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2017
October
03,
2017
| 07:36 PM America/Los_Angeles
Paul Otellini, the former CEO of Intel, the world’s second largest chipmaker, died in his sleep the company announced Tuesday - he was ten days shy of 67 years old. His retirement from Intel in May 2013 capped nearly 40 years working at Intel....
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2016
June
27,
2016
| 03:25 PM America/Los_Angeles
Visionary Awards: Craig Barrett, center with Tim O’Reilly and Jane Evans-Ryan, Genuity. This year’s Silicon Valley Forum Visionary Awards featured a tribute to the late Andy Grove, the legendary leader of Intel, who helped build the company into the ...
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March
22,
2016
| 12:31 PM America/Los_Angeles
1978: Andy Grove, left, with Intel colleagues Robert Noyce (center) and Gordon Moore.Intel yesterday announced that Andrew Grove, its former CEO and Chairman, had died aged 79.Present at Intel’s 1968 founding with Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, Andy ...
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2015
September
30,
2015
| 04:49 PM America/Los_Angeles
From left: Saleem Janmohamed, Accenture; Andy Grove, Ben Horowitz and Geoffrey Moore, M.C.Andy Grove was a founder, CEO and Chairman of Intel during a long career that saw the Silicon Valley firm grow to become the world's largest chip maker.Andy Gro...
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September
15,
2015
| 05:16 PM America/Los_Angeles
A report from Intel Free Press on the challenges in developing communications technologies for deaf people... By Intel Free Press Adam Munder, a lithography process engineer at Intel, has been 100 percent deaf since he was 1 year old. He doesn't read...
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August
18,
2015
| 06:30 PM America/Los_Angeles
Clint Zeagler, co-curator and co-designer of the “On You: A Story of Wearable Computing” show at the Computer History Museum.By Intel Free PressWhile wearables may be the latest rising trend, the concept of technology that can be worn on one’s body h...
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July
29,
2015
| 01:47 PM America/Los_Angeles
We will all be using a new type of memory chip soon reports Intel Free Press, thanks to the fruits of a partnership between Intel and Micron.By Intel Free PressAfter years of research by Intel and Micron Technology, the first new memory technology in...
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July
21,
2015
| 03:08 PM America/Los_Angeles
Above, modeling uncertainty in human-robot interaction at UC Berkeley.The good news is that humans will still be needed in the factory of the future; the bad news is that humans will still be needed in the factory of the future. A report from Intel F...
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July
06,
2015
| 11:23 AM America/Los_Angeles
The world's largest chipmaker sees massive opportunities in IoT. Intel Free Press interviews Rose Schooler, head of Intel's Internet of Things Group.By Intel Free PressWith the chance to connect “sensors to the cloud in every industry on the planet,”...
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June
23,
2015
| 10:22 AM America/Los_Angeles
Technology moves fast and today's tech products become outdated faster than the seasons change and are thrown out. Hoarders (such as Freda Clark, above) are unconscious archivists of our digital age and are now sitting on some iconic treasures. Here'...
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June
10,
2015
| 03:05 PM America/Los_Angeles
The chip industry is governed by 'Moore's Law" and it has been an incredible innovation platform delivering ever cheaper digital devices. Intel Free Press takes a look at the original article in the original magazine...By Intel Free PressAmid all the...
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May
19,
2015
| 11:58 PM America/Los_Angeles
Above, Lindsay VanDriel and Qua Veda are the co-founders of Awake@IntelMeditation boosts productivity so when it comes to expensive tech workers the gains are very valuable. And so are the lower healthcare costs. By Intel Free PressWhat started as a ...
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April
15,
2015
| 02:12 PM America/Los_Angeles
Intel Free Press reports on moves to harness smartphone sensors to help apps better personalize their services based on context...By Intel Free PressThe 2013 film “Her” featured an operating system that could personalize itself to the user to the ext...
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April
07,
2015
| 04:28 PM America/Los_Angeles
Intel Free Press reports that wireless power could become the best way to supply energy to billions of connected devices. If a solution is not found then IoT won't happen...By Intel Free Press With 25 billion connected Internet of Things (IoT) device...
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March
31,
2015
| 05:25 PM America/Los_Angeles
Intel Free Press writes about a discrete Intel project aimed at Millennials that is having problems reaching millennials because it looks too much like a children's app...[Advice to Intel: If an app flops it never gets a second chance — keep the unde...
