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"Intel needs to put out a desktop processor if it doesn't want to become irrelevant" CES 2020 is the biggest tech show of the year, and Intel just gave us vague teases of future products. Instead, Intel wasted most of its time talking about smart cities, the Red Cross and football. This is all definitely cool and important work that Intel is doing, but I couldn't help but feel that Intel totally forgot that this was the Consumer Electronics Show. When Intel finally did get around to actually talking about products that matter for the average consumer, it only did so in vague teases. It teased Tiger Lake, but didn't give any specific specs. It showed Destiny 2 running on a mobile-class Intel Xe discrete GPU, but didn't give any other information. $AMD $INTC $GS $C techradar.com/news/intel-ne...
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