedly paid bounties to the Taliban for the killing of US troops in Afghanistan. The president was asked about his recent call with Vladimir, Putin and whether the safety of our troops was brought up. Here's Terry Moran. Tonight after those reports that Russia been paying bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan president trump admitting in an interview with Axios that he never even raised the matter in a call with Vladimir Putin last week we discussed numerous things we did not discuss that you'd never discussed it with I have never discussed with Trump also denied heard anything about the bounties despite reports. The Intel did make it into the President's daily brief. It never reached my desk. You know why? Because they didn't think it would intelligence they didn't think it was real. It was reason. They didn't think it was worthy every I wouldn't mind if it reached my desk I would have done something about it. It never reached my desk when asked about Russia supplying arms to the Taliban trump said, the US did the same thing in Afghanistan to well, we weapons when they were fighting Russia to you know when we were when they were fighting with the Taliban. Afghanistan's different Eero well, I'm just saying yes. We did that to the president also making a major strategic move in Europe withdrawing a third of US troops from Germany citing his longstanding gripe that Germany doesn't pay its fair share for defense in Europe. There was bipartisan condemnation of the president's move. Those American troops in Germany have been the cornerstone of US security in Europe for decades. Senator Mitt. Romney calling withdrawal a grave error and a slap in the face of friend and ally the Biden campaign blasted trump in a statement saying the withdraw does not reflect a thoughtful defense strategy. This is a gift to Vladimir Putin. David nearly of those twelve thousand troops being pulled out of Germany there'll be rotated to other parts of eastern. Europe the Pentagon Dell. Help deter Russian aggression but president trump made crystal clear. This is a lot more about punishing Germany then deterring Russia David all of this electioneering Terry Moran Thank you tonight

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Apple and Google are fighting over the future of the web

The 3:59

10:07 min | Last week

Apple and Google are fighting over the future of the web

"Apple, Google, or who the biggest players in technology and fundamentally different ways of seeing where the Internet is going, and whoever wins out in this big conflict may have a huge impact on how we experienced the web broader. Chang and this is your charge. To break this down is see nets, reporter and resident giant Brain Stephen Shanklin welcome shank high, so Google and apple been rivals on many different levels for for many years. At what is this new battlefront? Look like well. This is basically a disagreement or a difference of opinion about where the web should go, and what the right balance is between Web APPS that run on the web in native APPs deployed into all the programming interfaces you'll see on an iphone or on windows or on Android so it's web versus native. Tunnel little bit about their respective positions. What's really informing? Why they're taking the positions, they are well. Google was born on the web and it is a huge fan of the web, and it's chrome. Browser dominates usage of the web so as you might expect. It's really a big fan of the web improving what the web can do. Make it as interactive as possible. Make It. As easy as possible to build advanced Web APPs that can do a lot of different things, basically Web APPs that powerful is native APPs apple on the other hand. It's obviously hugely successful with its iphone. In one of the reasons that's been successful as all the native APPs that run on the iphone and of course, apple gets a lot of money, not just from selling iphones, but also from taking its cut of. The fees that developers have to pay. Somebody buys something through Apple's APPs store, so apple is not. It doesn't disliked the web, but it has a bigger affinity for native APPs than Google does yes. Oh I use apps obviously on my phone. I browse the Internet to. Why should I care about this dispute? What really this boils down to sort of a difference of philosophy? Are you more of a fan of an open computing platform like the web or you more a fan of native APPs so that? That openness has a lot of advantages. If you decide to dump your windows laptop and moved to an IPAD, then that's going to be easier if the web is really at the center of your experience. If you're somebody who uses a lot of native APPS, you might like those on your iphone, but that might make it hard to switch to Android, because you're kind of walked into the apple iphone APPs on the other hand. Native APPs often are a lot more responsive a lot more powerful so. Baked often offering a better user experience, so it's about a difference in philosophy. What's more important to you? Each side certainly has its advantages and disadvantages. Yeah, one one way Google's trying China address this with their Web APPs. Is Something called progressive? Web APPs, which which are more fully featured talk about that. What what are what are they look like? And would we actually see some these progressive web? APPS pop up. Are here today Google? Helped coined the term and its aggressively pushing a bunch of technology that makes Progressive Web APPs better PWA's. You'll see that a lot in a tech circles, so yes as you said it's basically more of a packaged web. APP So right now you typically use your browser open A website do what you need to do on the website. If you're using progressive web APP, you might prompt that says hey. Do you want to save this to your home screen? Do you WanNa? Say this year start menu, and then you can save that as an APP you commend launched later without having to go through the browser, their wad of different features in Progressive Web. APPS that make them work faster. Make them work offline and generally improve the experience compared to a native APP. These are gradually. Increasing in power utility, there are a lot of companies like Uber in twitter and starbucks that have that liked them and have had pretty good success with them, so they're definitely increasing in importance I guess you can say it's basically the latest phase in improving the web web used to be this foundation for static documents studied with hyper links, and it got gradually more and more Interactive Progressive Web APPs the latest vanguard of that interactivity. Fred to a you set up. Up these two sides pretty nicely. What which side has more support backing? It depends on who you're asking about so web developers love power. They love features, and they love chrome, so the web developers no question they really like Google way of thinking in a lot of them. Don't like apples. Speed of improving its safari browser one of the big issues is that on iphones and IPADS? Safari is obviously not just the default browser, but also even if you're using chrome. It's apple's safari technology, so apple really controls. What's what goes on on an IPHONE or an IPAD? So the web developers really bristle about that. If you're talking about the average user Heidel really think most people know the difference mostly at this stage. If you're developing markets, places that don't have a many powerful devices, don't have very fast networks often, the web has a lot more urban advantage sometimes wetbacks to be much smaller and faster and easier to use than a native where you have to go through an APP store. Download a big head, the APP yet in. Terms of WHO's likely to win. Is there any kind of indication or still still too early I? Don't think either side is going to vanquish the other. I think the web is pretty healthy in is going to continue to be so I think native. APPS are not going to die, even for example, twitter is a fan, but if you load the twitter mobile, APP in some places, it'll say hey, have you? You tried our twitter native APP so it's not it's not really clear that one side of the other is going to actually prevail what the big question is which way it's going to tilt in the future and bats kind of uncertain what it looks to me at this stage is that the web developers and some people actually use the web like these advanced features, and there's pressure on apple two in. The features it builds into safari. Safaris team is growing. Apple has been adding some of these features. If not always as fast as Google would like also, there are a lot of allies that Google has like Intel and Microsoft, which is a very big powerful. Ally that are pushing this web direction so I think the web will steadily get more powerful, but native apps are certainly not going away. Okay, let me in the way you describe it with between absent browsers I think for a lot of folks. I tend to use more APPs on my phone. The expect you said the experiences, a bit more fully fleshed out likewise when I'm on my computer, I tend to use my browser a lot more rather than apps unless there's really specific program like. Is it just? Is it a matter of? Being a phone, the desktop experience, or has that plane the argument? There's definitely a difference between what happens on your laptop in what happens on your phone browsing on your phone? Even though apple actually helped pioneer mobile browsers with the first iphone way back in two thousand seven. It still is not as good as a native APP generally speaking. So that initial disadvantage I think really has persisted. A lot of people were trained to look for APPS in the APP store, not go to mobile websites that were broken or didn't work well or limited or just said for example you go to the yelp website, it says install the YELP APP. So you know there are a lot of disincentives to using the mobile web. Google's trying to reduce those, but there's still a huge gap then when you compare it to a laptop where a lot of people can just live in a web browser. Maybe they need photoshop or Microsoft Word or some other. Video or photo editor running on their laptop, but mostly the web is how a lot of us can get worked on the laptop. That dynamic I think. It's changing I think the web is getting more powerful on phones, but it's not clear to me that it's getting so much more powerful that it's really going to be the primary way we interact on our phones. I think especially for the APPS that you use a lot one to ten twenty times a day. Those are probably going to be native APPS for most people. I'm just trying to get a sense for our listeners. What what this actually means, if one side wins like what what is Apple's vision of the future look like versus Google's vision with feature well I think way it. Shakes out, it's not so much that one side of the other is going to win, it's that it's going to tilt one way or the other and I think in the apple do more priority on native apps spend more time in walled gardens silos I'm not sure what the right term is exactly, but basically more time on one companies platform where it's harder to switch out of that email service in that music streaming service in. In that collection of APPs The web vision. It's a bit more open loosey-goosey. You might have to do more vetting yourself. Is this service worth my money? Is this email service safe to use? So it's there's less hand holding, but it's more open so kind of a different one is one is arguably easier on the customer, but if you do want to make changes or control your destiny, it gets a bit harder. Shack this is the first in a series looking at this issue. What what else you have on tap this week are also gonna be looking at some of these security. Implications of Web APPs the more power you give to the web, the more the attack surface gets bigger, the more ways there are for a hackers to attack your browser and your entire phone and laptop, and we're going to be looking specifically at twitter, which as a pretty interesting story about why it made the choices it did. Did with its own web APP, so it's sort of a a look at how it sees the world. Obviously, twitter is a pretty important application right now as a native APP and web APP. We thought there'd be interesting example to look into their decision. Great thanks for joining me.

