Intel could really use a few bucks from the recently passed (by Congress, at least) $US280 ($AU401) billion CHIPS and Science ACT. The U.S. chipmaker shocked investors on Thursday, revealing it lost nearly $US500 ($AU716) million in Q2, its first quarterly loss in years. The company cited weakened demand for PC components and downturns in…
On the eve of Apple’s big MacBook event, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said he hopes the company can win back Apple, noting that he hasn’t given up on the idea that one day Macs may once again run on Intel chips. Oh boy.