CES 2024: 5 Top Business Tech Trends

See the top trends and products in business technology from CES 2024, including generative AI assistants, laptops with multiple configurations, and virtual and mixed reality headsets.

CES 2024: Qualcomm AI Chip for Virtual and Mixed Reality Could Compete with Apple Vision Pro

The Snapdragon XR+ Gen 2 refines Qualcomm’s hardware that enables virtual and mixed reality meetings. Plus, Qualcomm continues to commit to autonomous car tech.

By |2024-01-11T14:17:33+00:00January 10, 2024|Android, Apple, apple vision pro, Artificial Intelligence, automotive, autonomous cars, AWS, CES, CXO, Google, Hardware, Innovation, intel, International, mixed reality, Mobility, nvidia, qualcomm, Samsung, snapdragon xr2+ gen 2, Software, Uncategorized, virtual reality, Wearable Tech|Comments Off on CES 2024: Qualcomm AI Chip for Virtual and Mixed Reality Could Compete with Apple Vision Pro

CES 2024: Intel Expands Intel Core 14th Gen Line for Efficient Performance in Desktops and Laptops

The mobile, desktop and edge processors suitable for professional creative work or gaming are the latest in Intel's Raptor Lake Refresh series. Plus, Gelsinger goes all in on AI PCs.

Intel Spins Off Enterprise Generative AI Deployment Firm Articul8

Investment firm DigitalBridge Group and other backers provided the cash for the venture, which will enable generative AI deployment.

By |2024-01-04T18:52:43+00:00January 4, 2024|articul8, Artificial Intelligence, AWS, Cloud, CXO, databricks, dell, Enterprise Software, generative ai, Google, google cloud, hpe, ibm, Innovation, intel, microsoft azure, nvidia, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Intel Spins Off Enterprise Generative AI Deployment Firm Articul8

Intel Puts Artificial Intelligence First With Processor Announcements

The Intel Core Ultra mobile processor family brings AI to PCs, while 5th Gen Intel Xeon processors offer AI acceleration for data centers.

By |2023-12-14T21:34:16+00:00December 14, 2023|acer, adobe premiere pro, ai pc, Artificial Intelligence, asus, cpu, CXO, data center, Data Centers, dell, Edge, gaudi3 accelerator, GPT-4, gpu, Hardware, hp, ibm, intel, intel arc, intel core ultra, intel xeon google cloud, lenovo, lg, llama 2, meta, Microsoft, openai, Samsung, Uncategorized, watsonx|Comments Off on Intel Puts Artificial Intelligence First With Processor Announcements

Widespread Windows and Linux Vulnerabilities Could Let Attackers Sneak in Malicious Code Before Boot

Lenovo, AMI and Insyde have released patches for LogoFAIL, an image library poisoning attack.

By |2023-12-07T21:36:55+00:00December 7, 2023|acer, ami, arm, CXO, Hardware, insyde, intel, lenovo, linux, phoenix technologies, Security, Uncategorized, windows, x86|Comments Off on Widespread Windows and Linux Vulnerabilities Could Let Attackers Sneak in Malicious Code Before Boot

Microsoft Announces New Maia 100 and Cobalt 100 Chips

The Maia and Cobalt custom chips will be available within Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure.

Intel Patches Widespread Processor Vulnerability

The strange vulnerability could have allowed for escalation of privilege, denial of service or information disclosure attacks.

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