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(Reuters) - Intel Corp on Wednesday introduced a new, faster family of processor chips for personal computers and said that the supercomputer it is helping the U.S. government to build will reach double previously expected speeds.
(Reuters) -Advanced Micro Devices Inc on Tuesday projected higher fourth-quarter revenue than market expectations, betting on its ability to overcome a weak supply chain to meet strong demand for chips used in gaming consoles and data center servers.
SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korean telecom service provider KT Corp said a widespread outage on Monday was due to a "routing error" and not a cyber attack as initially suspected.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department said on Thursday it had received indications from companies such as Intel and Infineon that they would cooperate with a voluntary request for data on the chips crisis, but that the final number and quality of responses would determine whether it would need to make it compulsory.
(Reuters) - Shares of Intel Corp sank on Thursday as the company reported third-quarter sales that missed expectations, with Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger telling Reuters that shortages of ancillary chips needed to make full computers are holding back sales of the company's flagship processor chips.
(Reuters) - Steve Bruce said his stint at Newcastle United could be his last managerial role after the 60-year-old left the club on Wednesday following a poor start to their Premier League campaign and the takeover of the side by a Saudi Arabian-backed consortium.
(Reuters) -Steve Bruce has left his position as Newcastle United manager by mutual consent, the Premier League team said in a statement on Wednesday, two weeks after they were taken over by a Saudi Arabian-backed consortium.
KOTA KINABALU: An inspector and four other policemen attached to the anti-narcotics department were charged at the Kota Kinabalu Special Corruption Court here on Friday (Oct 15).