During the course of any given week I will speak with a number of developers who are interested in creating innovative software apps for the burgeoning automotive market. Mostly, they share that they are looking for a robust development platform. … 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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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 >
We see them on the road every day: drivers who are talking on their phones, texting, eating, shaving, and even changing outfits. These drivers are partly the inspiration for some of the safety technology that is coming into vehicles. It’s … Read more >
The cars of the future are being developed today with capabilities and experiences that inform, connect, entertain and assist the driver and passengers like never before. To find out more about intelligent vehicles of the future, we caught up with … Read more >
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When it comes to buying a car, the days of kicking the tires or looking under the hood are gone. The in-vehicle experience is center stage, it’s time to look forward, and inside, to see how cloud computing will change … Read more >
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a key component to enabling Intel to answer the question, “How do we make everything smart?” The answer was a central theme in Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote at CES 2014 and Fireside Chat, … Read more >
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In case you missed the first and second segments of this series, we captured a great conversation with executives from Intel, McAfee, and Wind River, who are on the leading edge of IoT solutions development. In this final segment, Tom … Read more >
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Arizona State University recently published a report entitled Water Reuse in Central Arizona. Intel helped fund this report because our manufacturing facilities in Arizona reuse water, and we believe that water reuse is an important piece of the water sustainability puzzle … Read more >
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When you use VTune(TM) Amplifier XE’s user-mode sampling collector, e.g. Hotspots Collector to profile running MySQL server (attach-mode), you will meet unexpected result. See following… Read more
In my previous blog “what would you do with extra 40%…“, I mentioned about the Graphics core that Intel Researcher, James Tschanz’s team invented and are publishing at International Solid-State Circuits Conference 2014. Intel Labs is continuously innovating to … Read more >
One of the most intriguing stories to come across the news feeds recently is that of Dong Nguyen, the developer behind the runaway hit Flappy Bird. This immensely popular game, which was the number… Read more
By John Miller, director of Cybersecurity Policy for Intel Today is the anniversary date of the Executive Order President Obama signed last year to reduce cybersecurity risks to the nation’s critical infrastructure. Today also marks the release of a prominent component … Read more >
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By Alice Borrelli, director of Health Policy for Intel All of us in healthcare are united by the same goal: better care at a lower cost. The Health Affairs session, Early Evidence, Future Promise of Connected Health last week told … Read more >
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What do you use your smartphone, tablet, or Ultrabook for if you had enough battery life so that you don’t have to worry about recharging for extra 40 minutes? Maybe you’re a gamer, immersing yourself in 3D worlds and fast-paced … Read more >
Although football season has now sadly drawn to a close, there’s a lot of upcoming sports action to get excited about. But as March approaches, there’s really only one event that brings both casual and diehard sports fans together for … Read more >
For centuries we’ve relied on “one size fits all” generalizations to guide decisions. For example, I hear marketers today saying “the millennial generation loves sharing everything on social media.” Many do, but I certainly know some that don’t. “Children ages … Read more >
Dear passionate power management reader,
Doing an internet scan for material having to do with power management policy, my next blog series, I ran across a blog that I believe to be excellent. As… Read more
Intel has been diligently developing and further expanding its development tools offerings for the IoT space over the last year.
Intel® System Studio 2014 will be launched soon. This is the… Read more
Intel is all about doing great things. Our vision statement is audacious: “This decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.” We think big and we try to do … Read more >