10nm mobile processor claims '30 per cent' boost over the Snapdragon 660
"Oh no, not again" (said the bowl of petunias)
McAfee claims campaign is the work of 'Sun Team', rather than Lazarus
But don't get too excited just yet
The chips are targeted at professional mobile and desktop kit
Not long left for the ageing Snapdragon Wear 2100
Third-gen unit has eight times the power of its predecessor
A mere year into its data centre push and the chipmaker could be calling it quits
But firm says 'no additional customers' have been identified as victims
But chipmaker promises patches are on their way
But Link11 warns that new DDoS-for-hire services likely will emerge
It's the end of Kaby Lake-X as we know it, and PC fans feel fine
First 'Cannon Lake' CPUs were originally set to debut in late-2016
'Unpatchable' vulnerability enables data exfiltration and custom bootloaders
New energy-efficient processors boast a TDP of just 35W
Chipmaker is said to be holding back to see what Intel has up its sleeve
Firm is seeking people with skills in FPGA and ASIC
You'll need to have some liquid-nitrogen spare to repeat the feat
US chipmaker looks to extend its dominance beyond smartphones
But you probably won't see it until, er, 2021
The chipmaker noted the patch was too difficult to practically implement
Coffee Lake chips take aim at video editing and gaming
Firm will move to ARM-based processors 'as early as 2020'
Plus Jensen Huang has a tattoo that's exactly what you'd expect
Maybe the Switch II will be like this?
After four years in the works, the latest Transport Layer Security protocol is on its way to a browser near you
The octa-core chip is pretty feature packed
It could add AI smarts to everything but will do naff-all for food flavour
Cascade Lake and 8th-gen CPUs will be first to implement hardware changes
Renewed competition in the CPU market should boost processor innovation
Spectre-like flaw can crack open Intel's secure enclaves
Intel had better pull its finger out with the next Core i chips
Expect to see them in chipsets for TV, phones and other smart devices
Speculation claims hackers had access to systems for more than a year
Cellebrite is said to be quietly advertising its capabilities to law enforcement
Soon everything will have AI; smart toasters anyone?
We'll soon have EUV to thank for smaller chips and better phones
Firm claims devices will allow 'untethered VR from anywhere in the world'
VR may be niche but the big tech firms aren't letting it go
Firm promises latest microcode patches have undergone 'extensive testing'
But you're probably not going to see it until next year
Could finally take quantum computing out of the research lab
$250,000 is up for grabs for researchers that can spot Spectre-like bugs
But you won't be able to benefit from it until at least 2019
Rise of the machines? More like rise of the smart silicon
Nintendo Switch also highlighted as a revenue-driver in Q4
But who will fix the fix that fixes the fix?
Chipmaker wants to bring more processing grunt to the edge of networks