Arizona no longer requires safety drivers in autonomous vehicles
The state’s governor signed an executive order this week.
Intel's PC concept 'hides' a 5G antenna in a plump kickstand
The design is supposed to prevent signal interference, which is crucial with millimeter waves.
How La Liga is making Barcelona and Real Madrid games high tech
It's experimenting with VR and changing the TV experience for fans with 4K HDR.
Intel makes huge 5G promises for the 2020 Olympics
The Tokyo games will be awash in 5G.
Intel will bring 5G to laptops in 2019
5G will be a key part of the company's "Always Connected" PC plans.
If NBC can’t improve its VR Olympics coverage, it should just stop
Rivals like NextVR have set the bar much higher.
Intel currently facing 32 class-action lawsuits for Spectre and Meltdown
They allege Intel's prior security promises are void given the chip vulnerabilities.
Intel is making gaming easier for people without graphics cards
A new driver update auto-configures games to run on low-power systems.
Researchers discover new ways to abuse Meltdown and Spectre flaws
And chipmakers' hardware changes won't be enough to protect against them.