Monthly Archives: April 2017

Athletes and Fans Brace for Big Esports Competition in Australia

Intel Extreme Masters Sydney gaming competition intensifies Australia’s role in the rising esports economy. For a year, Chris Orfanellis lived with his Australian teammates in the Downtown Grand, a low-key hotel and hotspot for esports competitions in the heart of Las Vegas. They played Counter-Strike almost daily, removing the furniture from their suite to make … Continued

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Fast-Charging Glass Batteries Last Longer

New rechargeable lithium-glass batteries charge in minutes and last longer, tripling the range electric cars can travel. While some technology advances blaze ahead, others innovations like batteries languish in a sea of good enough. The lithium-ion battery technology used in today’s laptops, drones and electric cars, for example, dates back to the mid-1980s. But thanks to 94-year-old … Continued

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Ready for Anything: Disaster and Analytics

Using data analytics, a humanitarian organization determines the most efficient ways to deliver aid to people affected by violence and natural disasters. Outbreaks of violence are often unpredictable, creating extreme challenges for humanitarian aid organizations in providing safe shelter, food, water and medical care. That’s where analytics can help in predicting resources needed for people … Continued

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Intel She Will Connect: Connecting U.S. middle school girls to innovation experiences

  This blog was posted on behalf of Pia Wilson-Body. Pia is the Executive Director of the Intel Foundation and the Director of the Corporate Affairs Group at Intel- Greater Americas. The Intel Foundation award grants focused on increasing opportunities for … Read more >

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Coachella Drone Light Show Delights Concert Crowd

The 2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival took fans into the future when 300 synchronized Shooting Star drones illuminated the night sky above center stage. A crowd of more than 100,000 Coachella concertgoers saw history in the making when 300 Intel Shooting Star drones colored the night sky. The dancing drones took the shape … Continued

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Integrating IoT Into Your Business Model To Benefit Customers

Wondering where IoT fits into your business model and how IoT applications may benefit your customers? Read on to become inspired by these innovative and creative IoT-fueled solutions. Industrial Smart Glasses: Connecting the Hands-on Workforce Hands-free technology is rapidly on … Read more >

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Photographers Travel Earth to Save Sky from Light Pollution

Timelapse photographers zigzagged 150,000 miles across the U.S. to capture the wonders of the dark skies and raise awareness about the growing threat of light pollution. Their family and friends think they’re crazy for devoting so many nights to create Skyglow, a book and video born from Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic’s passion for nature … Continued

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Will Dubai Offer First Passenger Drone for Public Transportation?

Rapid innovation in drone technologies could relieve commuter traffic in smart cities as passenger drone services become available. For anyone needing a taxi this summer in Dubai, things are looking up. If all goes as planned, the jet-setting city will offer the world’s first autonomous air taxi service. Combining autonomous driving (AD) and drone technology, the Ehang … Continued

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Industry Focuses Efforts on Wi-Fi, Coordinated Shared Spectrum, and Convergence of Wireless and Computing

With spectral availability in diminishing supply, meeting the data challenges of 5G will require the industry to become increasingly resourceful—exploring new ways to leverage licensed, license shared, and unlicensed bandwidth to support a growing array of devices and requirements, while … Read more >

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Will Retail Robots Upgrade Shopping Experiences?

With the ability to manage inventory in real-time, take payment for items almost anywhere inside a store and even prepare tasty drinks, retail robots could be the next best way to keep customers returning to brick and mortar stores. Home robots were a big hit at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), but chances are that … Continued

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Red Ants Pants: Small Business, Huge Passion

Technology and passion help Red Ants Pants founder Sarah Calhoun run her small business from a rural outpost under Montana’s big sky. Black angus cows graze in the open fields in sprawling Meagher County, Montana, where the cattle by far outnumber the people. In the county seat of White Sulphur Springs, named for the mineralized … Continued

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Tech Gives Kentucky Derby Faster Run for the Roses

Real-time technologies bring a data-based approach to horse breeding and training, and the way race fans place winning bets at the Kentucky Derby. Breeding a Kentucky Derby winner is a multi-million dollar business, and increasingly technology is playing a more critical role in horse racing success. It’s no secret top horses such as 2015 Triple … Continued

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