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What Happened to Voice Assistants?

This Week in Tech

01:20 min | Last week

What Happened to Voice Assistants?

"What happened to voice assistance. Yeah, exactly how ambient computing didn't become the next big thing. It's plateaued completely. Yeah, that natural conversation thing was supposed to be the future that you can walk in the voice to understand contacts. You could say I want lights on I. Want this done whatever it is. And I get an ice I tore out all my smart speaker. Stuff all again from this stuff is sorry, polly, don't understand. Ask when we where. Where was this photo taken? Sorry I don't understand what you mean understand. You showing a photo that I know has. I understand if I had access to the file. You, know I it's crazy. Did they give up what happened? There I mean. Amazon has had a bunch of pieces of news lately about ways to make Alexa more intelligent until. Let dive deeper into third party. APPS so they're certainly still at work. By the way that's a great example of a company that does do a lot of research that is aimed at bringing products to market, not just aimed at least three. Yeah Very. Motto some guys for Microsoft and Microsoft and ticket out future damage the sample. Perfect, example, that's what happens now. Is The people move? The engineers say well. You know it's a very fluid job market. I'm GonNa go where somebody who appreciates what I just thought of. Yeah, that's interesting

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Trump says he could send as many as 75,000 federal agents to US cities

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:12 min | Last week

Trump says he could send as many as 75,000 federal agents to US cities

"Offering to send federal help to other cities dealing with nightly protests. I guess it's because the decision to help in Portland was such a big success. Maybe more successful than the present expected, attracting a whole new group of protesters not just the wall of moms, but also former Army officer Janine Beach Art who showed up in full uniform and said the Constitution was being violated. Don't spray tear gas on peaceful citizens who have the constitutional right of peaceful assembling, having served 16 years of military intelligence. She said she would never handle an adversary that way, and it's unacceptable. You You don't don't do do that that in in a a war war zone. zone. That's That's bad bad policy policy in in a a war, war, So So you you want want to to win win the the hearts hearts and and minds minds you you want want to to de de escalate escalate the the situation. situation. That's That's where where how how you you get get good good Intel Intel you you build build trust. trust. But But what if this wasn't about the escalation? Because it appears that the Portland demonstrations were already deescalating chanting gets boring. Eventually, even activists find better ways to spend an evening. But when anonymous federal officers dressed in camouflage and dispatched by Donald Trump Show up Now you have a fresh enemy. Protestors get Second wind, video confrontations, flood social media, and suddenly those terrifying Covad numbers are pushed to the bottom of the screen. Sounds like Mission accomplished to me. Dave

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100 days from election, top intel official warns of foreign interference

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last week

100 days from election, top intel official warns of foreign interference

"Warning about foreign interference ahead of this year's presidential election correspondent Aaron Carter Ski has details 100 days before the presidential election, the nation's counter intelligence chief said adversaries are trying to compromise US political campaigns and election infrastructure. There's concern about another cyber intrusion like the one that targeted the Democrats in 2016. And the intelligence community said Russia, Iran and China are still using social media to sway American opinion, increased discord and undermine confidence in the democratic process. They found fodder in the corona virus pandemic and protests over the death of George Floyd.

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‘Android Lockbox’ lets Google monitor third-party Android app usage

Daily Tech News Show

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

‘Android Lockbox’ lets Google monitor third-party Android app usage

"The information sources say that Google has an internal program called android lock box that collects data on how non Google apps are used on android. The sources also say that Google uses this information to improve Google's own APPS so people agree to share information while setting up android, the program collects often. APPS are opened, and how long they're in use, so Google said in a statement that it uses the ANDROID APP data. A API used data API to excess quotes, basic data about APP usage such as how often apps are opened to analyze and improve services and

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Foreign adversaries 'seeking to compromise' presidential campaigns, intel warns

Mandy Connell

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Foreign adversaries 'seeking to compromise' presidential campaigns, intel warns

"Before the presidential election. The nation's counter intelligence chief said adversaries are trying to compromise US political campaigns and election infrastructure. Who's concerned about another cyber intrusion like the one that targeted the Democrats in 2016 and the intelligence community said Russia, Iran and China are still using social media to sway American opinion, increased discord and undermine confidence in the democratic process. They found fodder in the Corona virus Pandemic and protests over the death of George Floyd,

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The Latest from Tech Stocks

Bloomberg Markets

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Latest from Tech Stocks

"Twitter is up after daily user growth surge. Microsoft slumped after crowd go growth slowed and Tesla's up after its results beat estimates Intel reports after the close. Gator. Quick look a Tesla here, It's Tesla's down now. 7/10 percent, 15. 80 to 96 Share way. Check

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Tesla Smashed Earnings Expectations

WSJ What's News

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Tesla Smashed Earnings Expectations

"Tesla is defined. The street's expectations reported fourth straight quarter of Prophet yesterday. These latest results now make it eligible for inclusion in the S. and P.. Five hundred. Our reporter. David Dorey explains what this could mean if that happens, that would be huge for Tesla aside from the reputational prestige of being in such a big index. Eleven trillion dollars trucking. The SNP on inclusion would probably fire a starting gun on the race for big index funds to get the hands on Tesla's hsieh's thought, it'd be a far cry. From the numerous periods of precariousness tests has faced in recent years Barry Mind. This is the company that lost four hundred eight million dollars in the second quarter last year. Test is by no means guaranteed to being in the S&P five hundred, but if it does getting created, it could be a sea-change moment for those. He wants to make money for electric cars the energy transition. Looking ahead on today's busy earnings calendar at and T., blackstone Intel twitter American Aska and southwest. Airlines are among those reporting today.

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China says it will retaliate after US orders its Houston consulate to close

