Category Archives: mobile computing

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 >

PC Tablets: The sleek form factor we love, with loads of performance and ready for the holidays!

I was lucky enough to test out the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC. This isn’t your everyday tablet that many have become accustomed to – it’s a slate PC! I have to admit, this is a really cool form factor, and it’s very portable and powerful! Be sure to add this to your Christmas wish list. Read more >

What do U.S. Teachers Think About Students’ Mobile Manners in the Classroom?

According to an Intel “Mobile Etiquette” survey commissioned by Ipsos, nearly all U.S. teachers (94 percent) agree that technology, when used properly, enhances students’ education experience. Three-quarters of teachers (74 percent) agree that with the fast pace of technology today, it is becoming just as important for children to learn about mobile etiquette as it [...] Read more >

Set Yourself up for Success this School Year with an Intel Core-powered Laptop

Are you back at school, but without a computer that can keep up with your everyday needs? Completing research papers, storing and editing photos and videos, surfing online and staying in touch with family and friends via email and various social media channels and video services, streaming your favorite music, playing games and watching movies… [...] Read more >

Festival of Ideas: SEATAC to NYC and Back (to the Future)

Corporate visions for the future require the “impersonal logic” cited by Andy Grove in his book, “Only the Paranoid Survive.” It was this impersonal logic that allowed Intel to recognize an inflection point and shift its core business to microprocessors. Today, Intel futurists envision a compute continuum where computing exists in literally everything, from cars [...] Read more >