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March
16,
2015
| 04:47 PM America/Los_Angeles
Michael Sheehan and Marcus Yam from Intel Free Press show their smart watches at IDF 14. Intel Free Press has noticed that square designs are becoming too square and the world is moving to rounded shapes for its wearables and other gizmos... (Why can...
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February
23,
2015
| 06:09 PM America/Los_Angeles
The writers at Intel Free Press have prepared a fascinating profile of Ramune Nagisetty, one of Intel's top engineers. She's developing wearables with abilities for emotional communications. [It's designed not just for men.] By Intel Free PressRamune...
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February
19,
2015
| 02:20 PM America/Los_Angeles
We now have Barbie dolls connected to the Internet and new types of"smart" toys being introduced. The writers at Intel Free Press recall the time when Intel wanted to be in the toy business. By Intel Free PressIn the late 1990s Intel and Mattel forge...
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February
10,
2015
| 03:38 PM America/Los_Angeles
The following article is by Intel Free Press - a small team of writers working at Intel.By Intel Free PressRiding a motorcycle is an amazingly freeing experience. The strong connection the rider has to the road is due to the minimal barriers between ...
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January
12,
2015
| 05:14 PM America/Los_Angeles
Intel Free Press takes a look at some of the oddest tech from the past six years at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.By Intel Free PressEvery year at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we all get to see and hear...
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January
05,
2015
| 05:49 PM America/Los_Angeles
Near field communications chips (NFC) are used to create a smarter active stylus and make possible novel applications.By Intel Free PressIntel engineers are working to develop a next-generation active stylus, one that eliminates the need for a batter...
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2014
December
18,
2014
| 04:43 PM America/Los_Angeles
By Intel Free PressThe word "drone" often conjures up images of autonomous, militarized technology. But in the context of small aircraft with multiple rotors that you often see carrying cameras, drones are more accurately associated with hobbyist spo...
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December
02,
2014
| 03:04 PM America/Los_Angeles
Flush with the success of a pilot program at its Silicon Valley HQ, Intel is rolling out digital restrooms across 22 campuses globally. From overflowing toilets to empty towel dispensers to faulty faucet motion sensors, Intel employees can now swipe ...
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November
12,
2014
| 06:59 PM America/Los_Angeles
Intel Free Press writers Michael Sheehan and Marcus Yam show their smart watches at IDF 2014.By Intel Free PressThinking of gliding through airport security wearing your new FitBit, Android Wear watch or soon, your Apple Watch? Think again.New wearab...
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November
04,
2014
| 06:48 PM America/Los_Angeles
Intel's engineers have been working with students helping them adapt the tiny Intel Edison microcomputer to control satellites the size of a soda can. Above, a Can-Sat launch by Magnitude.io.By Intel Free PressMagnitude.io, a project-based education ...
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October
20,
2014
| 11:02 PM America/Los_Angeles
Was journalist Michael Hasting's car hacked? By Intel Free PressIntel Research Scientists Hack Slot Cars to Illustrate Vulnerabilities and Security of IoT Hardware.You're driving through downtown, heading to a new hot spot as your Internet-connected ...
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October
15,
2014
| 12:48 PM America/Los_Angeles
By Intel Free PressAt events and trade shows like International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), exhibitors often have to bring in booth materials that require giant moving trucks. The cost to transport demo materials -- sometimes across thousands of...
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September
29,
2014
| 01:11 PM America/Los_Angeles
By Intel Free PressThis is the life of professional video gamers: They train for hours each day, score lucrative endorsement deals, and get flown all over the world to compete in front of fans - sometimes at sold out venues - for big cash prizes.Top ...
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September
22,
2014
| 03:48 PM America/Los_Angeles
From 1995.By Intel Free PressA couple of decades before the Pebble Watch, the Samsung Gear, the Sony Smartwatch, the i’m Watch, the Moto 360 or the LG G Watch were a couple of other time pieces worn on the wrist and produced by two Silicon Valley nat...
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September
15,
2014
| 02:36 PM America/Los_Angeles
Greg Leeming is the director of the Intel Technology Science Center for Visual Computing at the University of Washington.By Intel Free PressHave you ever wondered what you'll look like in 10, 20 years? The University of Washington and Intel Labs has ...
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