In celebration of California’s Water Awareness Month, the latest episode of Mobile Insights Radio highlights the importance of bringing safe and clean drinking water to people in developing nations, using mobile technology. According to the ONE campaign, every 20 seconds, a … Read more
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Interesting coincidence. As I opened my mail this morning to begin writing this blog post, a headline that jumped out from the inbox was “20 Years of Eco-Surveys Show Americans Know More, Feel Less Empowered”*. This caught my attention since … Read more
IDF tends to generate excitement among interviewing graduate students (all the fascinating new technologies discussed at IDF ranging from in-vehicle infotainment, through common connected computing and cloud computing, and to such “green” concepts as smart grid, provides great motivation for interviewing at … Read more
For a big Christmas gift for my family I decided to install a home theatre in our attic, which I recently finished. I was anxious to try out Intel’s latest Core i5 processor with integrated graphics to play Blu-ray movies. … Read more
Ultrawide-band vs. Bluetooth; Betamax vs. VHS; Blu-Ray vs. HD-DVD. All are examples of classic format battles that have resulted in one winner dominating in their respective industries. Recent coverage and a few sensational comments suggest that the next battle in … Read more
NPR’s Digital Culture Consultant, Laura Sydell, went for a ride in a GM Suburban hooked up with a WiMAX connection. Listen to her experience with broadband on the go.
I have already blogged about gaming on Intel integrated graphics, but what about video? For some reason there is still doubt out there in computerland that an integrated graphics chipset can output high definition video in all its full 1080P … Read more