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VR Draws Gaming Crowd to Australian Nightlife

VR games create new possibilities for social interaction in a popular Australian nightclub, introducing gaming crowds to mobile-to-VR technology. At Reload Bar & Games in Canberra, Australia, patrons are greeted with the scent of bubble gum, flowing from a fog machine. The bar owners chose the sweet smell to complement the laser beams crisscrossing the club in … Continued

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Auto, Tech and Telecom Leaders Align to Advance Cellular Technology for Vehicle Safety

To mandate or not to mandate?  That is the question facing the US Department of Transportation (USDOT), as public Comments were filed yesterday in response to its December 2016 proposal to mandate a specific technology that cars must use to … Read more >

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5G Set To Transform the Future of Gaming

From lag-free eSports to the next generation of AR games to using the cloud for VR gaming, 5G networks bring new possibilities to gaming over the next decade. In the popular computer game Dota 2, one-tenth of a second can be a make-or-break moment for eSports teams. That’s why on the eve of the biggest qualifier … Continued

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Healthcare Breaches: Quick Detection and Remediation

Cybersecurity is a major concern for health and life sciences organizations globally. While compliance is important, with the cost of a data breach now at $355 (USD from Ponemon 2016 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis) per patient record, and ransomware infections causing severe disruption of healthcare, avoiding breaches and ransomware are now top …continue reading Healthcare Breaches: Quick Detection and Remediation

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Green Modders: Can Custom PCs Reduce Electronic Waste?

PC modding goes green as custom builders entice consumers to buy tech works of art instead of disposable electronics. The sound of LEGO bricks snapping together is now just white noise for PC builder Mike Schropp, who uses thousands of the plastic pieces to encase his custom-built, eco-friendly PCs. Schropp’s custom computers are designed to … Continued

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A Message from Leslie Culbertson: New Leadership in Global Diversity and Inclusion and Business Human Resources

At Intel, we have a long and rich history of leadership in diversity and inclusion.  I am proud to work for a company that treats diversity as a driver of innovation and leads by example through setting goals and sharing … Read more >

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Bug Tech Helps in Understanding the Fear of Insects

A research fellow uses bug tech tools to explore how the fear of insects keeps people from appreciating the environmental value of these six-legged critters. Jessa Thurman is often off the beaten path, exploring jungles, rainforests and peat swamps across Australia and Southeast Asia in search of beetles, mantises and all manner of exotic wasps, … Continued

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Giant Drone Racing May Be Next Big Spectator Sport

Drone racers are evolving the sport using bigger, more powerful drones that could have implications for the future of commercial drone use. Drone racing is becoming a mainstream sport, but many racers are making it bigger and better. Racing small, bee-like buzzing drones around obstacle courses is exhilarating, but a growing number of pilots are … Continued

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Simulating a Different Birth of the Moon

Planetary scientists in Israel are using linked computers to unravel the secrets of how the moon formed. Earth’s moon is special. At 2,000 miles across,  it’s the largest moon in the solar system compared to the planet it orbits. But questions about the birth of the moon have always been a topic of contention among planetary scientists. … Continued

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Intel after McAfee: Hardware-enabled security to address increasing cyber threats

We’ve all read the recent headlines and seen the alarming statistics. According to Cybersecurity Ventures cybercrime damages will cost the world more than $6 trillion by 2021. Cyber identity theft is also on the rise: The biggest online data breach … Read more >

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Intel SMB Server Blocks: Pre-Configured Building Blocks

In today’s digitally-driven economy, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) require technology solutions that deliver enterprise-class performance. These customers need technology solutions that are cost effective, simple to manage and can scale with them as they grow. SMB Server Blocks from … Read more >

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Intel files amicus brief in WiFi-One vs Broadcom case in support of post-grant patent review

A well-functioning patent system that issues high-quality patents is critical to incentivize inventors to bring forward truly worthwhile innovations. At the same time, it is also critical to have an efficient post-grant review available as an alternative to expensive and … Read more >

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Intel Manufacturing: Driving the Future of Moore’s Law and American Innovation

By Peter Cleveland, Vice President of the Global Policy Group at Intel Manufacturing is at the heart of what we do at Intel. We’re the largest and most technologically advanced semiconductor manufacturer in the world, and Intel plays a critical … Read more >

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VR and Immersive Tech Help Tell Great Stories

Innovative companies use virtual reality, 360-degree video, augmented reality and other immersive technologies to create interactive worlds that pull audiences into the story. At the New York Hall of Science, children learn about sustainability in a whole new way. Forget the snooze-worthy films and the don’t-touch glass display cases of yesteryear. Today’s tech-savvy youth can … Continued

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