US computer chipmaker Intel has blamed an internal error for a data leak that prompted it to release a quarterly earnings report early.
Intel is replacing its chief executive after only two years, but it has been a rough stretch for the chipmaker.
Intel has become the latest high-profile technology company to withdraw from forthcoming trade show Mobile World Congress (MWC) over concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
Facial recognition technology and 3D athlete-tracking to enhance the viewing experience of the Olympic Games will be used during Tokyo 2020, Intel has said.
Intel has been in talks with the International Olympic Committee on the potential for esports among the Olympic Games, an executive for the chip maker has revealed.
Three Premier League clubs are to install Intel technology at their stadiums that will enable fans to see match highlights through the eyes of players.
Artificial intelligence (AI) created by Intel is to be used in cameras to detect poachers entering wildlife reserves and alert park rangers before they can kill endangered animals.
Microsoft has confirmed the UK pricing for its latest Surface Pro and Laptop, both of which are due to go on sale later this month.
Computing giant Intel has confirmed a new vulnerability in its processor chips, the third major flaw to be confirmed this year.
Microsoft and Google have confirmed a new processor vulnerability, similar to the Meltdown and Spectre flaws that were revealed at the beginning of the year.
Intel is ending development on its smart glasses project, despite only announcing its existence two months ago.
Fleets of light-carrying drones could replace fireworks as traditional entertainment, according to the boss of Intel’s drone group.
CES, the centre of the electronics world this week, has been hit by a major power outage.
The idea that flying cars will one day fill our skies is one that has moved from science fiction and The Jetsons to real tech conversation in recent years.
Intel boss Brian Krzanich has said the company will issue security updates for all its products affected by the Meltdown and Spectre flaws by the end of the month.
Apple has warned owners of its iPhones, iPads and computers that they are affected by a processor flaw that could leave them vulnerable to hackers.
A flaw in computer chips that affects millions of devices around the world is being fixed, but will force a major rethink in how systems are designed, a security researcher has said.