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Apple's iMac Is Now 2x Faster With AMD Pro Vega Graphics, Intel Core 9th Gen CPU
Apple has updated its iMac line of all-in-one desktop solutions for the first time in nearly two years. The iMac is the more standard model of desktop computers, with the higher-specced iMac Pro targetted at professional users. Available in two sizes, the iMac has been upgraded internally to feature the latest Intel 9th generation processors...

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9 hours ago by vrzone
Open Enclave SDK
Some bits for making Trusted Execution Environments a little easier with current support for Intel SGX and future support for ARM TrustZone.
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2 days ago by rcrowley
Intel CPU shortages to worsen in 2Q19, says Digitimes Research • Digitimes
Jim Hsiao:
<p>Shortages of Intel's CPUs are expected to worsen in the second quarter compared to the first as demand for Chromebooks, which are mostly equipped with Intel's entry-level processors, enters the high period, according to Digitimes Research.

Digitimes Research expects Intel CPUs' supply gap to shrink to 2-3% in the first quarter with Core i3 taking over Core i5 as the series hit hardest by shortages.

The shortages started in August 2018 with major brands including Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell and Lenovo all experiencing supply gaps of over 5% at their worst moment.

Although most market watchers originally believed that the shortages would gradually ease after vendors completed their inventory preparations for the year-end holidays, the supply gap in the fourth quarter of 2018 still stayed at the same level as that in the third as HP launched a second wave of CPU inventory buildup during the last quarter of the year, prompting other vendors to follow suit.

Taiwan-based vendors were underprepared and saw their supply gaps expand from a single digit percentage previously to over 10% in the fourth quarter.</p>


A "supply gap" implies that the (PC) vendor can't raise prices to reduce demand to match the supply. But if all the big names are suffering, why don't they want to raise prices?
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9 days ago by charlesarthur

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