Todd Schnitt

11:31 min | 2 weeks ago

China says it will retaliate after US orders its Houston consulate to close

"With the Chinese. Let's deal with the hacking situation and the story that broke yesterday and even before this, we had heard that the Chinese were actively trying to steal intellectual property on Research for a Corona virus vaccine and it comes down to the Chinese know that this virus originated in Wuhan. The Chinese know that they misled the world. They misled the United States they misled. Originally, the World Health Organisation, which has become complicity with the Chinese. On multiple levels and the Chinese did a disservice to humanity. Let's look at it through the prism and the lenses of us here in the United States. That if they would have let us know in December Or early January what they knew and if the Chinese would have locked down Wuhan sooner, even just a week sooner. They didn't tell their own people between January 14th in the 21st and there was a massive spread and rule on at that point. They don't even tell their own people or they didn't move to lock things down. And again the Chinese Communist government completely to blame here for mishandling and mismanaging and lying to the world. And with that said the Chinese don't want Toby. Shown up that they don't want to be behind the eight ball. They want to also be the ones that say, Hey, we've got the best vaccine against Corona virus. Instead of all of the other pharmaceutical and research and institutions around the world that are working diligently and feverishly. On a vaccine whether it's German scientists whether it's French, whether it's what we're hearing out of Oxford in the UK Fizer here in the United States and, of course, their branches all around the world, Moderna. You know, that's just a fraction of who's working. Johnson and Johnson here in the United States is just a fraction of who's working on this vaccine. And the Chinese were we heard this two months ago. I talked about this on the program months ago that the Chinese were tryingto hack and steal data from all over the world so they could be first. Was saying, Hey, we got the vaccine. And now we have two Chinese hackers that have been formally charged with trying to steal research on the Corona virus vaccine. Trying to steal from private companies trying to steal from our government agencies as well. And this is what came down from the DOJ yesterday. And these two guys apparently work that the Chinese Ministry of State Security and the Gwang Dong State Security Department To lead a campaign, which the DOJ the assistant attorney General, John Demmer said was a sweeping global computer intrusion campaign. That's the nice way to say hacking intellectual property theft just going in and stealing. Chinese are very, very good at this. That's why they've gotten so far militarily. From a industrial standpoint, they stolen countless countless hundreds of billions or trillions. An intellectual property. Lee. Zhou Yu, 34 years old and dung. Jeez, I got zero J A Z a shot. G, uh 31. According to the reports, they targeted intellectual property and confidential business information. Held by Pharmaceutical companies and those that are steaming full speed ahead toward a corona virus treatment. Treatments. So the therapeutics the testing issues, the vaccines they were trying to rip off and bust into everything. And this is what the Chinese have done again. Defense contractors. Why do you think the latest generation of the Chinese fighter jet looks just like the F 35 Because they ripped off was the Lockheed Martin or north of Groman. They They controlled her back in the late to thousands like 8 4009 And they stole a whole lot of defence information on the F 35 ripped it off. So it's defense contractors. They rip off the pharmaceutical companies. A computer high tech medical device companies. The Chinese even have a history of busting into solar energy companies here in the United States video game development They're ripping off information. They're stealing codes. It's nonstop on what the Chinese do their absolute thieves. When it comes to intellectual property. According to the indictment. These malicious cyber activities began more than 10 years ago. And were ongoing as of the date of the indictment, according to AA de MERS. During that time, the hackers stole terabytes of data from hundreds of targets. Establishing themselves as a prolific threat to the U. S and foreign networks. And these charges from the feds. They say that these Chinese hackers tried to access the accounts of other organizations that we're not government organizations. They tried to bust also into dissident organizations or actual dissidents or clergy, human rights activists. Is it trying to get Intel and so they can punish and and go after anything that's a threat to the Chinese Communist. Regime. That's what this comes down to. Yeah, Lee and Dung they were working on high tech companies. That was their focus, but they had a whole team. They work of others, obviously, but Lee and Dung they were, they were focused on busting into high tech companies here in the United States, also in South Korea, and Sweden and Spain, Australia, Belgium, Britain. Germany, Japan, Lithuania Nothing about a stony and Latvia. But Lithuania and these indictments were filed in U. S District Court in Washington. And shows that Beijing is using fight cyber theft. In a worldwide campaign. To quote Robbe replicate and replace non Chinese companies in the global marketplace. And then there's also said that China is providing the safe haven for these criminals in order for the Chinese government to get all this information that these guys were Pretty much on the Chinese kami payroll. China has not taken its place alongside Russia, Iran and North Korea in that shameful club of nations that provide a safe haven for cyber criminals to exchange or in exchange for those criminals being on call toe work for the benefit of the state. Again to feed the Chinese Communist Party's insatiable hunger. For American and other non Chinese companies. And to steal their hard earned intellectual property, including covert 19 research, according to Des Murs, assistant attorney general It's a huge problem it has been, and that's why the Chinese are as far as they are. So on the heels of that now we go to the next chapter. And that's that the Chinese consulate in Houston, Texas, has been ordered closed and, you know he's got his finger on this pulse and is spot on and is not a great job and doesn't pull punches. Mince words. And that's Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio. He gets and has gotten the Chinese threat for a very long time. And what Marco Rubio said today in Fox Business interview is that the Chinese Consulate in Houston is a front for a massive spy organization. And the State Department has ordered that consulate in Houston. To shut down, he said. This consulate is basically a front. It's kind of the central node of a massive spy operation. Commercial espionage, defense espionage. Also influence agents try to influence Congress, according to Marco Rubio. And by the way, Senator Rubio is the acting chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee. And he said that this closure of the Houston Chinese consulate was long overdue. And he said the State Department Was completely right Team make this move, and the State Department says that this is absolutely necessary to protect intellectual property here in the United States and private information. And of course, the Chinese. They're going ballistic. They're saying that they could retaliate. That this is uncalled for. This is a gray GIs. We could retaliate. China China When you get there, try to get you to send another virus our way. Is that how you going to retaliate? And Rubio also predicted that China Would then retaliate by closing one of our diplomatic facilities. In China. And if you wanna get a snapshot of what we have in China, Of course, we have the official U. S embassy in Beijing, but we have five consulates around China. We have a consulate in Shanghai. We have a U. S consulate in Gwang Ju. We have a U. S consulate and Cheng do and Wuhan Great and in Shenyang, So we have apparently five other Consulates. On top of our embassy. So the expectation is the Chinese going to retaliate by shutting down one of our places. Hey, what about this fire? What about the Houston Fire Department being called to this embassy or this consulate? Has to shut down by end of business like 45 o'clock on Friday. So the Chinese have to shut this thing down and get out by the end of this week. By Friday afternoon, And last night, there was a fire at the embassy Smoke and Houston Fire department responded. What do you think happened? Where was the fire? What were they doing? Hold on to that thought, because we'll wrap up this whole story with that next. Here on Schmidt, I

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Checking on Friends in New York and Italy

Travel with Rick Steves

04:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Checking on Friends in New York and Italy

"Let's start today's travel through exterior with a call to our friend, Fred Plotkin in New, York City his work on Italian. Cuisine and opera earned him special honor from the Italian government a few years ago. But like the rest of us, he's staying home and Haton Intel. The risk of infection improves. Giorno Fred. Great to be with you wherever you are, Rick. You Fred first of all you call yourself a pleasure activist, I love that term, and it sort of reminding me of your passion for Opera Your Passion for Italy your passion for cooking, and all the lecturing and writing and work you do. Turn people under those joys of life. How was your life like right now in new? York City I'm in the thick of it. In terms of what the epicenter has been in New York. And my philosophy became at the very beginning better six feet apart than six feet under so I've been very very responsible as I encourage everyone to be if people can get to the plays in world, wars and pandemics, the vast. We need to learn from what people did. Or didn't do and that's sustenance to me to study the past at times like this. Because otherwise we feel abandoned. The past there to teach us, and so I've been reading I've been studying I've used the opportunity to begin to work on a book. I've been wanting to write for years, but haven't had the time. Time is a gift. We need to use it very very well, and I tried to. And I've been reminding myself and my friends that rather than spinner wheels and try to do something. We can't do during this period. Find a way to make it a constructive time and a blessing when you think about your passions opera for instance to me I am so saddened by the notion that one of the most dangerous things. This time is being acquire because the worst way to. To spread this virus is by singing with Gusto, making a joyous sound that depresses me frankly that choirs could be deadly now I have to see them in these checkerboards zoom world singing solo right now and you know I have many opera singer friends who are very dear friends of mine, and I feel for them terribly some of the managing and they sing, and they practice, and they steady new music, but others feel that without the sound of applause in the presence of colleagues. It's not their work and my feeling is always been that when we go into a feeder or church where people are seeing where. Action happens and air shared. Is that sharing of the air the electronic current that happens between humans? That's a huge part of. Our experience at alive theater as a communal setting and something that virtual technology just cannot replicate I never. An opera on the radio or on video and operates a report from an Opera House. But I'm not saying. These things are bad and right now I, certainly enjoying audio operas well but communal gathering. Is something fundamental. You talked about the sharing of air I never thought about that, but I've been thinking about it without knowing it. It's the sort of a communion of course when pastors are struggling with. How can we be together at church if you can't have the sharing of the peace or communion or fellowship or singing? There's no sharing of air and when you go to a pub, you want to share that air when you go to a theater when I give a lecture I want the house packed. It's the sharing of the air, and that's going to be an adjustment for us, and we can hope and pray it will come back, but in the interim we can be singing solo and doing it in a community kind of way. I. Suppose think of the word inspiration. That's where that comes from. It's about breathing together. We do breathe together. I I WANNA make a point to that New York City during the complete lockdown. was incredibly quiet and I heard birds and all kinds of things. I did normally here and frankly the air was much. Cleaner city has slowly begun to try to read self up again. The air is kidding dirtier. This is the place you're activists in me that I'm very sensitive to these things. And although I would not wish on anyone what we've been through nonetheless. I wish we could learn that. There are ways to keep the air cleaner

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Scientists Discover A New Material For Cleaning Up Oil Spills

Environment: NPR

02:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Scientists Discover A New Material For Cleaning Up Oil Spills

