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  • Intel presents the "Make it Wearable" challenge
    Intel presents the "Make it Wearable" challenge
    A wearable drone for taking selfies, a wearable monitor to check the health of your baby and wearable device that helps you improve your skiing. Are these the latest gadgets being developed by Microsoft, Google or Apple? No, these are just some of...
  • Intel RealSense
    Intel Developer Forum 2014 Recap
    (SAN FRANCISCO)-- Intel Developer Forum 2014 is in full swing in San Francisco starting 9/9/2014, three days of ideas, creations and opportunities for those seeking world-changing new technology. Mostly a developers conference, IDF also provides...
  • The Beauty Inside
    Identity is found within 'The Beauty Inside'
    "The Beauty Inside" is technically a six part internet series, but I believe it works best when watched in one sitting like you would a movie. It only runs about 40 minutes total so it's actually shorter than the average movie and...
  • Semiconductor revenue forecast
    Global semiconductor market growth forecasts
    Analysts at the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) and World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) forecast increased growth in 2014 and 2015, due to double-digit increases in monthly semiconductor microchip sales year-over-year. The global...
  • Tizen Developer Conference
    Tizen, "The OS of Everything"
    A smart TV capable of running Tizen OS was on display at the keynote of this year’s Tizen Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco. The third annual technical conference began on Tuesday June 2nd, 2014, a symposium for Tizen...
  • Our future is flying whales and dancing dollars
    Our future is flying whales and dancing dollars
    Ron Azuma of Intel was feeling more stress than he’d ever felt in his whole life. A respected pioneer in the field of augmented reality, Azuma was standing in the shadows of a large ballroom at a Las Vegas hotel last January waiting for his...
  • Pausch Bridge
    Bridging technology to art: New Carnegie Mellon University courses via Intel
    Randy Pausch, the late Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Computer Science professor who co-founded CMU's Entertainment Technology Center, connected science to art throughout his career as a teacher, researcher, writer, designer and dreamer. In...
  • Nexus 8 concept
    Nexus 8 tablet could debut Intel 64-bit processor for Android
    Next on Google’s agenda may be the release of an 8-inch tablet that could follow its second generation 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet. Adding to speculation about an upcoming tablet from the search engine giant, is the rumor ofIntel 64-bit hardware...
  • Intel
    Intel launches 64-bit Merrifield, Moorefield SoCs; claims faster than Apple A7
    Late as it is to the game, Intel continues to push its system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs for smartphones and tablets, and on Monday, at Mobile World Congress 2014, the company unveiled its next-generation Atom chips (viaLaptop Mag).These new chips...
  • Intel
    Verizon buys Intel's online TV service
    On Tuesday, Intel announced that it has reached an agreement with Verizon Wireless to allow the company to buy Intel's Intel Media service, which is "a business division dedicated to the development of Cloud TV products and services."...
  • Intel's OnCue
    Verizon purchases Intel's OnCue TV Service
    Verizon is acquiring the Intel Media division, both companies said in press release Tuesday morning. The deal includes the troubled OnCue TV service, which is a so-called "over-the-top" television service developed by Intel designed to...
  • Intel Smart Bowl
    Intel Smart Bowl turns heads at CES 2014
    Those who attended CES 2014 were expecting to catch a glimpse of the "blockbuster" gadgets. You know the ones with all the bells and whistles, huge screens, bright colors, fanfare and orchestras accompanying them. Well, as great as those...
  • CES 2014 Tech Titans open show in Las Vegas
    CES 2014 Tech Titans open show in Las Vegas
    LAS VEGAS, NV, January 7, 2014, Press Release from CES : The 2014 International CES® opens today as a record breaking show with more than 3,200 exhibitors across the largest show floor in history – more than two million net square feet...
  • Intel
    CES 2014: Intel confirms its CPUs will power dual OS Android / Windows devices
    As The Next Webreported on Tuesday, during Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's Monday night CES keynote, he confirmed something that was rumored last week: that Intel processors would be powering dual OS devices, those that run both Windows 8.1 and...
  • Asus Transformer Book Duet
    CES 2014: Asus Transformer Book Duet is the world's first 4-in-1 device
    Asus beat Intel to the punch on Monday night, although the company is using an Intel Haswell processor. The CPU powers Asus' Transformer Book Duet TD300, which Asus CEO Johnny Shih called,via The Verge, the world's first four-in-one device...