This week, Intel filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding venue for patent cases in TC Heartland LLC vs Kraft Food Brands LLC. At issue in the case is whether jurisdiction for where patent cases may be brought … Read more >
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Speaking at RSA
I will be speaking at this year’s RSA Conference, discussing how hardware-based security is, and will continue to be, instrumental in defending against emerging threats and how… Read more
The wait is finally over! Today, we are pleased to announce Google* added support for both the 550x and 570x Intel® JouleTM compute module to their developer preview of Android Things*. In December… Read more
Intel® Developer Mesh launched nearly a year ago, and today there are over 260 projects posted on the site. Every month I plan to pick out 5 projects to highlight that I find interesting. With over a… Read more
To reach women where they are, a caravan loaded with laptops and training software began traveling to Kenyan communities to work with local organizations to provide basic computer and Internet skills to young women. Read more >
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Today’s office workspaces are all about being connected. As people move from conference rooms to smaller collaboration and “huddle” spaces to cubicles, they expect a seamless experience, with fast access to what they need from wherever they are. To support … Read more >
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Looking ahead, one thing is clear: Rapidly evolving technology is critical to the future of fully autonomous driving. Recently, I wrote about what goes on under the hood of the latest automated vehicles. Others in my field have covered the … Read more >
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In short, 7th gen delivers more of what makes PCs great. While older PCs certainly still function fine, many are not able to fully take advantage of the new technologies that dominate users’ work time and play time, alike. In … Read more >
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Super Computing 2016 brought into sharp focus the powerful impact HPC is having on everything from life sciences and research to machine learning. Software defined infrastructure, visualization,… Read more
Black History Month is a time to come together and celebrate the achievements of Black Americans and the contributions Blacks have made to our country. For me, Black History Month is also a time to come together as a community, … Read more >
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By now you’ve probably seen the television ads featuring Tom Brady going about his morning rituals. Have you noticed that it is shot in 360-degree views? The 30-second spot, “Brady Everyday,” showcases how Intel® 360 replay technology is transforming the … Read more >
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By Steven Rodgers, Executive Vice President and General Counsel Intel co-founder Robert Noyce famously said “innovation is everything.” Every day, tens of thousands of Intel scientists, engineers and others work to keep Noyce’s vision true. Beginning with Intel’s release of … Read more >
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On January 24, 2017, Intel filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the patent exhaustion doctrine in Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc., requesting that the Supreme Court reverse the lower court’s decision. The doctrine holds … Read more >
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When you talk to people about Intel, you might think of computer processors, data centers, or maybe those commercials with the workers in the white clean-suits, but did you also know that Intel is one of the biggest software vendors … Read more >
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Intel® Responsive Retail Platform can lead Technology Providers to where the fish are biting. Intel has committed to invest more than $100 million over the next five years in the retail industry with the new Intel Responsive Retail Platform. The goal is … Read more >
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We are providing support to potentially impacted employees, all of whom are in this country lawfully. As a company co-founded by an immigrant, we continue to support lawful immigration. We will continue to provide any impacted employees with Intel’s full … Read more >
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Computers are a funny hobby. It’s easy and rewarding to pour your heart, soul, and of course budget into them in order to create something that meets your very specific needs. But the needs of today are not the needs … Read more >
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This is the third in a series of blog posts based on Intel research into human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for automated driving. Read the first and second in this series. In my previous articles, I’ve written about why it’s so important … Read more >
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This is the second in a series of blog posts based on Intel research into human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for automated driving. Read the first one here. In my previous blog post I wrote about how Intel’s user experience research teams … Read more >
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We recently wrote about how one Spanish company is using Intel® NUC Mini PCs to create a realistic and accurate flight simulator to help train pilots. In that case, SimLoc Research networked six Intel NUCs together to simulate the complex … Read more >
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