I went on a field trip this weekend to some big box retailers in search of a new laptop. As the sales person was asking questions and promoting various machines, I asked a simple question: which laptops have 802.11ac Wi-Fi … Read more >
Monthly Archives: February 2015
By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations for Intel Today, the Administration followed through on action that could significantly improve the lives of thousands of Intel employees and their families. The Department of Homeland Security approved employment … Read more >
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Companies like Intel that build the technologies and services of the Internet depend for their livelihoods upon a stable and trustworthy Internet environment. A year ago, the National Telecommunication and Information Administration (NTIA) began the final stage of a process … Read more >
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One of Hollywood’s favorite awards shows is upon us this weekend. It will be a great night of entertainment whether you are toasting the Oscars with champagne in formal attire with friends or are opting to kick back and relax … Read more >
Virtual Reality for consumers is becoming more and more common. There are now several mobile solutions that transform your smartphone into a virtual reality device, by adding a case with wide-angle lenses attached to it. Also there are dedicated devices … Read more >
Who needs a Valentine when you have your tablet? Whether snuggling up with your tablet to watch hilarious YouTube videos, read a great book, or listen to your favorite music, your relationship with your Intel-powered tablet will be the best … Read more >
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