A group of influential technology and media companies has partnered to form the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA), a Joint Development Foundation project established to address the prevalence of disinformation, misinformation and online content fraud through developing technical standards for certifying the source and history or provenance of media content. Founding members Adobe, Arm, BBC, Intel, Microsoft and Truepic seek to establish a standardized provenance solution with the goal of combating misleading content. Read more
BEIJING, CHINA (REUTERS – The 31-year-old information security researcher and post-doctoral fellow at Austria’s Graz Technical University who discovered the Meltdown chip flaw said on Friday (January 5), said what he saw was scary. Continue reading
WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES (FILE- FEBRUARY 8, 2017) (RESTRICTED POOL) – Intel CEO Brian Krzanich became the third CEO to resign, on Monday (August 14), from U.S. President Donald Trump’s American Manufacturing Council, following Trump’s initially tepid response to weekend violence at a rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Fresh off the $15 billion sale of his autonomous vehicle technology firm Mobileye to Intel, Amnon Shashua’s next start-up, OrCam, uses similar computer vision technology to help the visually impaired. Laura Frykberg reports Continue reading
U.S. chip giant Intel has agreed to buy Israeli driverless technology firm Mobileye, Israeli media reported on Monday.
Swiss watchmakers, who once dismissed smartwatches as short-lived gadgets, are now racing to grab a share of a fast-growing market
U.S. stocks close sharply lower as crude oil prices drop below 30 dollars (USD) a barrel and China fears deepen.
China Central Television (CCTV)- Virtual reality (VR) technology captured the imagination of visitors at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which opened in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday.
Reuters, (YouTube/Altera) – Let the chips fall where they may- and they all seem to be falling together.
(Reuters Business Report) – Another huge chip deal nearing the finish line: The New York Post reports Intel is close to buying Altera for roughly $15 billion. It says the deal could come together by the end of next week. The semiconductor giant would pay about $54 a share, a 15 percent premium over Thursday’s closing price.