The small Atom-based dev board with a big goal
The small Atom-based dev board with a big goal. #developmentboard #mobile #Windows #SoC
Diesel engines upgraded with hydrogen fuel injection are both more efficient and cost-effective.
Efficient packing & scheduling coupled with a hydrogen-injection system helps Intel get to events and tradeshows in a greener manner.
Are smartphones a distraction in the classroom, or are they a learning tool of the future? The debate of appropriate cellphone use in schools rages on.
Smartphones in K-12 brings controversy – disruptive or necessary for learning and safety?
Intel research scientists hack slot cars to illustrate vulnerabilities and security of IoT hardware.
Can your car be remotely hacked? New hardware security research working to prevent #security #breaches.
With lucrative cash prizes, sponsorship deals and fans in the millions, eSports gamers are next-gen pro athletes.
Are you a #gamer? Want to go #pro? There are deals to be made!
How bringing technology to Kenyan schools, where water and power are scarce, will improve student lives.
Volunteer organization brings technology to schools where water, even power are scarce. #WorldVision #education #Kenya #Intel #volunteer
Big Data and Computer Vision Can Give You Wrinkles
Wonder what a #selfie of you in a few decades would look like? #BigData and Computer Vision can show you now!
Intel’s computer-on-a-chip Edison travels 100,000 feet into near space and and back to tell the tale.
Helium-filled and Edison-powered Balloon Reaches Altitudes of 100,000 Feet #IDF14 #edison #space
Learn how transferring data via worn devices, body area networks and touch expand the wearable’s market potential.
Transferring data via worn devices, ‘body area networks’ and touch
The original Apple watch wearable is already here, and Intel was doing high tech watches decades earlier.
Decades before the current wearable technology renaissance, Silicon Valley pioneers Apple and Intel were already putting devices on your wrist. #wearables #watch #iWatch
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.
Interns at Oregon State University and Intel produce smart helmet prototype with potentially life-saving features. #safety #wearables
Can you make learning fun? That’s the million dollar question, and interns at Intel are tackling that problem in their spare time at a weekend hackathon.
Summer interns create games aimed at teaching math concepts through gaming #hackathon #interns
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.
Intel considering new ‘digital buddy system’ for workers alone in isolated areas #wearables #safety
How a tiny Quark chip is helping to protect the fate of rhinos in South Africa
Wearable tech could help save the endangered rhino
A group in South Africa have designed a bracelet of sorts with some Intel chip tech inside that can help detect when a rhino is under distress from poachers. It’s just a small pilot program so far but hopefully this will deter poachers who kill this animal only for the horn for questionable placebo medicines.
Intel’s reference design smart earbuds that also track heart rate for fitness purposes are now a real product from 50 Cent’s SMS Audio headphone company.
Intel Engineer Indira Negi’s passion for running, biometric experience and maker skills pushes her smart earbuds design to market with 50 Cent’s audio company.