By Steven Rodgers, Executive Vice President and General Counsel Intel co-founder Robert Noyce famously said “innovation is everything.” Every day, tens of thousands of Intel scientists, engineers and others work to keep Noyce’s vision true. Beginning with Intel’s release of … Read more >
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How the rapid expansion of 3D printing capabilities is changing the way cars are designed and manufactured. Before offering tinted windows and fancy rims, automakers gave buyers few ways to customize a new car. But now that’s changing. According to auto industry experts and researchers, computer simulation and 3D printing technologies could significantly change the … Continued
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On January 24, 2017, Intel filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the patent exhaustion doctrine in Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc., requesting that the Supreme Court reverse the lower court’s decision. The doctrine holds … Read more >
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When you talk to people about Intel, you might think of computer processors, data centers, or maybe those commercials with the workers in the white clean-suits, but did you also know that Intel is one of the biggest software vendors … Read more >
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