One of the most intriguing aspects about the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it can positively impact such a wide range of markets, including industrial, energy, health care, and others. In his thoughtful and rich blog post below, guest … Read more >
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Cities are the lifeblood of our planet, and are the dominant force in today’s energy usage and resource management efforts. Given that today’s cities consume two-thirds of the world’s energy, according to a United Nations study, and more than 50 … Read more > Read more
Intel wants broadband to be affordable and high quality, but determining which last-mile broadband technology is most cost-effective (that is, weighing the tradeoff between affordability and high quality) can be challenging. Two leading choices are fiber to the premises (FTTP) … Read more >
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What can Intel RealSense Technology do for you? Intel’s resident Nerd Herder for that tech explores some interesting possibilities Read more >
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It’s easy to imagine what people will do when their cars take care of all the driving: check email, help a child finish their homework, spread cream cheese on a bagel, all without causing an accident. But before that dream … Read more >
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It’s a Thursday evening. You’re on the computer, catching up on tasks and work correspondence. Your spouse is on a tablet device, keeping in touch with family and friends over video chat. Your youngest child is on a smartphone, playing … Read more >
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Summer is in full swing and it might just have made you want to take on the role of this summer’s “grill master.” While the classic burger and hot dog on the lawn are always great options for your BBQ … Read more >
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Major security breaches make big headlines, and systems security is becoming increasingly important every day in the Internet of Things. I’m pleased to welcome Jeff Marek, Director of Engineering, Application-Ready Platforms at Intel, who has spent the better part of … Read more >
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We are at day four of the Intel Extreme Masters Season 9 opener taking place here at the Shenzhen Cartoon and Anime Festival. The first three days have seen some awesome competition among the HearthStone, StarCraft II and League of … Read more >
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If you were to ask Intel engineers about how to modernize manufacturing, they would look at you quizzically. Our facilities are producing the most advanced, highest performing microprocessors in the world, evolving at a pace we call Moore’s Law. Modernization … Read more >
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Dominance Reborn: the New 4th Gen Core Processors for Enthusiasts Chat Series proceeded on Tuesday, July 15. Thanks to over 50 participants who joined the conversation on the blog chat page and also for the many who returned for another great session. Gigabyte’s team … Read more > Read more
When people think of the Internet of Things, they often focus just on the “things,” but it’s also about the communications infrastructure and the datacenter, and both are essential aspects to creating innovative IoT solutions that can affect significant change. … Read more >
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By Peter Muller, director of Immigration Policy for Intel In May, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed a change to immigration law that could significantly improve the lives of thousands of Intel employees and their families by providing employment … Read more >
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On May 13, 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued an opinion in a Spanish privacy lawsuit against Google. Media attention to the court’s action boldly proclaimed the creation of a “Right to be Forgotten.” The opinion … Read more >
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You may have heard me drop hints about it at MakerCon in May…. and now we’re excited to update you that the first Intel® Galileo Gen 2 boards have started to roll off the production line. Introducing Intel® Galileo Gen … Read more >
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Intel® Technology Provider continued the Dominance Reborn: the New 4th Gen Core Processors for Enthusiasts Chat Series on Tuesday, July 8. Thanks to all who joined the conversation on the blog chat page, we had over 50 participants this round! Asus’s team – Dennis … Read more > Read more
The phrase seems to be everywhere technology is considered — the Internet of Things (IoT) — a simple description for a vast and uncharted world of devices that will soon be sending and receiving data at a rate that is … Read more >
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Most engineers like to create things from scratch, but when you’re preparing to implement virtualization technology on platforms in a manufacturing setting, it’s helpful to begin the process with a leg up. Fortunately, developers looking to reduce costs and shorten … Read more >
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Cars today have more computing capabilities than ever before, using dozens of interconnected electronic control units (ECUs) for enhanced vehicle management, premium entertainment, and remote telematics. ECUs provide outstanding results for consumers, but can negatively impact both space and energy … Read more >
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Rugged laptops have always been designed with extreme conditions in mind. The genesis for ruggedized computers began in 1982 in the US with the space program and the Grid Compass Computer that eventually made its way into the space shuttle. … Read more > Read more