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Widgets to Wickets: Cricket Tech Immerses Fans in the Game

A sport steeped in tradition gets a tech infusion, as real-time data helps analyze the action. Lore has it that English shepherds in the 16th century swung their staffs, called criccs, like bats and the game of cricket was born. It has grown into a sport of intense strategy, technique and athletic skill, and today cricket … Continued

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Frieda’s Makes Produce a Family Affair

When Karen Caplan took over the family produce business, she followed in her mother’s footsteps, never dissuaded by the fact that no one had ever heard of a sunchoke. Frieda’s Specialty Produce occupies a massive two-story building in Los Alamitos, Calif., just 20 miles south of Los Angeles. The office and test kitchen take up … Continued

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Advancing Precision Medicine, Promoting Better Patient Outcomes

The U.S. is making exciting strides in precision medicine. Yesterday, Intel and the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT announced revolutionary developments advancing the use of high-performance computing for genomics analytics that will accelerate precision medicine. Together we have created … Read more >

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Jigger No More: Cocktail Tech Mixes the Perfect Drink

Budding mixologists no longer have to measure, muddle, shake or stir the perfect cocktail. New mixology technology helps hosts serve premium cocktails on demand. Press a button for a perfectly concocted margarita or mint julep — it’s time to celebrate the future of cocktail technology. New tech gadgets — from single-serve mixed drink machines to … Continued

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Running on High Octane with Intel® Optane™

People like fast things: cars, food, and maybe mostly, fast computers. Intel® Optane™ is revolutionary, new memory technology that drastically improves system performance, to enable faster application launch times, and has built-in intelligence that automatically adjusts to users’ behaviors—making PCs … Read more >

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Got Game? Retailers Play It Big with Gamification

In the never-ending race for consumer attention, retail brands are adding games to their marketing strategies. On a cloudy Tuesday in March, half a dozen passersby gathered at the windows of Ted Baker’s flagship clothing store in London’s Mayfair neighborhood. “Hello, Nosey Neighbor!” a sign in the window reads, while a family of mannequins model the … Continued

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How the Next Generation is Building Artificial Intelligence

Teen scientists use machine learning and neural networks to detect and diagnose diseases, track space debris, design drones and justify conclusions at Intel ISEF 2017. While sentient computer beings like HAL from the classic 2001: A Space Odyssey or Samantha from the 2013 film Her may still be on the distant horizon, some forms of … Continued

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IPC Gives Film Students the Answer to “What’s Next?”

Top film students gain brand storytelling experience with internships at Intel Production Corps. Many students graduate from film school with a pocketful of student loans wondering, “What do I do now?” Meriam Braanaas, a 26-year-old Norwegian national who received a master’s degree in film production at the University of Southern California’s (USC) School of Cinematic … Continued

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Teen’s “Flying Wing” Aircraft Wins Global Science Fair

Germany’s Ivo Zell won the top prize at Intel ISEF 2017 for his “flying wing” aircraft, while runners-up awards honored a neural network that tracks space debris and a laser-based wireless network. Five years ago in Lorch, Germany, then 13-year-old Ivo Zell got hooked on model planes. Intrigued by aeronautical design, he read everything he could … Continued

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Getting Fit in Virtual Reality

Both hardcore gamers and fitness enthusiasts reap the cardio benefits of working out in virtual reality. A funny thing happened when hardcore gamers started playing games in virtual reality (VR): they broke a sweat. While jumping, hitting and dodging imaginary opponents, players inadvertently got a workout. Exercising without intending to exercise is an unexpected but … Continued

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Building a Better World is Our Business: Intel’s 2016 CSR Report

Today, we released Intel’s 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report, a comprehensive review of our approach to corporate responsibility and  performance in key areas including environmental sustainability, supply chain responsibility, diversity and inclusion, and social impact. As you’ll see in the report, we made … Read more >

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VR Entrepreneurs Rethink Real Estate, Retail and Education

VR entrepreneurs open doors for real estate, retail and education leaders to offer immersive, interactive digital experiences. On paper, architect Ignacio Rodriguez designed a gorgeous Hollywood Hills home, but the potential owner couldn’t envision how the multi-million dollar abode would look after it was built. Rather than hitting the drawing board, Rodriguez turned to his … Continued

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Altitude Seven Helps Women Climb to New Heights

For Georgina Miranda, building a small business is like climbing a mountain — following switchbacks and taking one step at a time. Georgina Miranda is petite and soft spoken, well dressed and an urbanite. But beneath her quiet demeanor lives a relentless, adventure-seeking beast. Chugging oxygen from thin air, pushing through indescribable chafing and blisters … Continued

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Why Intel Filed an Amicus Brief in Support of the FTC’s Complaint Against Qualcomm

Intel has long been one of the world’s leading technology innovators. Over the past decade, Intel has invested billions in developing next-generation technologies that will improve the performance and functionality of modern smartphones and cellular communications. Intel is ready, willing, … Read more >

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