"Soil spills are often sopped up with synthetic spongy materials, but researchers are looking to nature for more sustainable alternatives. NPR's Christopher Intel Yada has more. There's a good reason hair gets oily. It's because your hair follicles have little fat glance that use oil onto your hair and so hair oil kinda like peanut, butter and Jelly. Sandwich but they go together all the time. David, who is a biologist and engineer at Georgia Tech? He says that oil is a good thing because it coats and protects your hair, and it helps animals waterproof there for well now scientists Australia have taken a cue from nature to see how well hair and for can absorb a different kind of oil crude oil I keep looking at my cats in wondering if they can be more useful. Megan Murray and environmental scientist at the University of Technology Sydney. She says she's joking about the cats, but there is a whole lot of hair out there. As long as we get, had cats and dogs that need to be groomed. We're going to continue to generate this waste stream. Murray's team put dabs of crude oil in petri dishes, either straight on the glass on top of terra cotta tile, or on sand, then they took Matt's of human hair and dog fur, and pitted them against synthetic polypropylene fabric, which is commonly used to sop up oil spills. It was justice good We've done the science. We run the numbers and it performed just as well as polypropylene which is. Is Allocating Saban at the moment that we use in disaster management. The details are in the journal. Environments few county yachts, Hair, and I soaked up the oil well on glass and terra cotta, but not on sand, which suggests that Matt's of hair might work on factory, floors or roads, but not so much on a beach and previous work by Murray's team shows that Harris sinks in the water, so it's not ideal for cleanup at sea. Then there's the issue of reliability, says chemist Chris Ready in the middle of a battle like normal spill. You're GONNA have a very predictable material that is easily deployed increase. No uncertainty and these natural products carry just a lot more uncertainty. At, woods hole oceanographic, institution, and full disclosure the owner of a yellow lab. Despite this uncertainty, he says maybe hair can teach us how to make better materials and Georgia techs. David, who says the study made him look at hair differently as soon as I read this. The first thing I thought is hey. I've been throwing away these little hairy rings that appear in the bottom of my shower, but maybe I should just collect them in a jar and use it to clean my dishes, or maybe you'll just have a little more patients when Fido and fluffy shed their potentially valuable hair Christopher Intel Yata NPR news.

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Apple might release two ARM-based MacBooks this year

The Tech Guy

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple might release two ARM-based MacBooks this year

"There are new Intel macintoshes in the pipeline that means they've designed them. They're ready to. They're going to still offer them new designs, probably a new I. Mac would be my guess, but we don't know but. They've said that they've also said. Our existing Intel computers and the ones we sell will be supported for years to come. I believe them on that, too. That's all we know, so everything else is speculation is my speculation. There will be a thirteen inch laptop and macbook pro this year. running on apple silicon. There will also be an Intel based I'm Mac this year next year. I would guess everything apple releases. Will be on the new apple chips and the apple chips. Here's the real the benefits. We pretty much can expect from the new apple chips. They'll use less power so if you have a laptop. You have an I mac, you said. No you have a laptop. The PRO macbook, pro. LAPTOPS, Yeah Yeah. I'm sorry I thought you, said I mak so the. Biggest benefit will be for laptops. You should get a much better battery life, maybe a day or two.

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"intel" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

14:12 min | 3 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Acquired

"Like are you kidding me you do get out so finally it takes like all of nineteen eighty five where they're just trying to like. This is a list of so much about organizations right got the founder Co founder and CEO of the company and the President of the company. Who was the first employee who were literally telling the company to stop? Doing something in the company cannot stop doing it. It gets the point where Andy is personally going factories and just laying everyone off on the spot and saying hey like we really need to get serious about this. We just need to shut this factory down. It's it's an old factory anyway. It's too small to to do like it. We really shouldn't be operating in any way but I'm doing this in part because we have to shut this this thing but it's also a statement to the company of like. I'm closing the memory factories and we're going to turn summoned to CPU factories. But like this one is it and everybody needs to see them. Freaking serious about this Andy. At least from the book seems like a really sort of like empathetic and warm person and understood how to do that with sort of As much grace as you possibly can And and sort of be with those people in a hard time but like it was crazy. The amount of Dramatic measures that he had to take even as the president to influence. Yeah well warlike. They're fighting the competition outside the beltway. But then they're also fighting. You know the culture internal so they finally do it. By the end of Nineteen ninety-five. They're out of the memory. Business and of course the obvious thing that they go into of their remaining business lines that they put their focus behind the microprocessor business that turns out to be Super Smart. Because you know the waves coming and obviously this is GonNa grow hugely so you could say that. That's sort of what happened in. What's this? There's the story but the but what's really interesting was brilliant. Abou- what really Andy did and how they lead. The company was if they had just done that then. The same cycle would have played out over the next ten. To fifteen years Intel. Whiz in the lead they basically invented the microprocessor. They were the x eighty six architecture. Was how the standard IBM PC and IBM PC. Clones were based on and they would have been the leading chip producer. But anybody else could come along and produce chips to and in fact so there was the four zero four which is for a cow actually for Japanese calculator busy Corp I think that they created it And then but then the first x eighty six architecture was the eighty. They made the eighty eighty six. But then there's the eighty-eight those in the first. Ibm PC eighty which was the terror. Yeah that's right. And then there was the eighty one eighty six and eighty to eighty six right. And so that's where we were at this point and they were second sourcing dislike. They did with all of their product lines way also. Yeah they were second sourcing in. Amd was the second source on the one eighty six and the two eighty six and I think maybe before that too but they had a major contract in place with amd to do to be the second source for for the two eighty six now like you said they were working on the three eighty six and they knew and Andy knew that the the three eighty six was going to be something special. While the all the other iterations on the eighty six processor had been increased speed and more you know More transistor density. The three eighty. Six process can be the first thirty two bit processor. Oh everything before that was sixteen bit so this was going to be like major major step change in the power and functionality of the brains of the personal computer and so they're getting out of the memory business they have this huge lake strategic decision to make about what to focus on. Andy knows he's got this special product and they come up with what ends up being the brilliant strategic decision obvious in hindsight to say no. We're not going to second source. This we are going to be the primary and sole source you. WanNa three eighty six processor. You GotTa buy you want a thirty two bit. Eighty-six x eighty six compatible architecture processor. There's only one place in the world to get this and that is directly from Intel. It's kind of amazing what happens. I mean even look to how this translates all the way to today so I want to just pause for a moment and David like come back to. It's crazy. What happens but you think about today? There's basically two types of chip companies there's fabulous and there's companies that have their own fabs like Intel and when I say like Intel. I pretty much tell. And so you've got like the TSMC's of the world the Samsung Samsung. Who's WHO's designing that this time. All these arm based chips that are designed by these fabulous companies and then built in a separate chip Fab in a commodity way that are decoupled separate designer from the manufacturer and Intel to this day still manufacturers one hundred percent of their designs themselves so this is what happens so remember. They had this they have this agreement with. Amd to be the second source. And I believed that agreement technically. We're supposed to continue into the three eighty six processor. Intel breaks says. No nobody else is. GonNa do this. You want the thirty two bit x x eighty six processor. You gotta come to us. Sues them Intel countersued and I did this and it ends up. It drags out in court. I forget who actually wins? But at the end of the day the judgment is that. Amd is going to be able to market x eighty six architecture chips but the Intel is not going to be forced to give them the designs so amd has in a clean room reverse engineer way. Yes so that takes of another couple of years to do that. It ends up being like the Atari Story. It is a story. The sport's sake genesis story so it ends up taking six years for. Amd from it's the end of nineteen eighty five when Intel ships. The three eighty six out the door I believe Compaq computer is the first customer for the three eighty six. And as and that's like the beginning of Compaq's rise and Intel rises with them then everybody all the PC manufacturers use until three eighty six processors it takes until nineteen ninety-one before amd can get a competitive product out there so during the whole first six years of the PC wave Intel is the only player providing CPU's the most important component of the computer. And then what happens in nineteen ninety one when? Amd finally gets their competing product out there. That's when Intel launches the Intel inside campaign. Which is dislike so brilliant on two levels. One it's like one of the best pieces of marketing. Of all time they really invented the ingredient brand exactly with them in like nutrasweet where like the only ingredient brand successful ingredient brands of all time. But they do something super super smart that prevents. Amd from countering with any kind of similar tactic. Which is the way. I didn't realize that still doing research the way the Intel inside marketing campaign worked was Intel. Core spent a bunch of money advertising marketing it directly right so then of course. The customers would demand from the manufacturer like Oh. I'm only buying this. Dell are Compaq has an Intel inside which is so. That's what I thought. But Hughes the more powerful piece of course that's true but they went into winter all of the manufacturers to Compaq Dell gateway to everybody's IBM and they said you know all the marketing costs that you guys are spending to market your own. Pc's competing against one. We will pay fifty percent of your marketing. Call us if you include in your marketing collateral that you have Intel inside That is so smart. Isn't that as leg killer? And so that's like the the amount of marketing expenditure associated with that is enormous. There's no way that amd who's been out of the game now for five six years can do anything even close to matching that level spend and so until dislike. It's like a soon nami that washes over the whole market. Wow that's like the Bobby axelrod billions quote when you know you have an advantage precedent. Yeah Yeah there and I think that you know India doesn't talk really all in the book about that but I think that was another decision kind of on the level of maybe not quite as big as sole sourcing the three eighty six but like having lived through the crazy all near death experience of competition and becoming a commodity a memories. They were so paranoid about ever losing their power advantage in. Cpu's that they were gonna be willing to do anything to maintain it. Wow so andy becomes. Ceo The whole company. Gordon retires in Nineteen eighty-seven once this this whole with is underway. Indie serves the CEO the company from Nineteen Eighty seven to nineteen ninety eight revenues rise from one point nine eighty seven ninety eight and eleven zero. Yes yeah seven to ninety eight. And then he retires and becomes chairman the company revenues rise from one point nine billion in eighty seven when he becomes CEO after they'd already selling started selling the three eighty six to over twenty six billion when he retires in Nineteen Ninety and in nineteen ninety seven rape before he retires. Famously Time magazine. Names Andy. Their man of the year. Legally this story is so incredible. Like you've got this kid. This Jewish kid born in nineteen thirty in Hungary who buy like all statistical probability should never have even survived and lake. Here he is leading and turning around lake the preeminent Silicon Valley Company in this new industry and becoming Time magazine man at the Air Lake incredible. It's totally crazy. It also really underscores like I don't know what the original deal looked like for Intel to land the the contract with IBM PC and the the sort of PC IBM PC clones or copycats. Were you call? Well I think it was that it was. It was nineteen eighty-one when Intel landed the contract to be the CPU provider for the IBM PC. And then I think all the clones because of that the clones had to use the same architecture as the IBM PC in the x eighty. Six architecture bus. You needed an x eighty six compatible chip for all. Pc's I don't know if they really realize the value that they they had when the IBM PC's sort of shows Intel to be the supplier for that one. But like I assume they knew it was some amount of big deal and it speaks to how much even though we can sort of rip on Intel for dragging their feet for so long and taking forever to get out of the memories business like they did have the beginnings of a backup plan and like they had started working on this new emerging market. Because they had rnd at their core and believe they needed to be on the cutting edge believed they needed to be investing in technology lines and shipped and got it out there and got it to be the critical path. Part of a major major news product in the market. Yeah I was going to save this playbook. But but andy talks about this and only the parents like the time to innovate is not when you find yourself in a strategic inflection point. It is well before then like you constantly should be looking for new product lines looking for diversification like Uber's denigrate a great job of this rate lake. Where would you rather be if not for its in Hebrew for Eytan like so uber eats in the US last week or two weeks ago eclipsed ridesharing in revenue for the very first time? And like when you look at these graphs it's ridiculous because it's ubereats going up slowly. And then Hooper ridesharing obviously falling off a cliff. But it's insane to C- like right now in time because of the investments done over the last three or four years Lubar has revenue like one. Compare that to lift right. Who doesn't have you know. I think they're now launching a delivery type product but strategic inflection point is not the time to be launching new products. Yeah yeah we'll I`ll. I'll catch us up to Intel today. The number I think David quoted something like this earlier when Andy came in annual revenues at Intel or one point nine billion dollars. Nothing too bad. When he left in ninety seven it was twenty six billion dollars so not only did he. Sort of save the company but really like created the the behemoth that we know today. You know what is that thirteen x on the revenue from revenue? We don't have the We couldn't find the profit margin stats on those but lake. They were bleeding money on the one point nine well before maybe not. The one point nineteen eighty-seven but whatever hundreds of millions of revenue? They had in nineteen eighty-four they were losing boatloads of money and then they were immensely profitable by when India left. Well to give you an give you. A picture of the economic profile is company today so an increase then from twenty six billion Andy left to seventy two billion in two thousand. Nineteen there a hardware company and their net income is twenty one billion dollars on that seventy one billion. So it's that's what Twenty five percent that income commercials pretty. It's pretty damn good right right and this is a company that like. There's lots to talk about. In the modern era of the way they've dropped the ball and they haven't effectively created low power processors and they missed the move away wave and lost to criticize but like pretty behemoth of two hundred and sixty billion dollar market cap business even in this crazy stock market environment that we're in right now..

