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jobs

The Hidden Reason Why Your Pay Is Stuck in Neutral

Companies often work together to keep employee salaries low—and force workers to sign agreements that scam them out of their right to earn more money elsewhere.
Anita Hamilton
7.16.18
Tech Resignation

Intel CEO Resigns Over Past Relationship With an Employee

Brian Krzanich has resigned today after violating Intel’s non-fraternization rules.
Sarah Emerson
6.21.18
DIY

This Guy Designed and Built an 8-bit CPU from Scratch

The breadboard CPU can play the Mario theme, but programming it is a pain in the ass.
Daniel Oberhaus
2.9.18
security

This CPU Exploit-Safe Version of 'Doom' Runs at .00003 FPS

One way to defend against Spectre and Meltdown.
Michael Byrne
1.30.18
Meltdown Mining

Coinhive Says Meltdown Patches Didn’t Affect Monero Mining

Some Monero CPU miners were concerned that Meltdown patches would affect their hashrate. Coinhive says they haven’t noticed any problems.
Daniel Oberhaus
1.9.18
Intel

Relax, the Meltdown and Spectre CPU Patches Aren't Messing With Your Frame Rates

Your ability to crush noobs won’t be impeded.
Matthew Gault
1.8.18
security

The Clever Engineering Behind Intel's Chipocalypse

When computer security collides with computer efficiency.
Michael Byrne
1.4.18
Technology

Spectre and Meltdown bugs: 4 things you need to know

“Probably one of the worst CPU bugs ever found.”
David Gilbert
1.4.18
Charlottesville

Trump says ending business councils was his idea after CEOs quit

Gabrielle Bluestone
8.16.17
CPU wars

Why Intel Couldn’t Trademark Numbers Anymore

Intel’s processor business was massive, but a lengthy legal battle with a former business partner exposed a major flaw in its CPU designs—a trademark flaw.
Ernie Smith
6.14.17
More Cores

Just 3 Months In, AMD’s Ryzen Is Already Shaking Up PC Gaming

We haven’t seen a real battle over performance and value in the CPU market in ages, but Ryzen is changing that.
Jason Cross
6.12.17
Drone On

The Bizarre, High-Flying World of ‘Dronevertising’

The Don Drapers of today are turning to drones to hawk soda and car services, even if the regulations are tight and the results are lame.
Zara Stone
2.16.17
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