Digital mix master and music producer Metro Boomin takes original sounds of Serena Williams’ smashing forehand to create “Champion Sound.” After receiving his first laptop at age 13, Metro Boomin quickly became a prolific music producer. But little did he know a decade later he’d craft an anthem for the world’s top tennis women’s champion, … Continued
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There’s no doubt about it. The information ‘superhighway’ is becoming increasingly congested and data capacity is a global challenge. World wide mobile data traffic grew 63 percent in 2016, reaching 7.2 exabytes per month. To put that in context, that … Read more >
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We are closer to having autonomous homes, with advances in video, compute, and data processing capabilities being added to consumer products. This week marks the general availability of the Amazon Echo Show, which is notable not only for its popularity but … Read more >
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Name: Melissa Ortiz, Intel Intern Degree: San Jose State University, B.S. Computer Engineering, May 2017 Division: New Devices Group, Santa Clara, CA I recently caught up with Melissa Ortiz, who recently went to London and Paris with her team. Here, she … Read more >
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Name: Sodiq Balogun, Design Engineer Degree: University of District of Columbia, M.S., Electrical Engineering, 2016 Division: Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group, Hudson, MA My name is Sodiq Balogun. I have been at Intel for the past 1.5 years, and it’s been … Read more >
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