Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Hype and Hope of “mHealth”

Another day, another flyer arrives for a seminar on “mHealth.” One that showed up in my mailbox this week is typical: high-gloss images of mobile phones and heart signals, celebratory claims about how all of this will “revolutionize” healthcare, and… Read more >

The Hype and Hope of “mHealth”

Another day, another flyer arrives for a seminar on “mHealth.” One that showed up in my mailbox this week is typical: high-gloss images of mobile phones and heart signals, celebratory claims about how all of this will “revolutionize” healthcare, and … Read more > Read more >

Intel CEO Paul Otellini Keynotes at TPI Aspen Forum

I had the opportunity this week to attend the Technology Policy Institute’s 2010 Aspen Forum, which brought together policymakers and thought leaders to discuss the top technology policy issues facing our country. Intel’s CEO, Paul Otellini, had the opportunity to deliver … Read more > Read more >

Intel and Nokia: A New Lab for Mobile 3D

Today, Intel along with Nokia and the University of Oulu in Finland announced the establishment of the Intel and Nokia Joint Innovation Center. This lab will aim to revolutionize interactions with mobile devices by combining advanced mobile technology, 3D interfaces … Read more > Read more >

DESC Comes of Age

By Stephen Harper, Intel’s global director of environment and energy policy With the re-launch of our website, the Intel-founded Digital Energy Solutions Campaign (DESC) celebrates two years of growth and progress. DESC was founded two years ago by Intel and … Read more > Read more >

Intel and DARPA Collaborate on $49M Research Effort in Extreme Computing

DARPA, the legendary research arm of the US Department of Defense, recently announced that it had funded Intel, along with three other organizations, to develop ubiquitous high performance computing (UHPC) prototypes for completion by 2018. Intel’s UHPC effort is unique … Read more > Read more >

How to Sell Your Boss on Social Media, PC Upgrades or Practically Anything.

Not too long ago I was asked to share how Intel adopted its approach to social media. Now stay with me here because this is relevant, I promise. I thought about all the great work my peers had done before … Read more > Read more >