Intel Aims to Achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions By 2040

(Photo: Wouter De Praetere/Unsplash) Intel has announced a plan to achieve net-zero carbon emissions across its global operations by 2040.  In a statement Wednesday, the company reaffirmed its intent to reduce its environmental impact and develop a more sustainable operations strategy. This means changes across all parts of the business,…

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Windows 11 Might Never Allow You to Move the Taskbar

(Photo: Start11 from Stardock) When Microsoft launched Windows 11 it proudly touted its redesigned taskbar and Start Menu. Not everyone was as excited about the new designs as Microsoft. The company moved the Start Menu to the middle of the display. It also anchored the taskbar to the bottom of…

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Windows Might Finally Get MacOS’s Quick Look Feature

MacOS users have long enjoyed a simple yet useful feature: Quick Look. It lets you select a file and press the spacebar to see a preview of it. It can be used on almost anything, including videos, PDFs, Word docs, and images. Even better, with the file displayed you can…

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Intel Comments on Alder Lake CPU Socket Flexing

Ever since Alder Lake was launched there was concern over its rectangular shape and how it might impact cooling. Previously every chip from Intel was basically square, with the heat being generated in the center of the Integrated Heat Spreader (IHS). This made for a straightforward situation of where the…

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Researchers Devise a ‘Honey Memristor’ for Neuromorphic Chips

Check the date — this appears not to be an April Fool’s joke. Research engineers from WSU’s School of Engineering and Computer Science, Feng Zhao and Brandon Sueoka, have devised a ‘honey memristor,’ which they hope to use en masse as a key component of neuromorphic hardware. Their report appears…

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Intel Announces It Will Suspend Operations in Russia

(Photo: Slejven Djurakovic/Unsplash) Intel has made the decision to suspend all operations in Russia as the country’s attack on Ukraine continues.  The technology giant already suspended all shipments to customers in Russia and Belarus back in early March, just days after Russian troops began their invasion of Ukraine. The suspension…

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