U.S. Businesses Dispute Trump's Plan To Slash International BudgetSome of the largest, most powerful American companies are urging the Trump administration to rethink severe budget cuts expected to harm international diplomacy and development.
Intel Drops $15 Billion For Mobileye In Race For Driverless FutureIntel will buy Israel's Mobileye in a deal valued at about $15 billion, instantly propelling the computer chip and technology giant to the forefront of autonomous vehicle technology.
Declassified Intel Report Says Putin Ordered Campaign To Influence U.S. ElectionA new declassified report says Russian President Vladimir Putin "ordered" an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election.
Fifth Officer Placed On Administrative Leave In OPD Sex ScandalA fifth Oakland police officer has been placed on administrative leave as news that a sexual misconduct scandal has spread to other area departments.
Texts Reveal Officers Warned Teen Prostitute In OPD Sex Scandal About Undercover OperationsThere is new evidence police allegedly gave a teenage prostitute undercover operation intelligence.
Intel To Cut 12,000 Jobs As It Confronts Decline In PCsIntel says it will cut 12,000 jobs — about 11 percent of its workforce — as it reorganizes to confront a decline in sales of personal computers.
Tech Startups Compete To Win $1 Million On New Intel-Funded Reality ShowFive judges will pick a $1 million winner among technology startups on a new Intel-funded competition TV show, "America's Greatest Makers."
Tag Heuer Partners With Intel, Google For $1,500 SmartwatchA leading Swiss watchmaker and two technology titans have combined forces to produce a computerized wristwatch billed as the "world's smartest luxury watch."
Google, Intel Partner With Tag Heuer To Make 'World's Smartest Luxury Watch'A leading Swiss watchmaker and two technology titans have combined forces to produce a computerized wristwatch billed as the "world's smartest luxury watch."
Apple, Google, 3 Other Tech Giants Settle On $415 Million In Employee Poaching ScandalA federal judge has approved a $415 million settlement to resolve a class-action lawsuit alleging Apple, Google, Intel and two other Silicon Valley companies illegally conspired to prevent their workers from getting better job offers.
Google's Workforce Data Shows Internet Search Still Struggling To DiversifyGoogle's most recent demographic data underscores the challenges it faces as it tries to add more women, blacks and Hispanics to its payroll.
Intel Makes $16.7 Billion Bet On Mobile With Acquisition Of San Jose's AlteraSan Jose-based Altera specializes in programmable chips for all sorts of things like cars, industrial uses and communications applications, and its been making solid inroads into data centers, an area of strength for Intel as the world's biggest chipmaker looks to expand beyond the weakening PC business and also make inroads into mobile, where it lost $4-billion last year, and is forecasting another $3-billion dollar loss this year.