I recently met with our Summer Interns to find out how their experience working in Marketing at Intel was going. After we broke the ice, I asked how their impression of Intel differed now versus 3 months ago. Not surprising, … Read more >
Monthly Archives: July 2013
By Andy Thurai (Twitter: @AndyThurai) Remember the old days, when we used to play “graphical” games such as Tetris, and were amazed by them? Twenty years fast forward, Ubisoft is doing things to enrich the user experience in an amazing way. … Read more >
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In my last blog, I broke down security pain points into four categories. Today I want to take a closer look at identity. Most people will tell you things are pretty bad today, but things have improved quite a lot … Read more >
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Last week, I had the opportunity to attend MobileBeat 2013 in San Francisco, a conference hosted by VentureBeat focusing on the future of mobile. This year, focus of the conference was on the fully integrated Mobile Experience and one of … Read more >
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You know it: there is no silver bullet for today’s IT security challenges. I mean no disrespect for industry security vendors. The security industry is working fast and furious to keep pace with a wild environment and ever-changing threat landscape. … Read more >
More than ever we trust technology to care for the details of our lives. We post vacation photos from the beach, announce life events from the delivery room, and bank from the palms of our hands. Overall it’s fun and … Read more >
With the recent re-launch of the Embedded@Intel blog, we want to take this opportunity to have a conversation with YOU – the hardware and software developers/engineers, business managers, makers, students, media, investors, and more who make up our rich community. What assets are you finding the most valuable for innovating and … Read more >
As 4G standards have completed in 2011 and networks are beginning to be deployed, the attention of the mobile research community is shifting towards what will be the next set of innovations in wireless communication technologies which we will refer to collectively as “5G” (5th Generation technologies). Given a historical 10-year cycle for every generation […] Read more
The future of the retail industry is closer than you think. Technology already available from the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor (aka Haswell) family is at the heart of new tools that help customers find what they need, exactly when … Read more >
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By Peter Pitsch, associate general counsel and executive director of communications policy for Intel State of the art telecom networks will be the lifeblood of Europe’s digital markets and, increasingly so, many other sectors of the larger economy. The EU recognized the importance of ultrafast broadband when it set the 2020 target of 50% of […] Read more