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    Micron Technology and Intel prepare 3D XPoint memory that approaches DRAM speed for a lower price and delivers persistent storage.

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    Vendors, such as Intel and Cisco, are hoping to pave the way for a security ecosystem in which applications communicate threat intelligence amongst each other. Will it work?

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    Intel and Micron say new 3D chip technology is biggest breakthrough in memory technology in nearly 30 years

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  • Intel Atom processor to boost new handhelds

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    Intel used its recent developer's forum to call attention to its latest mobile device initiative. The company is putting the finishing touches on the processors needed for what it considers a new class of handheld devices.

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