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DJ Uses Intel Edison to Revolutionize Scratching

4 minutes agoArts : MAKE: Art Design

It doesn’t get much better than the world renowned DJ Qbert scratching insanely fast, except when every scratch is not just expressed as sound, but also sparks off of a tesla coil. That’s exactly what took place during Maker Faire Bay Area when DJ Qbert took to the stage to […] Read more on MAKE The post DJ Uses Intel Edison to Revolutionize Scratching appeared first on Make:.

Samsung Reportedly Working On Intel Tablet Codenamed “CHOPIN”

13 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

When it comes to using Intel’s mobile chipsets, our minds probably don’t go towards brands like Samsung. Instead we probably think of ASUS or Lenovo as both these companies tend to feature more mobile products using Intel’s mobile chipset, but it looks like Samsung wants in on the Intel fun as well. Show More Summary

Intel’s CEO doesn’t think Windows 10 will boost PC sales (INTC, MSFT)

More than 95% of Intel’s operating income last year came from selling PC chips. It’s why Intel keeps a close eye on the overall PC market. But the PC market in general has been in decline lately. In the first quarter of 2015, global PC shipments dropped 5.2% from the previous year, according to research firm Gartner. Show More Summary

Intel(R) System Studio Developer Story : With Intel ® JTAG debugger and MinnowBoard MAX, how to debug exception errors in the Android-Linux-Kernel

In this article, we can see how to debug and check the exception error in Android Linux Kernel in Intel ® Architecture-based system with Intel ® JTAG Debugger which is a part of tool Intel System Studio ® Ultimate Edition.

Intel implements Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) on Microsoft Edge

Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Build 10122 to Insiders. The latest update brings some performance improvements, as well as some other user-interface improvements to Microsoft Edge – the company’s new browser for Windows 10. At Build 2015, Microsoft revealed Edge’s performance compared to the other big boys of the town – and unexpectedly enough, Edge […]

Two Factors That Can Alter Intel’s Valuation By More Than 10%

Intel strives to use its manufacturing leadership to transform the company by developing leadership products across a broad range of end-markets. Despite a weak Q1 2015 (on account of weakening PC sales), the data center, IoT and NAND businesses accounted for approximately 40% of Intel's total revenue and two-thirds of its overall operating profit. Show More Summary

W's CIA Briefer: Bush, Cheney Lied About WMD Intel

David Corn, Mother Jones: For a dozen years, the Bush-Cheney crowd have been trying to escape -- or cover up -- an essential fact of the W. years: President George Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and their lieutenants misled the American...Show More Summary

WATCH: Former Clinton Aide, Banned by Obama, Passed Intel to Hillary about Libyan Deals

Former Bill Clinton White House aide Sidney Blumenthal passed intelligence along to Hillary Clinton in hopes of making profits in Libya, while being banned by the Obama White House from doing something like that. Sounds sketchy.

Intel Partners Tout Vertical Solutions To Pave The Way In IoT Market 

The Internet of Things took the forefront during the Intel Solutions Summit last week, as partners showed off innovative solutions in retail, transportation and other vertical markets.Chris O’Malley, director of mobility marketing at Intel, stressed that it was critical for partners to tap into niche markets to drive new opportunities in the Internet-of-Things space. Source: […]

Inside the ZenFone 2 with ASUS and Intel (Part 2)

Hot on the heels of Part 1, we bring you more of our interview (in partnership with Tom's Guide with ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih and Intel's Aicha Evans. In these closing questions we get deep inside what it took to design and build the ZenFone 2, which brings quite a lot to the table despite merely costing consumers $299.

Getting inside the ZenFone 2 with ASUS and Intel (Part 1)

We've reviewed the ASUS Zenfone 2. We've seen the phone's launch in North America. And you can now purchase the ZenFone 2 for a completely reasonable price of $299. (Or even a little less if you want to skimp on the specs.) But that's really just the start of the story for ASUS, which is teaming up with Intel for this new Atom-based phone. Show More Summary

Bitly launches Audience Intel to give marketers more data on how content is shared

Bitly has launched Audience Intel, a new tool designed to give marketers more data around how users share content.

As Jeopardy! Robot Watson Grows Up, How Afraid of It Should We Be?

On the first weekend of January, many of the leading researchers in artificial intelligence traveled to Puerto Rico to take part in an unusual private conference. Part of what made it unusual was its topic: whether the rise of intelligent machines would be good or bad for people, something endlessly... More »

Apple Upgrades 15" MacBook Pro and iMac, Skips Australia Tax

Apple has upgraded its MacBook Pro and iMac lines overnight with faster storage — but no sign of Intel’s Broadwell lines. The good news here is that there’s no real price premium for buying them in Australia. More »      


After two plus weeks off I was experiencing my normal anxiety about returning to class. I may have mentioned this before, but it's like experiencing a panic attack. The adrenaline is spiking and I feel absolutely weak. I know, intellectually, that I'll be fine when class starts, but wading through that is challenging. Show More Summary

Basis Launches A Limited Edition Titanium Peak, Updates Bands And App

Basis, the Intel subsidiary that builds watches for tracking your health and sleep habits, is today dropping a lighter, classier version of its Peak tracker made from titanium. It’s also launching a new series of leather bands for people who already have the aluminum Peak models, and it’s updating its app and firmware. Read More

On Iraq/Torture, Still in Denial

Ex-senior CIA official Michael Morell is making the rounds promoting a new book and recycling old excuses about the Bush administration’s innocence in invading Iraq (just bad intel, you know) and torturing prisoners (the lawyers said it was okay) – and dodging pointed questions, as Sam Husseini discovered. By Sam Husseini On Monday, I questioned…

Clinton’s Private Emails Reveal She Used Faulty Intel from Ally with Biz Interests in Libya

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

A blockbuster report by the New York Times reveals that Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime Clinton ally, provided misleading and/or inaccurate memos on Libya to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the hopes of creating favorable conditions for his private company to sign contracts with the new Libyan government.

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