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Mindfulness at Intel

Workers in the fast-paced high tech industry are learning mindfulness techniques that 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

Pocket Avatars: Mapping the Facial Expressions of Millennials

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Pocket Avatars brings fun and bandwidth friendly chat to smartphones, but are millennials giving the facial mapping messaging app any “face time”? Read More

Plugging Laptops into the Sun with a Smart Solar Charger

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A smarter, more efficient method of solar charging laptops will potentially bring PC-based education to more parts of the developing world. Read More

USB Type-C: Where It Came From and Where It’s Going

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Spearheaded by Intel, USB Type-C is the connector of the future; it’s smaller, faster, and can transmit data, display and even power all at the same time. Read More

Squaring Off with Round Tech

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Researchers find that humans prefer curves over angles, and tech design is now incorporating rounder shapes in smartphones, TVs, and especially wearables. Read More

U.S. Postal Service Using Supercomputers to Stamp Out Fraud

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U.S. Postal Service finds new agility thanks to high-performance computers that detect postage fraud and enable Sunday deliveries. Read More

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