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Intel Capital expands diversity fund to include LGBTQ, disabled, and veteran founders

More than a year ago, Intel Capital allocated $125 million to a fund dedicated investing in minority and women-owned startups. On Wednesday, the venture capital firm announced that it was expanding its focus to include founders from the LGBTQ community, are living with disabilities, or are military veterans. The diversity fund was established as a […]

Video: A closer look at the Surface Studio’s Zero Gravity Hinge and more

Microsoft today unveiled the new Surface Studio with a 28-inch 4.5K PixelSense display, Intel Core i7, GTX 980M GPU, 32GB of RAM, 2TB of SSD, and much more. One of the key features of the Surface Studio is its Zero Gravity Hinge which allows users to use the device in a “Studio Mode”. The Studio […]

Intel Releases Sluggish M.2 NVMe DC P3100 SSD Series

Intel's new DC P3100 series certainly isn't the first M.2 NVMe SSD to hit the market, but it marks a crucial step forward for Intel, which has experimented with the M.2 form factor for its previous-generation SATA SSDs.

New Microsoft Surface Book Rocks Intel Core i7 Skylake, Nvidia GTX 965M

Microsoft announced the Surface Book i7, which is the company’s most powerful Surface Book to date.

Surface Studio available for pre-order now, starts at $2,999

Microsoft just unveiled the Surface Studio at its Windows 10 event. The company’s new Surface Studio comes with a 28-inch PixelSense display, Windows Hello, up to 32GB of RAM, 6th Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, GTX 980M GPU, and much more. The device also comes with the Surface Keyboard, Surface Pen, and Surface Mouse. […]

This is the Surface Studio, Microsoft’s new all-in-one PC

Microsoft unveiled the Surface Studio today, an all-in-one PC with a 28-inch PixelSense display, with the thinnest display ever built according to Microsoft and a 3:2 display ratio. It also has an Intel Core processor, with a 2TB hybrid...Show More Summary

Favorite Halloween Candy in Texas, New Brunch Updates, and More A.M. Intel

The latest nine restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Shopping website Influenster determined that Texas’ favorite Halloween candy is the candy corn, which also happens to be beloved by Oregon, Wyoming, Tennessee, and South...Show More Summary

MIT Scientists Create a Nightmare Machine

Those of us watching the U.S. presidential election (and who isn’t?) don’t need any help with having a steady stream of nightmares. Apparently this message didn’t make it to Massachusetts where MIT researchers used artificial intelligence algorithms to create horrific images sure to provoke nightmare-inducing scenarios. Wouldn’t...

Could ARM-Based MACs Arrive On Thursday?

17 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

There have long been rumors that Apple would port the macOS to its ARM-based “A” series processors, replacing Intel CPUs on some Macs. These rumors keep surfacing year after year, without any real evidence. While I’m not going predict that Apple will unveil A10-based Macs this Thursday, there’s evidence that [...]

Intel Capital Invests $38M In 12 Innovative Technology Startups

19 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Intel's corporate venture capital arm unveiled its new investment philosophy, focused on startups closely aligned to Intel's business units.

Denuclearizing North Korea a ‘lost cause,’ US intel chief says

Efforts to convince North Korea to give up its nuclear program and “denuclearize” the Korean Peninsula are bound to fail, US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Tuesday. The United States is set to deploy its THAAD missile defense system to South Korea as soon as possible, despite opposition from China, in an effort

A ‘Second Economy’ Prognosis for Health Care Cybersecurity

Intel Security CTO Steve Grobman has pointed out that gaining the upper hand in cybersecurity requires that we extend our thinking beyond the physical economy of money, assets, goods, and services to a Second Economy defined by the currencies of trust, time, and money. Show More Summary

Intel's new chips are for smart cars and the Internet of Things

Intel has been investing in IoT for years, playing catch up to compete with companies like Qualcomm that got to the market early and saturated it with their chipsets. But a declining PC market pushed them to make more drastic moves,Show More Summary

Intel Capital’s Wendell Brooks apologizes for wanting to sell his portfolio

EXCLUSIVE: In his first 10 months at the helm of what is arguably the world’s most potent corporate vc arm, Intel Capital’s Wendell Brooks has weathered wrack after wrack. First, there was the sharp decline in venture activity at the outset of 2016; then, a rather public tumult about potentially divesting a 400-company portfolio, and through it all, […]

17 Easy Healthy-Eating Tips Registered Dietitians Swear By

It's not always easy to stay on the healthy-eating track. Here, R.D.s share their intel—get ready for a treasure trove of good advice.

U.S. aircraft in Syria are vulnerable to Russia: U.S. intel chief

The Obama administration has not set up a no-fly zone, but Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has called for it in parts of Syria

El Reg takes man for romantic weekend for two at Intel chip factory

Fab trip to Intel Fab So what do you get when you enter a competition on the Reg? The leftovers from the Cash and Carrion bin? Whatever unboxed review kit we’ve managed to hide from the courier?…

Couldn't be there? Our conference vids for you

The Register and Intel LIVE 2011 Last week The Register teamed up with Intel to put on an all-day conference in Millbank, central London. We had a great line-up of speakers, which included Professor Brian Cox and security God Bruce Schneier - for me a stand-out.…

Report: SAS controller bug holding up Xeon E5 launch

A different bug this time? Everyone was expecting for Intel to launch the "Sandy Bridge-EP" Xeon E5 processors back in September for delivery in the fourth quarter. Butfor reasons that Intel has never explained – much less admitted that this was the original launch schedule – the E5 processor and its related "Patsburg" chipset has been pushed out to an "early 2012" launch.…

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