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"intel" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

04:14 min | 3 months ago

"intel" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"You know. I think that one of the things that I personally am most proud about has come down to how we have been able to not just enable one industry and one set of customers but you take the learnings and then you find out. How can I help? Another industry in another set of customers benefit from the flexibility in those innovations and One of the stories I used to talk about is I've been in cloud and in communications and with DVD hey an NF v and cloud native networking. You get to the point where you calm service provider networks in the cloud service provider. Data centers can actually interacts. Maybe not on equal round or equal footing but in a similar way they can use similar management contracts. And so I just feel that there's GonNa be a lot more collaboration so in bringing virtualization and bringing multi core processing and cloud native agile management thinking into telecommunications. Actually think we'll make things better holistically. Even between those two industries potentially where they understand more about how one area managed and how to work with the other set of resources that are necessary to get to their customers. We look at all this right now. And there's been a lot of exponential changes when you see that right now. Is there something that surprised you have? What's happened with Intel? That you said this is going to make a difference for one specific vertical market you know manufacturing is going to progress more than let's say retail or more than financial services and that's where because of the edge and five. G. We're going to see a lot of great growth now We that is a really good question. I think that what we're seeing in terms of early deployments is five G. STARTING OUT WITH THE WORLD. They know a little bit more in terms of some of the more consumer oriented use cases Since it has been some of the orientation of of the smartphone economy in particular. But I think that I think what will surprise us. All is the degree to with enterprise industry and Agriculture and industry itself can take advantage of these technologies and then just sell some problems that they had work around four but they've kind of had inflexible solutions as opposed to really being able to do what they want so I suspect industry and Agriculture Transport Fleet management will be surprised at some of what we see. There it'll be much faster for a package delivery company to realize we shouldn't do left turns. We should only right turns. They won't need as much anecdotal data. They'll actually have real time insights to optimize fleet management and routing. Well I have to tell you. Lynn COM vice president of Data Center Group at General Manager of Visual Infrastructure Division MPG strategy at Intel. Thank you so much for your time. I have to tell you you truly have proved to me that Intel you know is no longer just a CPU company. I tell you you know you're changing the minds and hearts of customers and this been a great conversation. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. I appreciate the time all right and I'd love for our listeners. To know where can they go to learn more about what you are specifically doing if they want to get more information so there's a couple of landing pages one of them if you're interested in the visual aspects we talked about? There's a visual cloud landing page at Intel Dot com where we talk about a lot of this innovation But I'm also on twitter so you can follow me. It's at comp underscored Lynn and You'll find a lot of information there as well all right. Thank you so much okay listeners. That's all the time we have for this segment. But again if you WANNA know more check out our website at connected world dot com or dot com most important he just learned tweet at US connected. W MAG all right. This is the show podcasting. Voice of transformations remember with great tax break responsibility. We'll be right back after this short.

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"intel" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"intel" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Mike Leshner be here. So Steve We have a lot to talk about and I'm pretty excited because we've been talking so much about what Intel has going on and right now there's a lot going on in the world so I know guy talking from your home today so I appreciate you spending some time but I thought we could start talking about is. Let's begin talking about the Intel Eastern at seven hundred series network adapter. Because I know there's a lot that you have to explain to my listeners. But what you have going on there and if I'm right on this I think it's code-named edgewater channel. Are you guys still using that or not? Walk me through a little bit there. Yeah Okay so so I love me explain A little bit about in how we invest in ether has so we were. We were one of the very first and define even tested -CATION and we've been developing solutions now out forty years even at seven hundred series is basically our ten twenty five forty gig brought up and we call seven hundred series because we developed the even that he that I keep in we'll get integrated other In health products like RSS's chipsets and then my group bomb eight that it and evolves Ethernet controllers. And he couldn't doctors and so what we were. Announcing here is a figure skew of at seven hundred theory that includes this enhanced precision time stamping time protocol. And Yeah the code name for that. Adapter is at edgewater channel so basically building off of this one hundred series adapted from adding this high-precision Ni can be link from adoption after and that's pretty significant right now when we think about the importance of what's happening with edge computing and five. G. And what everybody has to think about where we are going in. Today's market. Not only what we're doing right now. But where the market's headed. Is that correct? Yeah absolutely and you know so just a little bit of background on how we got to this product so our seven hundred series products are pretty well established and cocoa market and in the fight g market Used as you can connection or base stations etcetera and they have leadership product. You'll leadership capabilities abilities around pockets of format and some of the capability around the the pipeline photocalls support and our customers came to us. I said hey you know if we could add Not nother layer or a higher precision time synchronization..

