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Vintage Tech Could be Worth Big Bucks

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Hoarders who are finally clearing out their stashes are finding that some of their trash is actually treasure Read More

Retrofitting Old for New in the Internet of Things

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Enabling IoT in the home could depend on connecting legacy systems such as light switches, stoves, and other existing household infrastructure. Read More

Expert Tips for Better Wi-Fi Performance

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Little changes to a work or home environment can dramatically improve a wireless network. Read More

IoT Interoperability is Key to Success

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Intel VP of IoT Rose Schooler talks about ingredients to successful IoT solutions and covering the Bingo card. Read More

Are Bodies Good Passwords?

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Traditional passwords have run out of steam, but new technologies in biometrics could make your body the strongest password of all. Read More

Slowing Down to Speed Up

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Workers in the fast-paced tech industry are learning mindfulness techniques to help them attain higher levels of productivity, focus, and well-being. Read More

Tackling Android Fragmentation with Intel’s Reference Design

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Intel Reference Design for Android streamlines the development process for mobile system makers and delivers the latest Android OS updates within weeks. Read More

Why Intel Paid $10,000 for an Old Magazine

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A look back at the search for a magazine decades old that contained the original prediction that continues to influence the entire technology industry. Read More

Contextual Sensing: How Smartphones Will Learn About You

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Thanks to the growing number of sensors shipping now in mobile devices, software developers are creating ways to detect the world around you. Read More

The Looming IoT Energy Drain

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With the inevitable growth of the Internet of Things, researchers are seeking new ways to power the billions of sensors expected to come online in the coming years. Read More

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