Earlier this month at Super Mobility Week, 5G dominated the conversation about what’s next for the wireless industry, and how that will impact network carriers and everyday people. It was clear that wireless industry is already hard at work on … Read more >
Monthly Archives: September 2014
In search of the best way to train future security experts: notes from the 2014 Intel Developers Forum (IDF ’14)
By Claire Vishik, Intel’s Trust & Security Technology & Policy Director, and Scott Buck, Intel’s University Program Manager IDF’14 was about future technologies – powerful computing devices, Internet of Things and mobiles, and how computing is going to affect everyday lives of … Read more >
Both amateur and professional photographers alike have something new to be ecstatic about! Last week at the Intel Developer Forum, CEO Brian Krzanich talked about Intel® RealSenseTM snapshot, an intelligent camera system for computing devices that captures depth information of … Read more >
The post Taking Your Photography to the Next Level with Intel RealSense appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Following in the steps of other major mobile device manufacturers, Apple has finally included 802.11ac wireless technology in the iPhone 6. Faster wireless connectivity is always a good thing, but if your phone’s Wi-Fi is faster than your laptop, you … Read more >
The post If 802.11ac Wi-Fi Is In Your iPhone, Shouldn’t It Also Be In Your Laptop? appeared first on Technology@Intel.
TV still plays an important role in how we obtain information and entertain. For most homes, it occupies the prime location in the living room. But with recent proliferation of mobile devices, our TV viewing experience is transforming. Mobile devices … Read more >
Do you remember the old days when, to get the internet, you used a dial-up modem in your computer that used your home’s telephone wires? We’ve come a LONG way since then. When broadband delivered from a cable network provider … Read more >
The post Making Gigabit Broadband a Reality with DOCSIS 3.1 appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Computing just got a whole lot smaller and quieter — fanless, to be precise — with the new Intel® Core™ M processor. This new 14 nanometer processor pushes the envelope in thinner and lighter device designs! Wi-Fi connectivity also just … Read more >
The post Small is Beautiful – Introducing the Intel® Core™ M Processor & Intel® Wireless-AC 7265 appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Until recently, 802.11n wireless was great for home Wi-Fi. However, as we add more devices and users to our networks, we get slower individual connections due to increases in bandwidth demand. 802.11n was great when all we were connecting were … Read more >
David A. Hoffman Intel’s Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer (The following are my remarks accepting the IAPP Privacy Vanguard Award delivered today in San Jose). Thank you. I am honored and grateful to accept the IAAP Privacy … Read more >
Last week at IDF, Intel, the #1 volume PC graphics company1, showcased the amazing 3D, Media, Display and Compute capabilities of the latest generations of Intel graphics. Thousands of developers and press were there, and packed audiences got the latest. … Read more >
The post Intel Graphics Momentum Showcased at IDF, and the Future’s Even More ‘Visual’ appeared first on Technology@Intel.
It’s been a busy few months for us at Intel. Since my last post in May, we’ve taken some important steps toward our goal of being second in LTE modem volume by the end of 2014. Our certification efforts are … Read more >
The post Intel Second-Generation LTE Chipset Certified on China Mobile appeared first on Technology@Intel.
For many people, the idea of autonomous vehicles is one of the most exciting—and seemingly tangible—of all IoT innovations. Imagine a new version of the family road trip, where everyone—mom and dad included—piles into the back of the minivan. Or … Read more >
The post The Far-Reaching Impact of IoT and Self-Driving Cars [Video] appeared first on IoT@Intel.
New wireless announcements this week at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) have the tech community energized. Live demonstrations of seamless docking with WiGig as well as wireless charging are fueling developer imaginations. The announcements make Intel’s position on a wireless … Read more >
The Intel® Gateway Solutions for IoT were announced back in April and, since then, we’ve talked a lot about why gateways are critical to the Internet of Things. However, there is still a little blurriness around what a gateway is … Read more >
As video production moves increasingly towards 4K, so do the challenges that high-resolution video capture and editing create. The sheer amount of bandwidth required to produce 4K video can tax all but the most powerful systems available. The issues with … Read more >
The post Increasing Adoption of 4K Video Technologies Driving Growth for Thunderbolt™2 Products appeared first on Technology@Intel.
At this week’s 2014 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Internet of Things (IoT) industry leaders were on hand to share how they are working with Intel to create solutions that give developers the flexibility they need to help drive … Read more >
The post Working Together to Create Flexible, Market-Ready IoT Solutions appeared first on IoT@Intel.
In recent years, most airlines began charging passengers a fee to check their luggage. To avoid these fees, passengers like me pack as much as possible into one carry-on bag. I learned first-hand this practice can have unexpected consequences. Halfway … Read more >
The post How do you package ‘must-have’ security in the Internet of Things world? appeared first on Intel Labs.
When we make a phone call a lot of things happen in the background. Bullet proof carrier/mobile networks allow us to stay in touch with our family and friends. A lot of proprietary equipment, trained professionals and complicated software are … Read more >
The post Shaping the future of networks from our hands to the datacenters appeared first on Intel Labs.
Modern devices often have multiple sensors such as a camera, microphone, GPS, accelerometer, and magnetometer. These built-in sensors can check our current location, remind us of appointments, and tell us how to get to the appointment. While this is useful, … Read more >
The post Going beyond location awareness to a holistic context awareness and actionable awareness appeared first on Intel Labs.