15 Tech Toys Turn Play into Learning is a really cool story for anyone with tech-interested kids in their lives. It gives a well-researched list of toys that help kids learn to code, etc. – with insights from Intel’s Mark … Read more >
Monthly Archives: August 2015
Aspen Institute Communication Conference furthers the discussion on FCC and FTC privacy roles for the internet and ISPs
By John Kincaide, Privacy and Security Policy Attorney at Intel On August 12, 2015 the Aspen Institute held its 30th Annual Conference on Communications Policy. The topic for the conference was the Future of Broadband Competition and the discussions included … Read more >
$34 billion $45 billion 1.8 billion 711 million These big numbers are just some of the indicators on how the gaming industry has grown and continued to advance. NewZoo projected that revenue from PC gaming will be $34 billion for … Read more >
Note: this is reposted from the Thunderbolt Community site In June at Computex 2015, Intel unveiled Thunderbolt™ 3 – The USB-C that does it all. Since then, we’ve seen a lot of excitement in the press and industry about Thunderbolt … Read more >
At Intel, we’ve been working closely with PC companies for years to deliver high performance workstations that deliver the computing demands of designers, content creators, engineers and architects. If you fall in this camp, you understand that not just any … Read more >
Intel supports the Equality Act and the protections for LGBT Americans it outlines, and we thank Senator Merkley and his colleagues for their leadership on this important U.S. legislation. We respect, value, and celebrate the unique points of view and opportunities … Read more >
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Being an American, reports of cyberattacks back home rarely catch my attention these days. Even a letter from the CIO of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in Washington advising me that my personal data as a former US Government … Read more >
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By Bill Bartolone, Government Affairs for Intel Last week, our country moved one step closer to new and vital discoveries in science, medicine, engineering, technology and industry with President Obama’s Executive Order (EO) establishing the National Strategic Computing Initiative … Read more >
Over 300,000 visitors attend Gamescom in Cologne, Germany and Intel’s here at the event this week showing off our newest enthusiast desktop platforms. The PC remains the number one platform for gaming from a volume, revenue, and growth perspective1 and … Read more >
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The Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 is Intel’s 2nd generation 802.11ac, dual band, and 1×1 Wi-Fi + Bluetooth® adapter. It’s engineered to be faster, stronger, greener than the previous gen Intel 802.11ac 1×1 products with shared Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antennas, … Read more >
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On July 30th, Intel hosted the second meeting of the US Department of Commerce Data Advisory Council at our headquarters in Santa Clara, California. The primary building of our headquarters, and where the meeting was located, is named after Robert … Read more >
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