How much of the $90 billion education technology market would you like to capture? Even a fraction of a percent adds up to meaningful revenue. And, now that everyone is back to school, any gaps that were left in the … Read more >
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Continuation from part 1: Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation Cyber criminals are always looking for victims and ways to exploit them. Stealing what is valuable is the goal. Cryptocurrencies hold tremendous wealth, but … Read more >
The post Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – Social Platforms are Next (Part 2) appeared first on Intel Software and Services.
All cryptocurrencies are a target for cybercriminals. Anywhere there is value, criminals, fraudsters, and charlatans will soon follow. It is the Willie Sutton principle. Willie, a famous bank robber in the 20’s-30’s, was asked why he robbed banks. He was … Read more >
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The power of simulation and why developers should consider it mandatory—A conversation with IoT expert Sangeeta Ghangam
Getting your system and software architecture right is very important to the success of a product. It is particularly important when the system you are building has a long expected life time. Internet-of-Things (IoT) edge analytics is such a system, … Read more >
Recently, some of our veteran project leaders took time out of their busy schedules to talk to us about what it’s like to work at Intel and why they have devoted their considerable talent to Intel. The first to speak … Read more >
Let us continue to use the hypothetical case study from the last article. “I just returned from Houston and my friend got a message on her cell phone that the power was out at her house, but that it … Read more >
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What makes the release of the 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor so exciting are the experiences that this processor upgrade can deliver. The way we communicate, work and play has evolved—with video being an increasingly important component. What we call the … Read more >
The post New 7th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor: Built for the Immersive Internet appeared first on Technology Provider.
By 2050, it’s estimated that 66% of the world population will live in urban areas. Meeting the demands of a growing urban population while reducing its environmental impact, improving public safety, and optimizing efficiency will require transformative technologies and concerted planning. … Read more >
Every once in a while, something interesting just pops out of the Simics* development labs here at Intel. As part of the usual course of development, cool stuff just happens to … well … happen. Here is a recent example … Read more >
By Bridget Karlin, Internet of Things Group Managing Director Understanding the challenges and opportunities facing the Internet of Things (IoT) is a key focus for the U.S. Department of Commerce, which today kicked off its inaugural Internet of Things workshop … Read more >
The post Intel Presents at Inaugural Commerce Department Workshop on IoT appeared first on Policy@Intel.
Interoperability is the key to the pervasive uses of smart infrastructure by everyone. In order to accelerate the use of solar technology and reduce costs, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) decided earlier this year to fund the creation of … Read more >
Where were you August 25, 1991? I can’t recall exactly where I was or what I was doing, but I can tell you that day has had a profound effect on my life and career. Twenty-five years ago today, Linus … Read more >
This post was written by Gabriela A. Gonzalez, Deputy Director for U.S. and Latin America, Intel’s Corporate Affairs Group Intel recognizes that more needs to be done to help close the gender gap in the tech industry, and we will see … Read more >
The post Women in Science (WiSci): An Effective Public-Private Partnership in Action appeared first on CSR@Intel.
Recently, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made a ruling for CBRS or the Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service in the 3.5 GHz band. This ruling opened up 150 MHz of much needed spectrum (3550-3700 MHz) for commercial use. While it … Read more >
Intel received recognition this week from Glassdoor.com in their Candidate’s Choice Award for Best Place to Interview. The list, composed of the 50 businesses with the best interview experience as rated by interview candidates themselves, included major names in a … Read more >
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There’s a famous quote that says, “Scientists dream about great things. Engineers do them.” As we accelerate towards a 5G world, where not just everyone, but every “thing” is enabled with seamless connectivity and massive computing power via the cloud … Read more >
The post 5G Development Gets Agile with Intel’s 2nd Generation Mobile Trial Platform appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Data breaches are commonplace and every organization who handles sensitive or private data should have a proper capability to respond to an incident. Many companies have a basis set of procedures, while others maintain a mature set of people and … Read more >
It’s finally here: Three solid days devoted to the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) at San Francisco’s Moscone Center Aug. 16-18. From amazing experiences in virtual reality, 5G, autonomous driving, and IoT (including IoT in space!), IDF16 is sure to be … Read more >
The post Here’s Your Quick Guide to All Things IoT at IDF16 appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Yesterday while at work, I received the joy of a phone phishing Tax Fraud voicemail. I saw the unknown number appear on my cell phone while in a meeting and did not answer. But a little present was left by … Read more >
In the race for deployment of smart grids, smart cities, and an all-things-smart infrastructure, it is not clear who is doing what and how you go about benchmarking or choosing who is doing best. But fear no more. More and … Read more >