Intel delays for the umpteenth time the arrival of its 10-nanometer CPUs, Whiskey Lake will repeat in 14 nm

Intel Whiskey Lake

Intel resists Moore’s law. The company worked like a clock with that unstoppable Tick-Tock cycle that assured us lithographic jumps every two years, but those were other times. We have been using Intel 14-nanometer processors for four years, and it will be at least another year until we see the first CPUs manufactured with a 10- nanometer process. Brian Krzanich explained the difficulties of a jump that is still resisting and that returns to make the image of this giant…

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Intel wants your next helmets are connected via a USB-C

USB-C

We shouted fiercely when we learned that Apple was considering saying goodbye to the traditional mini jack for connecting headphones. That little slot 3.5 mm, the rumors said, was to be abandoned in the future iPhone 7 in favor of the Lightning connector. That announcement again makes plantations us that times change and technology makes them. And maybe the 3.5mm effectively have their days numbered, because Apple’s intentions have now…

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