A critical component for making the Internet of Things real are intelligent devices connected to each other and the cloud that share data and allow for end-to-end analytics. An ever increasing number of these devices are being connected wirelessly putting … Read more >
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Many enterprises are deploying mobile technology to improve productivity. But the task of integrating mobile technology into existing enterprise processes can be daunting. I spoke on a panel at the Open Mobile Summit last week discussing how mobile technology contributes … Read more >
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Automakers put a lot of time and effort into delivering a reliable driving experience. They’re making tradeoffs in time-to-market to deliver the innovation and level of quality that we’ve come to expect, especially in the area of in-vehicle computing, given … Read more >
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The first ever Intel Mobile computing curriculum workshop was successfully held in Intel Shanghai Zizhu site, with 30 attendees in total! It fully trained the 5 first engaged universities (Tsinghua… Read more
If you are looking at your Event Log and you are seeing this message repeated thousands of times you would naturally become concerned. Your next step might be to try… Read more
Right next to where I sit at Intel sits Rick Edgecombe who now works full time on the Mesh Agent for Android. Last week he released a new version of the Mesh Agent on the Google Play store with many… Read more
One of the most surprising moments of my talk at QCon San Francisco last week was when I asked the audience who is ‘doing’ service oriented architecture inside their Enterprise. Everyone raised their hand, or nearly everyone. There was no … Read more >
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I have a dog with very picky eating habits. He also has some pretty severe skin allergies that will flare up if he gets food with the “wrong” ingredients in it. On a recommendation from a friend who… Read more
It’s no secret that FlightTrack—from the geniuses at Mobiata @mobiata—is my all-time favorite travel app. And, with the generally stressful “Holiday Travel Planning” season fast approaching, when I had the chance to interview Reed Martin, Director of Design and UX … Read more >
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Just a quick note to say thank you to people who showed up at my presentation last week at Amazon Re:Invent in Las Vegas, I had a great time. I attended a bunch of sessions on Amazon AWS and will see… Read more
We taught a one day tutorial at Supercomputing 2013 (in Denver) on Sunday November 17, 2013 based on the principles in the book. The presentation material we used is available here. Also, now during… Read more
Tablet Fun Plus Sleek Desktop Computer When you’re shopping for a new PC or tablet, you have a new choice you might consider: portable all-in-one computers. AIOs offer tablet fun with productive desktop capabilities in the one device. Below are … Read more >
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This blog was posted on behalf of Katia Goldmuntz, a localization project manager at Intel who coordinates software translations in more than 25 languages. Born in Belgium, she grew up speaking French and Italian while studying Dutch and English. Does … Read more >
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Today, Neelie Kroes the Commissioner responsible for Europe’s Digital Agenda joined one of our training sessions on online safety at a secondary school in Brussels. Intel and McAfee have a well-established volunteer training programme under which our employees provide in-school … Read more >
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Getting an app developed is just the first step in a long journey. One of the more daunting problems facing developers is user engagement; basically, how to get users to install apps and keep them… Read more
In a world where a growing number of objects are connecting to the Internet of Things (IoT), it’s hardly a surprise that the automotive industry is buzzing about the “connected, intelligent vehicle.” The car is the next big device and … Read more >
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When searching for a good, clean working example other than perhaps writing out a “Hello World” string to the console in Netwide Assembler (NASM) for standard x86 architecture… I’ve found only a… Read more
Gopi Krishnan is a Senior process Engineer at Intel. In this role he is part of the team that develops the assembly process technology for Intel’s next generation products. His other interest lies in understanding and connecting Intel employee’s diverse … Read more >
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The past year has seen a flurry of Thunderbolt™ related activity. Already present on every current Apple Mac*, Thunderbolt has continued to grow within PC circles. And the Thunderbolt ecosystem responded, with over 100 Thunderbolt devices now shipping and available, … Read more >
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