Monthly Archives: July 2017

Data Center Capacity Provides An Edge In Digitally-Driven Markets

Upgrading data center capacity can help give your customers the edge they need to compete in today’s digitally-driven markets. The time is now for you to help your customers help themselves. In today’s digital economy, more business is being conducted … Read more >

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Esports on the Rise in China with IEM Shanghai

Esport events like Intel Extreme Masters Shanghai create a positive buzz for gaming in China, a nation once resistant to online games. Zhou “iAsonu” Hang hoped to become a professional esport athlete, but his parents had different expectations. They wanted him to earn a degree in robotic automation at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, … Continued

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Fast Forward with the New Intel Xeon Scalable Platform

Transformation is happening all around us. Adopting technology to accelerate innovation and tackle business challenges is becoming pervasive across industries—financial services, life sciences, energy and agriculture. Transformation relies on powerful, scalable, intelligent and secure infrastructure. The Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor … Read more >

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Intel Files Statement With ITC: Qualcomm’s Anticompetitive Practices Are Against the Public Interest

Read our statement filed today with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) with regard to the serious public-interest issues raised by Qualcomm’s Complaint alleging infringement by certain Apple mobile devices.

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Beyond Air Pollution: Smart Cities Offer a Breath of Fresh Air

New hyperlocal air quality monitoring technologies help people find ways to breathe easier. When a layer of smog blankets an entire city, many people assume that the whole city is polluted. But that’s not always the case. Whether it’s rampant ragweed or a spewing factory, the air might be polluted on one block and breathable … Continued

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History of VR Linked to Penny Arcade

On the brink of a breakthrough moment, virtual reality can trace its roots back to an “experience theater” contraption built in the 1960s. Recently divorced and new to the U.S., Marianne Gyorgy agreed to go on a blind date. The young journalist from Budapest took a bus to New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal. … Continued

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Intel stands with Arizona business in support of the City of Phoenix’s antidiscrimination ordinance

This week, Intel joined other Arizona businesses and business organizations signing an amicus brief to the Arizona Court of Appeals, supporting Phoenix’s antidiscrimination ordinance (Phoenix City Code Section 18-4(B)) which, among other things, prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and … Read more >

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Esports Athletes Get Ready to Rumble in VR Challenger League

New virtual reality competition is the next esports obsession. Last month, Counter Logic Gaming and the Immortals, two of esports’ fiercest rivals, clashed in virtual reality (VR). This was a first for both teams, but if a new VR esport league takes off, it won’t be the last. Dubbed the VR Challenger League, the upcoming … Continued

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Realistic 3D Avatars Get Personal

Body Labs blends 3D camera and sensor technologies with artificial intelligence to scan people so their digital avatars can interact with places, products and each other. When soap manufacturer Cleo McVicker first developed Play-Doh as wallpaper cleaner, he had no idea he’d invented a product that would become a cornerstone of childhood play. McVicker isn’t … Continued

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Is Artificial Intelligence Prejudiced?

If information being fed to a computer is biased, experts say artificial intelligence will be biased too. Artificial intelligence (AI) may be quicker and more capable than humans, but the one thing it hasn’t yet overcome is bias. It’s true — computers can be as prejudiced as humans. Biased code can produce unintended consequences, including incorrectly … Continued

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Commercial Fleet Vehicle Management System Drives Efficiency, CO2 Reductions

This is the first in a two-part blog series on trends in next-generation digital efficiency. To learn more, check out the eBook we created in partnership with GE Ecomagination titled, “Digital Efficiency: Driving Decarbonization and Unlocking Business Value Across Industries.” … Read more >

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Digital Poets: Can Social Media Save Poetry?

Savvy social media stars use Instagram, Tumblr and other platforms to resurrect poetry and create a new genre of digital literature. In early summer, model Karlie Kloss published an Instagram post with a birthday tribute to her boyfriend of five years — Thrive Capital founder and Oscar Health cofounder Joshua Kushner. “My atoms love your … Continued

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Experts Explore How 5G Could Connect the Unconnected

Experts study socioeconomics and low-cost technologies to bring connectivity to rural towns and villages that currently lack internet access. With so many smartphones around, it’s hard to believe that more than half the world’s population still has no broadband connection. As 5G, the next generation wireless network, becomes available in 2020, some experts are exploring … Continued

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