Panel and University Collaboration Event on Flickr.
“Between the government, industries and universities, the government role is to stimulate academic and industry partnerships so that concepts from universities can get to market reality more quickly,” said Grace Wang of the National Science Foundation.
The full interview with Dr. Wang: American Innovation Facing Rising Competition http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/american-innovation-facing-rising-competition/6499
Kids with Education Tablet Computers on Flickr.
Back to school computer buying tips http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/back-to-school-computer-buying-tips/6477
Paul Jacobs Chairman and CEO Qualcomm on Flickr.
Qualcomm is not based on Moore’s Law, but Moore’s Law created the opportunity that created Qualcomm. We know how to get to smaller size nodes, but we see economic indicators slowing and we are worried about it — we can see the end from here.
If we can’t make cheaper transistors, we’ll look to other things like 3D.
— Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Qualcomm.
The chairman and CEO of San Diego-based Qualcomm was in Silicon Valley in August talking about a broad range of topics including the future of Moore’s Law, wearable computing and the explosion of mobile computing.
The full story: Qualcomm CEO Talks Moore’s Law, Tablets, Personal History.
For decades there were just people, now robots roam the halls and join meetings inside Intel.
The full story about innovation in telepresence technology from Intel IT Labs http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/robots-roam-inside-intel/6421
Entrepreneur Jeff Solomon on Flickr.
“Not every good idea makes for a good business in the mobile space,” said Jeff Solomon of Amplify.
The full story How Crazy Ideas Transform Industries http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/how-crazy-ideas-transform-industries/6397
23 days before founding Intel in 1968 with Gordon Moore, Noyce penned the following letter to Sherman Fairchild.
Noyce formally tendered his resignation at Fairchild Semiconductor amid what the San Jose Mercury News called “a wave of inexplicable executive resignations over the last year.”
Moore resigned from the company July 3, 1968.
Here is a copy of Noyce’s letter from the Intel Archives. http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/letter-from-the-archives-robert-noyce-resigns-from-fairchild/6377
“The basic transistors are not improving as much as they used to and so we’re actually relying on software developers to pick up the slack by coming up with more efficient code,” said Krste Asanovic, a computer science professor at University of California, Berkeley.
Increasing complexity of hardware innovation may put chip-savvy software developers in the driver’s seat. The full article exploring Software Developers Keep Moore’s Law Alive? http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/software-developers-keep-moores-law-alive/6354
Storify CEO Xavier Damman on Flickr.
“Stories have been around forever; it’s how we share what we’ve learned and what we love. Now with mobile phones that access the Internet, people are telling their stories in real time by sharing a photo or a video,” said Xavier Damman, CEO and co-founder of Storify.
The full article about how Smartphones as Social Watchdogs http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/smartphones-as-social-watchdogs/6321
“They (tablets) are good at quick access to information, email and replacing paper, but they’re not replacing mainstream computing yet,” said Maribel Lopez, principal analyst at Lopez Research.
The full story about three technology analysts exploring the role of tablets moving into the workplace. http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/byod-tablets-disrupt-enterprise-it/6293
Laptop Battery Power Settings Control Panel on Flickr.
Six ways to make your computer battery last longer http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/tech-news-july-2013
Ben Taylor San Jose Giants Using Gameday on Flickr.
“During a 2 1/2-hour game, I can add up to 500 pieces of data using the Gameday client,” said Ben Taylor, media relations coordinator for the San Jose Giants.
Full story about how the San Jose Giants use big data technologies to engage fans in the epicenter of the tech industry. http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/moneyball-brings-big-data-to-silicon-valleys-minor-league/6239
Roger Jellicoe Intel mobile device R and D on Flickr.
"If one thing doesn’t work, you’ve got to try something else. That’s the nature of innovation," said Roger Jellicoe, vice president of Intel’s Mobile and Communications Group and general manager of devices research and development.
One on One with Roger Jellicoe, head of R&D for devices in the Intel Mobile and Communications Group. http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/motorola-vet-brings-razr-sharp-mobile-focus-to-intel/6221
"I can work with the tabletop as if I’m working on the touchscreen itself although the device is somewhere else," said Vivayak Honkote, research scientist, Intel Labs.
Full story about a tabletop transformed into touchscreen interface for any mobile device: Could Any Surface Be Your Touchscreen? http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/could-any-surface-be-your-touchscreen/6199
"This simulation shows how you might use air quality monitoring when you’re outside going for a run or taking your kid to school," said Adam Laskowitz, a researcher Intel Labs.
Full story about an experimental mobile app helps people plot pollution-free path: Smartphone Gives Turn by Turn Directions to Cleaner Air http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/smartphone-gives-turn-by-turn-directions-to-cleaner-air/6209
Using your face as a password. Trend or reality?
Full story http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/when-your-face-is-your-password/6167