21st Century Support– Last month the Ukrainian government asked Barack Obama for military assistance. Instead, he sent them food rations. #US intel: greater likelihood #Russia will enter eastern #Ukraine http://t.co/KtHdWsSW7s And all we got is… pic.twitter.com/PWgeDNZoNs — Ukrainian Updates (@Ukroblogger) … Continue reading ?
It might be the strangest stolen-car caper of the year, not least because the car wasn't technically stolen. It helps when one set of keys works in two separate vehicles. Here's what happened, from Daily Intel and the New York Post : Nekisia Davis of Brooklyn asked mom Cheryl Thorpe to...
Intel is seeing success in data centers, but the consumer end continues to lag. Focusing on its strength in manufacturing could offer another leg of growth.
Intel may have skirted a major PC processor revenue drop this quarter, but the company needs to see more growth from its mobile segment.
If you're looking for a super-compact PC with an abundance of power, but don't want to build it all from scratch, Intel's Next Unit of Computing boxes might be just what you're looking for. Today on Amazon, the Intel Core i3 and Core i5 models are marked down to some of their lowest prices ever. Read more...
An educator's look into Beacon Mountain.
For a couple of years now, efforts to usher in devices that can run both Microsoft's Windows platform and Android have been in the works. We've written about BlueStacks Player, which runs a virtualized instance of Android that can be used alongside Windows. Show More Summary
Advantech has announced the release of the UTX-3115 fanless and wide-temp embedded box, a new, comprehensive internet of things (IoT) solution that is coupled with the Intel® Gateway Solutions.
A stabilizing PC market, strong growth in data centers and an expanding footprint in the Internet-of-Things market were Intel’s key growth drivers in Q1 2014, offset partially by lower mobile group revenue.
For the last few years, commercial satellite remote sensing company DigitalGlobe (and, before its merger with DigitalGlobe, GeoEye) has been lobbying the government to allow it to sell sharper satellite imagery that it’s currently allowed. DigitalGlobe is currently restricted to selling imagery with resolution no sharper than 0.5 meters per pixel, but has been pushing [...]
By Jeff Groff: Intel's (INTC) "contra revenue" effort with its bay trail chips aims to aggressively push these chips into low-end tablets by subsidizing the increased bill-of-materials imposed on manufacturers who use bay trail instead of a more integrated solution from another supplier. Show More Summary
ByQuoth the Raven: "In the first quarter we saw solid growth in the data center, signs of improvement in the PC business, and we shipped 5 million tablet processors, making strong progress on our goal of 40 million tablets for 2014," -...Show More Summary
By Ed McKernan: Intel's (INTC) Q1 2014 earnings report Tuesday confirmed for some that the company is stabilizing its PC business as it embarks on an all out assault on mobile that reaches a presumably profitable conversion at 14nm.Show More Summary
A translated interview from one of China's leading North Korea scholars, Zhang Liangkui, on China's DPRK intel and the purge of Jang Song-taek. Federal Reserve official: Americans must adjust to a world dominated by China. Not true,Show More Summary
By Alcaraz Research: Mark Hibben made a good point in discussing Intel's (INTC) dreadful mobile group numbers. I agree with Hibben's assessment that Intel's losses over its tablet campaign may worsen for the next quarters. However, Krzanich...Show More Summary
While Intel's smartphone efforts to date haven't been financially successful, here's why you should cut Intel some slack.
Elizabeth must deal with Lucia's refusal to let Larrick live, while Philip comes to grips with the ramifications of bad intel in 'The Americans' season 2, episode 8: 'New Car.' The post ‘The Americans’: Does Nicer and Easier Make Better? appeared first on Screen Rant.
Yahoo's holding an ace up its sleeve, and SodaStream is looking at selling a big chunk of its company to a mystery buyer. Here are four stocks on the move today.
Bringing everyday physical objects online is going to shake up the chip industry in a major way. There are new opportunities for startups and even Intel knows it has to change.