Modern devices often have multiple sensors such as a camera, microphone, GPS, accelerometer, and magnetometer. These built-in sensors can check our current location, remind us of appointments, and tell us how to get to the appointment. While this is useful, … Read more >
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Our experiences as we head out to have some fun or drive to work will contribute towards how we feel about the day. Running late for an appointment because of unexpectedly full parking lots, heavy or rerouted traffic, or delayed … Read more >
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While the Consumer Electronics Association found that 44 percent of online consumers owned tablets by the end of 2013, tablets have yet to reach this level of penetration in the enterprise. That fact will soon change according to STATISTA. The … Read more > Read more
This year’s Internet Governance Forum (IGF) that concluded Friday in Istanbul, Turkey was the place to be and not just because of the beautiful location. More than 3,400 people gathered for the event. While numbers themselves don’t indicate quality or success, I … Read more >
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It has been an exciting and busy week for us in the tablet world. IFA Berlin (one of the world’s leading trade shows for consumer electronics and home appliances) is in full swing this week with a wave of new … Read more >
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What a difference a year makes. When Intel formed the New Devices Group, we were given a mandate to go off and investigate new opportunities and new devices that will help Intel grow its business and enable a new era … Read more
Computing just got a whole lot smaller and quieter — fanless, to be precise — with the new Intel® Core™ M processor. This new 14 nanometer processor pushes the envelope in thinner and lighter device designs! Wi-Fi connectivity also just … Read more >
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While multiple factors play in bringing missing children home the key in the search is the current photograph of the child. If the child went missing for quite some time it is possible that he/she might look different during the … Read more >
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Korea’s Flash (Lee Young Ho) handily defeated Korea’s Zest (Joo Sung Wook) in the StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm finals here at Fan Expo. With a score of 4 to 1 Flash showed the kind of dominance he was … Read more >
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By Carolyn Duran, PhD - Director, Supply Chain and Program Manager, Conflict-Free When our CEO Brian Krzanich delivered his CES keynote in Las Vegas back in January, I was one of thousands in the audience that heard him announce Intel’s achievement … Read more >
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Another IDF is right around the corner. Starting next Tuesday (Sep, 9th), we will be showing our latest research about Virtual Reality in the Extreme Zone on the 2nd floor of the Moscone Center. If you have been following the … Read more >
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Jimmy is a 3-D printed and open-source robot which in the Internet of Things (IoT) can be considered a Thing. Jimmy is a manifestation of what the future might look like when our lives are tightly interwoven with smart gadgets … Read more >
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Here we are at FanExpo in Toronto for the second stop of Intel Extreme Masters Season 9. This stop features the best of the best StarCraft II players competing for their share of the $25,000 prize purse with the winner … Read more >
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One of the great opportunities we have as Intel employees are DOT assignments. What is a DOT? Well, Intel has an internal tool called the Development Opportunity Tool, or DOT for short. It’s a place where managers can post temporary … Read more >
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We’ve come a long way, baby! A decade ago, the single core, Pentium 4 HT Extreme Edition was ground breaking. Fast-forward to today and Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme Edition is earth-shattering, boasting 8 cores/16 threads and 2.6 billion 22nm 3D … Read more > Read more
Today’s digital life is all about wireless connections. We increasingly depend on this wireless technology to connect our lives. Our cloud-based computing demands more from Wi-Fi connections than ever before. Yet, when was the last time you thought about the … Read more >
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Thin and light he is not. An adult male black rhinoceros can tip the scale—if you can coax him onto one—at 1.5 tons (1,400 kilograms). Now Intel’s super-tiny Intel® Quark SOC is being pressed into service in southern Africa to … Read more >
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In her keynote at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013, Intel Fellow Dr. Genevieve Bell laid out the common themes across seven billion mobile futures. This year at IDF, we will show you Intel’s foundational research to make future Intel … Read more >
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At the heart of the Internet of Things lies the convergence of computing and connectivity, where even the tiniest of everyday devices—or “things”—can have massive computing capability and intelligence though its connection to the cloud. Today, we commercially launched the … Read more >
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The end of August is here, and unfortunately that can only mean one thing: summer is finally coming to a close. With September around the corner, we’ve developed a short bucket list to help you maximize those last few summer … Read more >
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