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Intel Trashes Tablets, Then Announces Android Ported to Atom Chips

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Apple sold over 500,000 iPads in its first week, but that trend doesn't have execs at Intel convinced that the iPad is at all ushering in a new era of tablet computing. Speaking to the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing, David Perlmutter, co-general manager of Intel's Architecture Group, seemed a...
Intel Trashes Tablets, Then Announces Android Ported to Atom Chips

Boot up: Intel v big data, wearable and health, Apple on tax, Google Island and more

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Plus Dell blames Windows 8 (again), Jolla hopes with Sailfish, southeast Asia's smartphone growth, and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamIntel's data economy initiative aims to help people capture the value of personal data >> MIT Technology ReviewIntel is a...
Boot up: Intel v big data, wearable and health, Apple on tax, Google Island and more
Microchips: Intel Wants to Put a Supercomputer in Your Pocket

Intel Wants You To Fall In Love With Tech (Again)

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Not too many people get excited by microprocessors, and that's a problem for Intel. "The customer in general isn't just interested in buying technology," says Justin Rattner, Corporate VP and Head of Intel Labs, sounding a bit more like Steve Jobs than Andy Grove. They want a solution to their...
Intel Wants You To Fall In Love With Tech (Again)

IxDA Interaction12 Preview: A Conversation with Luke Denman, Intel Labs

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In anticipation of the upcoming IxDA Interaction12 Conference taking place in Dublin, Ireland February 1-4, Core77 will be bringing you a preview of this year's event. Follow us as we chat with keynote speakers, presenters and workshop leaders to give you a sneak peek at some of the ideas...
IxDA Interaction12 Preview: A Conversation with Luke Denman, Intel Labs

The Future of Cyber Security May Be in the Palms of Our Hands

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He’s not holding a hatchet yet. (Image Devdsp on Flickr Hackers’ exploits in the last couple of years have begun to reveal the frailty of the password protection system. With that in mind, Intel Labs has developed a biometric device and software that could essentially turn the patterns of veins...
The Future of Cyber Security May Be in the Palms of Our Hands

Intel researchers put WiFi inside--the processor, that is

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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner unveiled a pair of technologies coming out of Intel Labs that will overcome many of the size and power limits that have stood in the way of integrating radio technology more tightly with computers and other...
Intel researchers put WiFi inside--the processor, that is

Intel: The iPad Isn’t New, and This Isn’t Our First Rodeo

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While the iPad fervor has died down to a certain extent (and the shine has started to come off the Apple), from time to time you can see the religious nature of people’s iPad evangelism come out. Take for instance, today, a throwaway article that showed up today Computerworld:...
Intel: The iPad Isn’t New, and This Isn’t Our First Rodeo

Engineers Struggle to Move Mobile Video Without Ruining It

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Intel, Cisco and Verizon are pouring $3.3 million into research at five prominent Universities to improve video delivery over wireless networks. The first goal of the Video Aware Wireless Networks (VAWN) program? Find a good way to measure mobile video quality. Understanding Video Quality As consumers watch ever increasing amounts of...
Engineers Struggle to Move Mobile Video Without Ruining It
Intel's Smart Connect updates your laptop while its sleeping.

ReConstitution 2012 Visualizes Hidden Meaning In The Presidential Debates, Using Obama And Romney's Own Words

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The victories and losses of presidential debates aren't determined by refined, data-driven science. Rather, they're heavily swayed by commentary from media pundits and political analysts who make it difficult to assess each candidate's presentation with an objective eye. So to coincide with tonight's second presidential debate of the season, Boston-based...
ReConstitution 2012 Visualizes Hidden Meaning In The Presidential Debates, Using Obama And Romney's Own Words

The 25 Most Powerful Women Engineers In Tech

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When a pregnant Marissa Meyer took over as Yahoo's CEO last year, the tech industry seemed to enter a new era: the end of the glass ceiling. But the truth is, there's still an alarming shortage of women becoming engineers, particularly software engineers. For instance, less than 12 percent of...
The 25 Most Powerful Women Engineers In Tech

With push for data democratization, Intel tries to play both sides of the big data debate

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Intel has been taking steps in recent months to promote the democratization of consumer data — the idea that consumers should be able to check out the information that companies are collecting on them — even though it might not be immediately obvious how the chip maker could generate revenue...
With push for data democratization, Intel tries to play both sides of the big data debate

Intel's CTO Justin Rattner stepping down

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Intel's CTO and director of its labs Justin Rattner is stepping down to meet a requirement under the company's bylaws that employees cannot serve as corporate officers after the age of 65.Rattner will, however, return to Intel at a later date in an as yet undetermined role after taking...
Intel's CTO Justin Rattner stepping down

From inside Intel Labs: using sensors, data, and LEDs to make cities better

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Intel’s blue sky research group Intel Labs is tinkering with public sensors, big data and algorithms to create experimental ways to track environmental conditions in cities. During Intel Lab’s annual show-and-tell in San Francisco last week, Intel showed off some of these futuristic concepts. Here’s three ways that Intel Labs...
From inside Intel Labs: using sensors, data, and LEDs to make cities better
How Intel Labs is using data to curb energy use

Tracking Your Every Movement — and Sharing It With Others

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How much do people want to share with their social circle? The Intel device uses animated avatars to show users what their friends are doing. Researchers at Intel Labs believe people might eventually share almost everything they are doing — as long as it’s within a very small group. At...
Tracking Your Every Movement — and Sharing It With Others
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