Intel CEO Says Reports of the Death of Moore's Law Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Even though Intel is shifting from being a PC company to "a company that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices," CEO Brian Krzanich said he still believes Moore's Law, the rule that predicts explosive growth in computer power, will continue to hold true. In 1965,
When athletes are left to their own digital-dating devices
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's May 9 Fame Issue. Subscribe today! ADVISORY: THIS STORY CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT THE SINGLE MAN with the sexy job is stuck. For starters, he is fairly thick, just large enough to have not seen his Adam's apple since never, and to have not enjoyed a ton of
Intel's Job Cuts Reflect Further Decline in PC Market, But Not Its Death
While more people turn to their smartphones or tablets, Intel is putting less manpower into its personal computer business, but not eliminating it. Intel's PC sales were weaker than expected in its first quarter, fueling an 11 percent reduction in its workforce, the company said during its first
Intel to Eliminate 12,000 Jobs Globally
The company's shift is in response to the drop in sales of personal computers.
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and New York Times' David Gelles
Gelles sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris for his livestream podcast show to bring a critical eye to "Mindfulness, Inc."
Apple iPhone Hacking: 4 Burning Questions Techies Want Answered
The encryption on Apple 's iPhone has led the way when it comes to protecting consumers' privacy, providing a barrier so impenetrable that even Apple says it does not have a way to access a user's encrypted device and doesn't want to create a "back door" for fear of undermining security. New
Justice Department Withdraws Request in Apple iPhone Encryption Case After FBI Accesses San Bernardino Shooter's Phone
The Justice Department is vacating legal action asking Apple to help unlock an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters, federal officials said today. Melanie Newman, spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Justice , said in a statement today that "it remains a priority for
Inside the Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory
ABC News' Charli James heads to the butterfly conservatory at the American Museum of Natural History.
US Government May Not Need Apple's Help After All in Encryption Case
There's now another player in Apple 's encryption battle with the FBI after officials said a third party has come forward and "demonstrated" a "possible method" to cracking into a locked iPhone , prompting the U.S. government to postpone a court hearing scheduled for today. New questions have