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"intel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"intel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"For Intel is the president of the United States was this did you change I think how did you get to there is nothing if you could just monsters in the office this is of of of of of of of the hi Lewis this is ground zero numbers to call an eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one seven seven seven three three one zero one one it was slowly approaching the end of twenty nineteen it's like that song you know so this is Christmas and what have you done a a year older another one just begun I think of myself so this is the end of the year and what we've done what we talked about what are some of the things are the most important topics of the year and one was this attempted disclosure.

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"intel" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

This Week in Computer Hardware

10:48 min | 8 months ago

"intel" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

"Y. C. H.. which we want to thank you for the support of this week in computer hardware and keep in so much out of landfills and keeping so many good things running? Thank you fix it. I like them do I okay. Rising powered many. PC's Aka amd does nook are these looking promising or are these look-in in a ladder. I'm not trying to downplay the excitement surrounding thing in. Amd Power Duck. Because I personally had people talking to me or asked me about. AMD powered many for like six years. Now and it's. It's something that I think. A lot of people want and traditionally outside of the whole sort of Mythical Gentle Evan Graphics from these tenth generation Russian like ten nanometer parts from Intel. That really haven't materialized. They would there. They are these solution for a small. Like A it's extremely sized constrain. You cannot implement a discreet jeep. You in your design after land processor graphics or chipset graphics and Reisen are really good and unfortunately this initiative which is a great idea because they're creating an open platform kind of like Intel Intel did with the Nook to start with until the is the four by four initiative. So it's it's kind of in between until nook in a in a raspberry raspberry Pi almost a little bit smaller. But the they have this sort of generic design and people can implement it they have a bunch of different Reisen embedded processor options. But I put together a table of the different ones going through the site and looking at specs and they're still using Vega graphics although some of them have you know more jeep in higher clock speeds and others some of them have higher memory Speed support than others but these are still fourteen nanometer parts so it's less exciting than it would have been if we'd heard about this initiative and then oh by the way. Here's the new Zen to core API you with Navy graphics. That would have blown way. We probably have to wait until the console's launch for products with those to be available to buy. This is my guess because we haven't heard anything to this point you'd you'd think they would have. They'd have released at some point this year amidst all the the Zen to fanfare but what they had for us that he three in the APA department was three thousand series rise in processor with graphics but once again it was it was then plus knots into so fourteen hundred meters. And it's Sawed Vega graphic so they had their just a generation behind with the graphics in there AP's so or the products formerly known as AP's so I look at this as okay. This is a great building block for next year when the four by four initiative includes the latest architecture at seven nanometers Peter's because that's what I think is smaller gets really interesting because you have the option of going lower power or be more aggressive with clocks and voltage within the same thermal envelope and then we can have something that would be legitimately Kinda console replacement if you wanted it to be a At ten eighty P gave me resolutions. Probably or just an all in one thing you could implement Silica Raspberry Pi with more horsepower and so have dr larger displays as or multiple displays. The couple of these that I was looking at the higher end they supported up to four displays. A lot of these are being marketed towards the industrial sector. So some of the the the companies they named. You're probably familiar with the retail side of things but industrial is useful. It's not exciting to me personally but some some of these were from companies. I've heard of just like a silent P. C. running a really low power is cool but I am. I'm GonNa wait until we have the latest architecture before Mike. Okay I'm ready to move You know a smaller device over to one of these and and you know forego a discreet. GP or something like that makes sense makes sense. What's the short? What's what's the short take on the core? I nine ten nine eighty exit the extreme edition processor. I I think it's very are- York Patrick products go on and on that yet another product. This launched I won't get into the heat. They took cook from certain reviewers online. Who Very correctly pointed out that it was a little questionable what they did about the changing the embargo time to prevent? AMD REISEN Reisen thread report results from being the charts. oops as of. They knew they knew how it would position them. Beyond all that if you just look at it for what. It is If you're familiar with the Intel extreme edition processors they're the top of the line. Most expensive consumer processor sister for me from Intel this is traditionally a one to two thousand dollar product. That's just crazy. They've been doing extreme edition since the pentium four days at least and they were thousand dollars back then these are really really expensive processors. It is the last two years they've been two thousand dollars processor. So this processor officer. The ten nine hundred eighty XY is about a thousand dollars. I've been seeing it listed for about one forty nine or ten forty nine so this list price starts at nine seven thousand nine hundred ninety nine so it's about a thousand dollars. It's the exact same core and thread configuration. As last this year's extreme edition it has slightly higher clock speeds and then it has a very slightly higher memory. Marie support like even though you could use. Xm P memory and clock it up higher before it technically supports twenty nine thirty three memory right out of the box instead of twenty six sixty six let's an increase and then there's the deep learning boost of soft that Intel was talking about before this launch that's enabled on this so for certain applications locations. You will see an increase in what you're doing. But overall the increase you're going to see is simply a result of clock speeds because the architecture is the same as last year's extreme edition Shen the core count as I said the same as the same amount of cash. It's the same processor and it's the same processor. So it's the same processor as the ninety nine eighty EXC- which was the same processor as the seventy nine eighty EXC- from two thousand seventeen. So all all they've done is increased. The clock speed. Like one. Or Two hundred megahertz every year and the turbo boost. Max goes up a little bit and a little the so I think this would actually Max's out at four point eight Gigahertz with with excellent cooling. So you don't have to manually push it higher but you could get a seventy seven. Eighty EXC- bump up the clocks a little bit with good cooling and have pretty much the same thing if you just overclock the member yourself. So for this highest end enthusiast easiest level part the increases just did not make sense they did not justify that price tag but guess what the big story here wasn't the performance forman's the big story was the price tag. It's been chopped in half so we're back to where we were a few years ago. Extradition processors Thousand Dollars instead of two thousand thousand dollars so that one thousand dollar premium. They were enjoying for a short time. There is gone because they have so much competition at the high end now high end desktop up which whether it makes sense or not is discreet. Market segment you have desktop and even though you can go really high in with desktop than you have high end. Desktop which Intel Calls H. E. Short for high end desktop obviously and then that has traditionally gone way way above the pricing of desktop. But now you could argue that. Intel's I nine ninety nine hundred. K and K s parts are really kind of high end desktop right. They're they're very high clock speed ACOR sixteen thread parts. But this thing. If you're you're just doing the kind of work that needs a higher core count even if the clock speeds are a little bit lower per core. It's it's kind of a monster like I've been very very negative about it up to this point but really forget about the fact that it's still skylight architecture regardless of however it's been rebranded regardless of the fact acted as so far to the other meter all that other stuff it's still twelve. I'm sorry it's still eighteen. Core thirty six thread apart so it it kind of makes sense at this price level. I would like to see a clean. Oh eight hundred dollars but still if you can find one on on this planet anywhere for their their MS RPM which of course you'd Never WanNa do you could theoretically buy at AMD reisen nine thirty nine fifty x for seven hundred forty nine dollars get close to the same clock. Speeds are a little bit lower. Four point seven Gigahertz Max and then get sixteen fours thirty two threads now right now. You can't buy either of these at least in America last. I knew quickey last night but the cheapest Rising nine thirty nine fifty extra going to buy. It's just by prebuilt system that has worn go price out an eye by power or Dulcimer. Something that allows you to put in one of these processors and even with the ridiculous up charge that you often are faced faced with when making still be cheaper. It'll still be cheaper the cheapest one on ebay which has literally become the second five one of these. The three hundred fifty x has has gone up to an average of twelve hundred dollars. Now that's just the average selling price if you look at completed listings and they're being offered for up to fifteen hundred this just for the CPU. So it's rare. I think they made maybe a couple of hundred of them by might be exaggerating but they said very few out out to media outlets got them and they've been almost impossible to find a retail so well maybe that'll change after the holiday shopping season. Yeah we all hope we all hope We've been sort of watching five g. sort of meander around and chopin more.

