How Intel Is Trying to Win Back Investor Confidence

Intel’s new CEO Bob Swan continued his campaign to reset expectations about the chipmaking giant, but with limited success. Hosting its first investor day in more than two years, Intel invited Wall Street analysts and fund managers to its Santa Clara, Calif. headquarters for three hours of presentations and speeches. The aim was to convince […]

Textio’s New Tool Will Take the Words Right Out of Your Mouth—and Maybe Improve Them

Words matter, and they often matter in different ways to different people. That’s why, for the past five years, text analytics startup Textio has studied–and helped to augment–the way companies in search of more diverse candidates communicate with prospective hires. Now, the company is launching a new product that takes that mission one step further. […]

Nvidia Has a Cheap A.I.-Focused Computer for the Do-it-Yourself Crowd

Nvidia’s cutting-edge graphics cards used for playing video games and-increasingly-for performing artificial intelligence and machine learning tasks can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. But on Monday, CEO Jensen Huang announced a product for the “maker” market of students, hobbyists, and tinkerers with a tiny $99 computer optimized for A.I and machine learning. Dubbed […]

Why Intel’s Graphics Card Turf War With Nvidia and AMD Turned to Open Standards

As Intel prepares to take on Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices with its own line of graphics cards coming out in a few years, the chipmaking giant is planting seeds now, by using its dominant position in processor chips, to catch up to its two rivals. On Monday, Intel and some partners debuted an open […]