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Intel’s new “Easy Migration” Moves Your Stuff Onto a Chromebook

Chromebook: If you got an Intel Chromebook for the holidays, Intel created a tool to move your contacts, photos, files and bookmarks into your Gmail account. Read more...

U.S. to share North Korea intel with South Korea, Japan

The U.S. will sign a joint intelligence-sharing pact with South Korea and Japan next week, officials told The Associated Press on Friday. The U.S. already swaps intelligence with both nations, but under the new agreement, South Korea and Japan would be able to share information on North Korea's nuclear and missile programs via the U.S. Show More Summary

Bob Kerrey: Congress’ failed intel oversight

The public debate that erupted following the release of Senate Democrats’ torture report focused entirely on the behavior...

1 Reason that Apple Inc.'s Retina MacBook Air Might Already Be Outdated

A look at what Apple might be doing about Intel's sped up processor release cadence.

Tech Today: Google Streams ‘The Interview,’ Cheers for Intel, CAMP Plunges

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: The Nasdaq Composite Index is up 0.4% at 4,785.03 in today’s amended trading session, with U.S. markets closing at 1 pm. Happy holidays everyone. In the ongoing fallout of Sony’s (SNE) decision to withdraw the satyrical film “The Interview” from theaters, after threats [...]

Tech Today: Sony Reaches the Small Screen, Cheers for Intel, CAMP Plunges

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: The Nasdaq Composite Index is up 0.4% at 4,785.03 in today’s amended trading session, with U.S. markets closing at 1 pm. Happy holidays everyone. In the ongoing fallout of Sony’s (SNE) decision to withdraw the satyrical film “The Interview” from theaters, after threats [...]

Intel Moves to Storm IOT Market

Intel had a coming out party for their Internet of Things effort last week.  They are one of the few vendors in the space that seem to understand that you need to start with a Gateway/Hub in order to automate and secure the results.   Why? The individual devices will be incredibly hard to secure individually Continue reading ?

U.S. Attorney in Illinois: We’ve Gotten Intel ISIS Reaching Out to Ferguson Criminals

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

The U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Illinois said he's received intel showing that ISIS is actively reaching out to criminals in Ferguson.

3D-printed robotic spider dress keeps creeps at bay

Silk? Meh. Taffeta? Blergh. When it came time to craft her latest dress, Dutch artist Anouk Wipprecht instead turned to 3D printing and one of Intel's teensy Edison modules for something truly special. The end result? A "spider" dress that leaps to d...

Stupid Costly Patent Nuclear War By Microsoft & Apple Against Android Averted

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We've written a few times about Rockstar Consotrium, a giant patent troll that was created when Microsoft and Apple (and a few others) teamed up to outbid Google, Intel (and a few others) in buying thousands of Nortel patents. Nortel...Show More Summary

Reimagining Healthcare Through Wearable Tech And Collaboration

Tech giants are making early moves to partner as they see business opportunities emerge in the digital healthcare market. Earlier in December, we learned that Intel will replace Texas Instruments as the provider of chips for Google Glass. Show More Summary

13 Year-Old Invents Braille Printer Out of Lego

5 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Thirteen year-old Shubham Banerjee has built a braille printer out of a robotic Lego kit to help blind readers print out texts to read. The project has gotten a lot of attention and even earned investment from Intel. PBS News Hour tells the story in the above video. (Via PBS). New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Woman Brags About Carrying Her Trash In a Mason Jar Everywhere

Lauren Singer is the most ecologically conscientious person I have ever read about. She tells New York magazine's Daily Intel that all the trash she's produced in the past two years fits in one 16-ounce Mason jar. She carries her garbage glass around with her everywhere, just in case she needs to dispose of something that cannot be recycled or composted. Read more...

Backed By Intel Corporation (INTC) And Venture Capital at 13yo

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) may be a multibillion-dollar company but that hasn’t stopped this 13-year-old boy from partnering with the giant on his low-cost braille printer. This is Shubham Banerjee and in an interview with Corey John for Bloomberg West, he detailed how a science project cobbled together from an idea and some Lego pieces have […]

What is Intel Corporation Doing About the Broadwell-Based Xeon E3 Product Family?

A look at what Intel is doing with its 14-nanometer Xeon processors targeted at entry-level workstations.

Supreme Court: Problem of Divided Ownership

by Dennis Crouch The general rule is that all co-owners of a patent must join together as plaintiffs less the case be dismissed.  In STC.UNM v. Intel, the Federal Circuit ruled that, while co-owners are necessary parties, they may not be involuntarily joined.  That decision is in some tension with Fed. R. Civ. Pro. Rule 19 […]

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