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Massive Intel Chip Security Flaw Threatens Computers

A design flaw in all Intel chips produced in the last decade is responsible for a vulnerability that puts Linux, Windows and macOS-powered computers at risk, according to multiple press reports. The flaw reportedly is in the kernel that controls the chip performance, allowing commonly used programs ...

Intel Pumps OpenStack Up

As part of a new strategic collaboration, Intel will lead a $100 million funding round in Mirantis, the companies announced earlier this week. Intel is a long-time investor in Mirantis. This round includes existing investors August Capital, Insight Venture Partners, Ericsson, Sapphire Ventures and W...

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Intel’s Quarky Arduino Adventure

With all the cornucopia of Valve-related announcements for gamers over the past few weeks, it may be difficult to imagine that the Linux world could have any more good news in store. That supremely encouraging gaming news, surely, was enough to last us a few good months here in the Linux blogosphere...

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Twists and Turns for Linux on Intel’s Slippery Clover Trail

Given the shock they've had to endure as a result of the ongoing Secure Boot saga over the past year or so, Linux geeks may perhaps be forgiven if they're a tad sensitive to apparent attempts to exclude Linux from other new technological developments as well. It was perhaps less-than-entirely surpri...

MeeGo Loses Its Last Friend as Intel Turns to Tizen

Months after losing support from handset maker Nokia, the MeeGo mobile OS lost another major backer when Intel announced Wednesday it wouldn't continue with the Linux-based operating system. Instead, Intel will partner with Samsung to develop Tizen, a new open source Linux build. Intel launched MeeG...

US Intelligence Agency: Linux Help Wanted

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is compiling information on the capabilities of vendors that can assist it with its Linux-based information system. NGA has asked vendors to provide a description of their capabilities by Feb. 11. In a quick-response "Sources Sought" notice issued Jan. 28,...

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Redmond Doth Protest Too Much, and Wherefore the Intel-McAfee Deal?

Say what you will about Microsoft's products, but there's no denying the company's entertainment value. Where else, after all, could a Linux fan find reason to laugh, cry, scream and commit various violent acts, all neatly wrapped up in one little package? That, indeed, is a fair approximation of th...

Intel, Nokia Hold Their Breath as Devs Start Noodling With MeeGo

The MeeGo community, formed by Intel and Nokia, on Thursday released the MeeGo distribution infrastructure and operating system base to developers. Images released are Intel Atom-based netbooks; ARM-based Nokia N900; and Intel Atom-based handsets running on the Moorestown chip. The Thursday release ...

ARM Targets Intel’s Linux Zone

In the latest phase of its battle with Intel for the notebook and netbook markets, ARM has unveiled two new 2GHz capable Cortex-A9 dual core processor implementation. These give silicon manufacturers a way to develop high-performance, low-power Cortex-A9 processor-based devices, ARM said. However, i...

Yahoo, HP, Intel Give Ivory Towers a Stairway to the Cloud

Yahoo, HP and Intel are collaborating on an ambitious research endeavor called "Cloud Computing Test Bed" -- designed to support cloud computing research and education at universities. Users will be able to develop and test software, data center management, and hardware associated with cloud comput...

Intel Looks Closer to Home for Classmate ‘Netbook’ Sales

Intel's low-cost Classmate PC, originally focused on emerging markets, will soon be available to U.S. and European consumers. Intel is working with original equipment manufacturers to bring the second-generation Classmate to mature markets in the developed world later this year at prices likely betw...

Intel Feels Fury of OLPC Scorned

The strained relationship between the One Laptop Per Child organization and Intel has come to an inglorious end with Intel resigning and OLPC claiming the chipmaker "contributed nothing of value." Intel and OLPC announced in July they would work together "to bring the benefits of technology to the d...

Intel Washes Hands of OLPC Project

Intel has reportedly pulled out of its position on the board of directors for the One Laptop Per Child project due to disagreements over philosophical issues. OLPC is a nonprofit educational organization working to put low-cost laptops into the hands of children in economically-challenged countries ...

Intel Asks Devs to Help Get LANs, SANs to Play Nice

Intel has released a software initiator package designed to promote the development of Fibre Channel over Ethernet solutions for Linux, the company announced Tuesday. Now available for download, the software is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 and is open to all FCoE developer...

Intel’s Threading Building Blocks Goes Open Source

Intel announced Tuesday the release of Threading Building Blocks 2.0 as both an open source and commercial product. The company also launched a Web site that establishes an open source project around this product. Threading Building Blocks is a C++ runtime library that abstracts the low-level thread...

Intel Does a 180, Jumps on OLPC Board

In a momentous move to end a long-standing rivalry, Intel and One Laptop per Child announced Friday that the chip giant has climbed on board the nonprofit group's effort to produce low-cost laptop computers for developing nations. OLPC aims to bring laptops and learning opportunities to the most rem...

Intel, Asus Go For Big Bucks With Cheap Laptops

Intel and Taiwan firm Asus have teamed up to produce a line of low-cost mobile PCs with at least one coming in at under $200. The two companies made the announcement this week during the 2007 Computex computer trade show held in Taipei, Taiwan. The new line of computers will focus on providing users...

Intel, AMD Wage High-Stakes Battle Over Low-End Laptops

A tiff between the world's largest chipmaker and an organization selling low-priced laptops to the developing world will ultimately benefit poor kids, according to one tech aid expert. "I think it's wonderful that Intel and OLPC are now competing," Wayan Vota, editor of OLPC News and director of Gee...

Red Hat, Intel Cook Up New Desktop Recipe

Red Hat announced at the Red Hat Summit this week its new operating system for the enterprise. Red Hat Global Desktop is a client product for the Linux operating system that delivers an enterprise-class suite of productivity applications. The Global Desktop is part of Red Hat's strategy of building ...

Novell to Support Red Hat Linux With Xen, Intel Technology

In a twist made possible by virtualization, Novell said this week it would support Linux virtualization, including instances of rival Red Hat's Linux Enterprise 4 operating system, using Xen virtualization optimized for Intel hardware. Novell said it will offer enterprise support both for its own Su...

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