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"intel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not even from the United States it wouldn't change anyone's opinion common sense would tell you your father is the president yeah you see this tweet you don't react by retweeting you don't say wow is this true you call someone within the campaigners say Hey could you look into this before I say anything about this is this true yeah Dada Dada Dada why would you even need to do that what difference does it really make for you political Intel for Intel on on of the candidates but but this was also part of many people said that that don junior any vodka had very inappropriate weeks he has with the tweet and if aka how she was really really involved yeah at the at the G. twenty talking I don't know that his tweets the words were all that inappropriate it's the inclination to go there is right I don't need to read yeah keyless is really is like I'm talking to my kids right you don't have real there's CO set up is like a bunch of children who can't shut up about each other don't have to go there it's the playground all if you look up what you have to pull the kid the country should feel like this you don't but you should the police can aside and say you can't say those things to her your primary role that we act like five year olds with the intellect of a five year old you don't it's just shocking publicly and he didn't question her I know I know but he just re tweeted and what wow is this yeah don't you don't go there don I hate saying this literally what he said you don't like toward literally I hate it yeah but I think it works here is not that awful you know he said well it is true yeah I mean again now why you care is pathetic why you end up there is just it's just so they kill us then that you're even involved in this that anyone would even care is really just over the top and it well it's after I put in I I I know how yeah I mean I know how I I know it's for the king and I and I know I have to back up and say I know most people are cool with this kind of stuff and I'm condemning all of us why do we like this why it's got your politics it's got even that is a pretty playground reporting something that is false false they're gonna Colorado what reporters called around it's sort of like who was a little sore like Elizabeth Warren and this Indian stuff the Pocahontas deal okay it's fine if reporters would like to catch candidates in life's and that would apply to all candidates including his dad catch them in lives good for you I'm but that doesn't need to involve you especially now there's no point to this now piling on on her or planning on the story does what for his dad now it's just politics Jeff that's all it is I think this is not even just politics I think this is like and it's not just Donald Trump June and I don't think what he said is you know I don't I don't think it makes you a racist by any stretch I think it just makes you I think he's doing exactly what we've the public love but yet we condemn our kids for acting like this on a playground Jeff warden head Clements afternoons is seven on news radio kale BJ five ninety eight AM and.

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"intel" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"intel" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Apple plans to ditch intel processors on the mac this story both excited me and made me various ad because i love my intel processors and i hope that doesn't mean that apple is going to be neutering the macbook pros and all their other max going for power efficiency over pure horace power which is what i always look for in my max and computers in general so here's a story apple is pushing forward with plans ditch intel's processors and favor of its own ships according to a new report that claims the transition away from intel cpu is will likely take multiple steps bloomberg says the apples executives have already approved the project to make the mac run on arm based processors by two thousand twenty moving to its own ships inside inside max would let apple release new models on its own timelines instead of relying on intel's processor roadmap which is a great thing making the move to arm will make the move to arm ships won't be easy though all software would basically have to be rewritten for the new processes which certainly wouldn't make developers happy plus i'm sure a lot of people just wouldn't do it but intel chips have stalled in major progress leaving little reason for many to updates from older computers this is one of the biggest problems with intelligence right now and this is one of the reasons why i have not updated my mac pro since two thousand thirteen there's just no reason to do it the new intel chips are not getting any faster and apple keeps releasing these new computers and they're marginally faster than the ones before it maybe like seven ten percent speed increase in some applications so there's just no reason to buy new map appro which i'm sure is is driving apple crazy also the eleven chip inside the iphone ten if you remember it beat the thirteen inch macbook pro the two thousand seventeen map appro the fastest version it beats that computer in geek bench scores particularly in these single core scores or it might have been the multicolored scores anyway one of them it matched the score and the other slightly beat it so it's just insane to think how fast these chips have become.

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"intel" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"intel" Discussed on Security Now

"You need to maintain socalled cash coherence that is you need to make sure that what's in the cash is coherent with what's stored in may memory so that it's so the cash is a is a faster access scratch pad but you need to maintain coherence and so uh and that's a that's an issue when you've got multiple things accessing a shared cash you need to make sure that they both had the same view of the data at all times an away so these researchers developed a tool which using you know mathematical rigor to formalize the essentially the underlying architectural characteristics which enabled the creation of the meltdown inspector side channel attacks so they sort of stepped back and generalized the whole problem saying that okay wait so here's a couple you know spectrum meltdown our specific instances of an attack but thorough is there a broader problem here and what they answered you know they came up with i hope so yes uh and one has to think that if not before now then certainly since the summer when this was first revealed to them that that did reveal to intel sorry that dog bit revealed to intel that intel would now have similar tools at their disposal um i mean one would hope um although it's clear that they didn't previously or they didn't think that this could be leverage into attack you know sort of unclear how much of a hub of this came as a surprise because as we talked about when we originally talked about uh the meltdown inspector problems there were there were some you know there was some awareness of this decades ago that they're that this was a potential problem that is that there is a way to leverage speculation and and and cashing side channels so anyway um this new tool that they built allowed the researchers to to apply mathematical rigor to develop new software based attacks from the description of the cp use micro architecture um and then did this tool.

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"intel" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"intel" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"About this the whole history of it what they've done about it one of the interesting things in the frequently asked questions part is the confirmation that there's the yet to be any confirmed exploits for malicious purposes of this uh chip issue so they are still working on it they're still committed to it but the bottom line is there really has not been exploitation of it they come out and say this is not a bug or a flaw in the product these exploits leverage data about the proper operation of the processing techniques common to computing platforms potentially compromising security even though a system is an operating exactly as it's designed to be so uh the there are chipsets in the intel world if you were buying new equipment i particularly concerned about this there are not affected by this design if you will of course that doesn't mean at some future date something new or additional won't be learned about that that the itim processors in the intel line are not affected and remember this is not just an intel issue because the design in is uh very common to a lot of processors be it a md and others but if you are involve a cybersecurity you're trying to make a decision related to this want more information just in general to learn about it if there's a lot of really interesting information on intel dot com right at the top says latest update about the cyber security issues with the chipsets personally we have not had reports of people having performance issues or this reboot booting issue and we still absolutely encourage people to do all year soffer updates you're operating system biocine hardware if you have updates to that drivers and of.

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"intel" Discussed on Too Embarrassed to Ask

Too Embarrassed to Ask

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"intel" Discussed on Too Embarrassed to Ask

"Our that they needed said jazz techniques that like an atom bombs so the apple watch for example okay isn't going that fast or chrome cast or so some of the internet of things devices or using that high end of an armed chip now that's interesting i said are all affected and in one is just easier thanks so how do you get to this kind of things i mean it seems to be a failing on intel's part and at and so what are we know based on what intel's me public how are they handling the crisis so i mean on the one hand it is hard to see how this big of vulnerability got out there at the same time you had all the minds and the chip industry all thinking the same way nobody caught this it's in literally every modern chip architecture what's interesting they have known about it for a while so gugel researchers found this last june they reported it to intel a md and arms so they've been working on these fixes for a while so the whole industry is kind of known it has a problem again the challenges it's a lot to go back and fix there's been a little bit of back and forth between just for one example intel and microsoft rate intel is saying here's what we know and we don't think this is going to slow down your machines microsoft came up with a blog post last week during see us saying no we do think this is going to slow down your machines especially ones that are having running went of seven are running on older chips like has well um and then it just seems like they're just law conflicting sort of reports here as to what is actually going to happen to pupils machine close performance wise and vulnerability.

