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From Red Mud Building Blocks to Ruggedized Laptops

The children in this school district are so happy to have the chance to learn on computers. They get on average 1 hour a month due to the number of kids/numbers of computers at each school.

How bringing technology to Kenyan schools, where water and power are scarce, will improve student lives. Read More

What Will You Look Like in the Future?

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Software now able to accurately predict what you will look like decades from now by using computer vision analysis of big data. Read More

Launching Edison into Near Space


Helium-filled and Edison-powered balloon reaches altitudes of over 100,000 feet Read More

Investigating Human Body Communications

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Learn how being able to transfer data via worn devices, body area networks and touch expand the wearable technology’s market potential. Read More

Apple Watch Revealed: The Original

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Decades before the current wearable technology renaissance, Silicon Valley pioneers Apple and Intel were already putting devices on your wrist. Read More

Tech Interns Create Smart Bike Helmet That Could Save Your Life


Interns create a smart helmet loaded with sensors that work with your smartphone to collect crash data and even call for help in the event of an emergency. Read More

Wearable Tech and Smartphones Could Save Lives of Lone Workers

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Solitary workers are often at risk simply because they are working alone, and many of the lone worker solutions don’t monitor key biometric statistics. Read More

Coding for Good: Hackathon for Mathematics


Intel interns spend an entire weekend at a hackathon coding for good with the mission to create fun games that teach basic math concepts. Read More

Tiny Chip Helping Save Huge Rhinos

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Quark SoCs play integral role in protecting the future of endangered black rhinos in South Africa Read More

Intel Smart Earbuds Now a Reality in SMS Audio BioSport Headphones

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Intel’s reference design smart earbuds that track heart rate is now a real fitness wearable product from 50 Cent’s SMS Audio headphone company. Read More

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