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What you need to know about the second release of the Intel® 7th Gen Core™ processor family (Kaby Lake).

In short, 7th gen delivers more of what makes PCs great. While older PCs certainly still function fine, many are not able to fully take advantage of the new technologies that dominate users’ work time and play time, alike. In … Read more >

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Anti-Poaching Technology Protects Animals in Africa

With elephant and rhino populations in rapid decline, conservationists and tech companies are working together to bring sophisticated anti-poaching technology to the savanna. After the heat of day passes and night falls on the African savanna, animals come out to roam. So, too, do the poachers who hunt them, some armed with snares and machetes, … Continued

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Will Robotics Save the Manufacturing Industry?

Experts explain how robotics and Industry 4.0 will reshape U.S. factories, the manufacturing workforce, and the way that companies do business. GM installed the first industrial robot on their factory floor in 1961. Ever since then, manufacturers have benefitted from the use of these mechanical workers that do not get tired, do not get injured, … Continued

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Personal Communities: An Essential Part of Connecting to the Power of Intel’s Culture of Diversity

Black History Month is a time to come together and celebrate the achievements of Black Americans and the contributions Blacks have made to our country.  For me, Black History Month is also a time to come together as a community, … Read more >

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The Importance of Intel’s x86 Intellectual Property

By Steven Rodgers, Executive Vice President and General Counsel Intel co-founder Robert Noyce famously said “innovation is everything.”  Every day, tens of thousands of Intel scientists, engineers and others work to keep Noyce’s vision true.  Beginning with Intel’s release of … Read more >

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My Automaker is a 3D Printer

How the rapid expansion of 3D printing capabilities is changing the way cars are designed and manufactured. Before offering tinted windows and fancy rims, automakers gave buyers few ways to customize a new car. But now that’s changing. According to auto industry experts and researchers, computer simulation and 3D printing technologies could significantly change the … Continued

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Intel files “Friend of the Court” Brief at the United States Supreme Court in the patent case, Impression Products, Inc. vs. Lexmark International, Inc.

On January 24, 2017, Intel filed an amicus brief  at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the patent exhaustion doctrine in Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc., requesting that the Supreme Court reverse the lower court’s decision.  The doctrine holds … Read more >

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Software Compilers in Gdansk, Poland talk about what it’s really like working with Intel SSG.

When you talk to people about Intel, you might think of computer processors, data centers, or maybe those commercials with the workers in the white clean-suits, but did you also know that Intel is one of the biggest software vendors … Read more >

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How Hardware-Hacking Musicians Turn Tech into a Symphony

The new electronic music trend is driven by tinkerers who turn computer hardware into handmade instruments. Nick Demopoulos sat in the living room of his Brooklyn apartment, concerned about lead poisoning. He was assembling a custom-built musical instrument from circuit boards and various electronic components, and had been breathing in metallic solder fumes for several … Continued

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Building Trust in Autonomous Vehicles: Active Safety Systems Must Converge with In-Vehicle Infotainment

This is the third in a series of blog posts based on Intel research into human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for automated driving. Read the first and second in this series. In my previous articles, I’ve written about why it’s so important … Read more >

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New Wine Technology Helps Prevent Sour Grapes

It gets harder to buy a bad bottle of wine as new tech tools help farmers fine tune vineyards and produce more high-quality grapes than ever before. Humans didn’t invent wine. “We discovered it,” said Rod Phillips, a Carleton University professor and author of Alcohol: A History. “It’s likely early humans regularly ate fruit that fell … Continued

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Future of Farming and Technology Grow Together

In the Salad Bowl, Silicon Prairie and other top producing farmlands of the world, attention is turning to technology and education to bring agriculture into the Digital Age. California’s first tech pioneers didn’t innovate in a garage. They worked out of a barn. These early risk-takers aggressively developed effective farming tools in the 1800s, turning California into an … Continued

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Flying for Good: Drones Save People and the Planet

Researchers are turning to drones — flying robots with sensors — to help solve serious challenges. In October 1991, a grass fire outside Berkeley, CA erupted into a 5-acre blaze. At first, damage seemed minimal, but the next morning strong winds rekindled flames. The inferno drove southwest, carving a massive swath across suburbs and highways. … Continued

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Bike Tech: Gadgets for Cyclists

From trendy outerwear to stereo systems, the latest bike tech helps keep cyclists stylish, happy and safe on the road. Let’s face it; cyclists are often gear snobs — and rightly so. Safety, visibility and weather-appropriate gear is essential. Because cyclists don’t need a lot of equipment, they tend to get the best equipment — whether it’s … Continued

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Digital Retail Experiences Help Brick-and-Mortar Stores Stay Relevant

The new retail frontier is all about seamless physical and digital experiences that are personalized, so shoppers find what they want, when and where they want it. In a world where consumers can purchase anything from shoes to stereos online, have drone-delivered packages, buy bananas at 7-Eleven and asparagus at Walmart, retailers of all stripes … Continued

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