Category Archives: Lifestyle

Mobile Security from McAfee – Use it or Lose it!

Did you know that there are currently over 4 billion mobile phones in use worldwide today? Mobile phones are quickly becoming our primary means to stay in touch, take pictures, shop, bank, listen to music, and socialize. We store personal and professional information on them, and because we use them for almost everything, they have […] Read more >

Mandalay Bay Border Grill: Mexican Food in Las Vegas

In my previous post for Las Vegas for Foodies attending CES, I suggested Border Grill at Mandalay Bay as a possible destination for great Mexican food. Well, after my visit last night for dinner, I can wholeheartedly recommend Border Grill for great food and superior service. Executive chefs, Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger have […] Read more >

Las Vegas for Foodies: CES Restaurants & Gluten-Free Menus

Calling all Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Foodies…let’s share good food choices that won’t break the budget. If you’re like me and attending CES in Las Vegas next week, you’re already on the prowl for delicious dining options in a variety of cuisines. Below are my top restaurant choices for the Las Vegas Strip. Let me […] Read more >

Employability and Lifetime Learning: Tips for the Social Media Averse

Since you’rve found your way to Inside Scoop you’re probably already social media savvy. This blog post is not necessarily for you, but maybe a friend, family member, someone you wished embraced social media more. I recently found myself on two instances defending the value of social media to professionals outside Intel: One a sales […] Read more >

Ultrabook Devices Make the Ultimate Holiday Season

According to a recent Intel survey conducted by Kelton Research, this holiday season three out of five Americans said that they wouldn’t be willing to give up their mobile technology devices for a single week in order to spend more time with family. The survey also revealed more than half of Americans would rather give […] Read more >

Here’s ‘The Situation’ with 2nd generation Intel Core

  Hollywood’s up and coming stars always have the scoop about the latest and greatest products and trends and often get an early look at some new products. At this year’s Teen Choice Awards and MTV Video Music Awards, Intel gave some of Hollywood’s celebrities an up close and personal look at some of the […] Read more >

Anya Wins Project Runway on Night of Comebacks

“Its kind of too hard to deal with all at once.” Those were the words of Anya Ayoung-Chee on last Thursday’s Project Runway finale as she commented on showing at Mercedes-Benz Fashion week and being crowned design winner of Season 9. For me last Thursday—in the night of comebacks, these words rang so true. As […] Read more >

Inspired by the Con: The Search for a Visibly Smart Halloween Costume

At the end of every Halloween I have grand ideas of how next year I will take the time construct a more creative and innovative costume.  Yet somehow, every year I seem to forget about Halloween until it is too late.  This year is no exception.  As I scanned my emails this morning, I realized […] Read more >

10 Cool Things to do with Intel at New York Comic Con

#1 Intel Extreme Masters arrives with a lot of momentum behind it at New York Comic Con tonight. Fresh from a successful Global Challenge Guangzhou, Global Challenge New York will have many of the best professional gamers in the world competing in Counter-Strike, League of Legends and StarCraft 2 for a total of $93,000 in […] Read more >

Fashion Forward

I’d like to consider myself a “fashion-conscious” kind of guy, ”fashion-forward” is probably a stretch (and no… comments are not welcome on that point). I do however appreciate innovation in any form. Last week I had my first opportunity to get a glimpse of how the fashion and retail industries are innovating. Specifically around in-store experiences and shopper assistance, the likes of […] Read more >