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"intel" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Of what made it and glide oh my goodness bringing some random outsiders two tried and make videos they're going to have no idea why people watch videos they're going to try to just sell staff and it's going to be a complete disaster and it's going to just crater after like archives some of these old videos good like this you remember remains all the ultimate water kuhn guide part three where we had to like build the whole thing then tear the whole thing apart and unlike build it again awful was like was that an allnight shoot i think that was like two only she i don't remember because there was part one two and three how many views that have do at least get a lot of views in are really good for that time seven hundred seventy eight thousand not bad all right now i think we've got time for maybe one more topic okay it's the intel show apparently 'cause i'm super super not stoked on this posted by oh doesn't say who on the forum but like our war s t n is just intel will no longer be providing per court turbo frequencies making motherboard tuning impossible so you won't be able to alter you're over locks per core so extreme tact says when we queried intel as to why they've decided to no longer officially disclosed per quarter mile frequencies they said we're no longer disclosing this level of detail as it is proprietary to intel intel only specifies processor frequencies for base and singapore turbo in our processor marketing and technical collateral such dark and not the multicore turbo frequencies were aligning communications to be consistent all took a frequencies are opportunistic given their dependency on system configuration and workload b s pretty annoying basically what you're doing is you are making lasko measure it yeah why why are you wasting our time this is like this is like apple not disclosing the capacity of the batteries that did make someone take it apart it's like you're not concealing anything know you're just inconveniencing everybody even no reason literally not even reverse engineering it's just trying something.

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"intel" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Let us the number of people that are like when we release video that's positive about intel they are like wow you guys shirt changed your tune so fast about being sponsored by them no we change our tune because they released a different product that's different than the one we said we didn't leg it's it's called it's called looking at what's in front of you and evaluating it instead of just going in having already decided the answer ha yeah yeah is it like is it as bad as the or my god they didn't benchmark with uh well why can't assume an in and i know renault future of open jail vulcan yeah hard to say hard to say but anyway y apparently were doing damage control over intel forcing customers buying you motherboard on the same socket i wonder how much intel paid him for this nothing nice so the way that that reader and com and unfortunately i can't get anyone to go on the record about it so i can't say who my sources but what happened was intel designed their platform for two generations of cpas the same way a have for the last ten years that's how it went that's how it goes down you can not like it and that's totally cool and i totally get it but they designed it for two generations they did not design it for a six core processor and there were physical things that were redesigned could intel have made it work off the record.

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"intel" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on Exponent

"Oh it's sort of inevitable i mean the youth compared to intel to i mean intel has always sort of had the opportunity to become calm a a tsmc like fat where other people do as i and they manufacturer and naval they've had the best manufactured in the world and yes there manufacturers had built up as part of an integrated model but but that's always been a a viable option for intel the problem is that if you're competing with tsmc and samsan even if you're even if you're good your marches are so much smaller i mean an arm chip cost like a an order of magnitude less than than than an until chip just because of the nature of the industry doesn't allow for intel like sorts sorts or a province and in this case disney could just you'll sell their content enough looks out or might be but they're they're going to be fundamentally sort of it's becoming more of a commodity sort of provider in a position that there they're not really used to and not not used to having their used to having these sort of massive payouts born it's ten dollars a month like how much money is there is there to go round it's a quite the contrary right but i mean so i guess the question becomes and actually i'm going to ask you what would you do if you a bob idea and it was created in the in his in the most recent announcement around this that he was struggling with it like he was struggling with k i think i see the future i think we're going to have to start to build a relationship a relationship with consumers and to be fair they already are starting to do that in the united kingdom for example there already trialing something called disney life where you basically pay a certain subscription a month and you get access to the disney channel a whole bunch of the movies whatever now the united kingdom though is not the united states the fda relies as you are very successful.

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"intel" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on Exponent

"Right it with that that's the thing though in order for the processor to integrate with the os the processor itself has to be modular right in easy that i mean like intel wanted to have a fully integrated processor it was by definition like italy basically where you breaking into pieces lagan you've got to think about that one through five example intel used to own one and two but the integration that mattered was like two and four for example right and so four to win four to happen one in two had to be broken up and they they incentivise not to be able to see this because they have made all this money from all this investments in foundries and and and designed dyke arm is basically like it's it's that you sell the ita of how the chip would work and then that's basically it and yes they have some other they have some other elements where they'll do more than that but by and large you'd licensed the chip said in a way you go intel was incentivized because of the way in which they made money to not see that coming and they they they they aren't willingly they were willingly going to go towards a world like that because they had all this investment that would suddenly like how we're going to make our numbers if we're not using our foundries and all these other things that with bill or the flip side the reason why the use their foundries to become a modular amodu our producer which let tsmc is right tsmc doesn't denying chips they get a design from someone else and then they turn them out like they are a modular provider and their entire it in the differences when your boy roger provider the way you succeed is by being a cost leader it's by in my leveraging scale its by being able to charge lower prices and be sustainable like apple plays off samsung in tears emcee against each other because there's no differentiation there is to a degree i i'm simplifying quite a bit because the degree to which all the how energyefficient you are in in the size the no else or the stuff it does matter but but by and large relative to intel.

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"intel" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on Exponent

"The pc era for example a number of those profits ended up accruing to microsoft and intel which were key providers of mogyla pieces in the personal computer ecosystem that's a useful point to kind of focus on though because what what was so with so sort of alumina aiding about understanding this idea and i actually prefer the first name the long of conservation of attractive profits because i think he'd get that something really important and up wave where people really miss understand i think and miss apply the theory of modulating i think sort of the simplified view of of integration verses module already is is the sort of a new product coming in its integrate is not good enough and then it because module widens all in pieces and then the modular system wins because it's cheaper and better because you're having competition everywhere of the stack and that's sort of the very end so windows beat beat apple because it came in with madre system and it's our cetera the problem is that if israel going wrong first it doesn't really address why it was that intel microsoft were so insanely profitable that this sort of like simplified some fight view of it because it theoretically if the fully modular system there should be there's competition everywhere the stack there should be that should be driving on the price it on his era wire we get into those viable companies in the world out of this are the sort of system and the other problem is that you know what would happen we have we have other examples the phone being up moan of very well known one where the theory like oh it's going to module as an absolutely screwed and it didn't happen and why did happen and it didn't happen i think not because necessarily.

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"intel" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Inconsistent performance from four glued together desktop dis hacked that intel is neither blue nor read but perhaps a little green right now about infinity fabric war has it's not glued together and and do i detect some nearly decade old saw right now from back when a amd was crafting on intel for glueing together single core processors which by the way intel was super doing that when they released the pentium d series compared to an dis architect a dual core design do i detect some salt here because the of modular for a modular core design is not the same thing as taking your single core product and slapping to dis onto a package okay let's carryon next point architect to further data center which has nothing to do with inconsistent supply nothing at all and poor trackrecord now you can go after amd for having a bit of a poor track record over the last little while tra i don't think that a dis supply for opther on has been the problem i just don't think anyone's wanted it for a while so basically intel is taking irrelevant unrelated points and saying and were architect and for the data center which has nothing to do with those other things we said all so naples is super architects it for the data center okay the epic may have a silly game rename and it does but that changes nothing about the way that infinity fabric and the way that they built this architecture for mondo pc i express lanes which is super a big deal for the data center right now that has nothing to do with the way that this product was designed for massive amounts of memory and massive numbers of connected devices via pc i express okay carrying on robust software and hardware ill were were going after that again we're going after the ecus exert lack of ecosystem they have no ecosystem not at all not at all i can even by the trip became putting and you know soffer furthers nocombat order here's the problem.

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"intel" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"intel" Discussed on TechStuff

"So ultimately intel would end up shelving the product and saying that this was not a success later in another attempt to break away from the x eighty six processor line until would introduce the i eight sixty risk while the early risk microprocessors weren't intended to go into personal computers this was not true of the ice age sixty unfortunately like the i ap x four thirty two the microprocessor was flawed it would stall out when the processor encountered computational problems that were outside its scope so against like that bureaucracy win a form doesn't have the right capability of capturing the information you need an you go the bureaucracy you're going to get the around and it's going to be painful and slow and laborious same thing was true with this processor it could not handle all computational problems efficiently and that eventually led to it not being a particularly powerful or popular product in intel's line but the four eighty six was a different story that was the first exaide these six cpu to incorporate an element called the functional processing unit or fp you which until that time had been a separate component from the cpu this decreased latency between the fp you and cpu which translate again to faster computing speeds the first of these were running at clock speeds of fifty megahertz or fifty million clock cycles per second starting in 1991 intel's ad campaign push made the company's slogan intel inside a common phrasing computer circles end on a really clever way of convincing computer companies to include intel chips and to use this phrase intel inside both in the marketing strategy and on the computers themselves the way intel convinced companies do this is they said hey if you include our chips and you include the phrase intel inside in your marketing we will pay for half of your marketing costs so they would shoulder half of the marketing budget of these companies for print and television ads that's an enormous amount of money and intel spent millions of dollars doing this but as a result they were able to.

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