The holidays are a busy time with all the preparations to get ready. Intel-powered tablets can lend a hand in making your holidays such as Halloween memorable and fun without too much pain. If you’re behind on selecting your costume … Read more >
Monthly Archives: October 2014
As the enterprise integrates BYOD and mobility strategies, the burden placed on wireless access points in companies has increased exponentially. In the past, employees connected to wireless networks on one primary device such as a laptop, and 802.11b/g/n routers were … Read more >
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By: David A. Hoffman On October 8th, I had the great honor to interview Walter Isaacson at an event titled The Data Opportunity: Rethinking Privacy to Spur Innovation. The event focused on demonstrating that we can have privacy AND … Read more >
By: Paula Bruening Last week, Mauritius hosted the 36th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. By convening in this island African country, the data protection authorities acknowledged that data protection and privacy are concerns not only of the developed … Read more >
The post Rethink Privacy 2.0 and Fair Information Practice Principles: A Common Language for Privacy appeared first on Policy@Intel.
Software defined networking (SDN) offers a new approach to network management and programmability for the purpose of enabling more flexible network architectures and agile service deployments. SDN introduces new standards and mechanisms to manage networks and quickly introduce new functionality … Read more >
The post Intel and AT&T to Drive Research to Enable Software Defined Networking appeared first on Intel Labs.
According to a recent study by RealityMine, 85% of all tablet use occurs at home. As tablet technology has advanced, we’ve seen the tablet become a mainstay in the American household, elevating our typical activities and giving us access to … Read more >
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With more and more mobile device manufacturers including Wi-Fi call capabilities in their products, and major mobile carriers competing to offer free Wi-Fi calls, now is a good time to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of this new … Read more >
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Intel-powered tablets provide the performance and features that help create and manage amazing content and experiences. Intel and Mashable teamed up to give Intel-based tablets to two pairs of creative technologists as part of a series called “Duality,” to see … Read more >
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Even with new 802.11ac wireless technology available to device manufacturers, many companies are still putting older, slower 802.11bgn wireless cards in their devices. From laptops to smart TVs, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting before you buy. 802.11b/g/n … Read more >
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To enable radically new user experiences, Intel Labs has been exploring system security and privacy with the goal that any device that computes on Intel conducts its operations in a secure and privacy preserving manner. Last year, Intel published the … Read more >
We’re through the first month of football, and back into full cheering, stats-watching and tailgating mode. While 12th-man clubs across the country are having meet-ups and tailgating parties to root on their favorite teams, they could benefit from a new … Read more >
Mobile devices are arguably the most prominent technology in people’s hands – we have them with us all the time. Because of their pervasive nature, they fulfill essential needs and solve problems for people around the world. This is particularly … Read more >
The fast-approaching “Internet of Things” is already placing unforeseen burdens on older wireless access points. Now that almost every new device has some kind of wireless connectivity, it’s becoming very clear why you should upgrade to devices featuring 802.11ac Wi-Fi. … Read more >