This year Intel is celebrating 50 years since Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded the company. The single, admirable purpose was to: ponder what might be possible. For the past 50 years Intel have invested heavily, pouring billions of dollars into research and development to deliver ever increasing levels of performance...
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    In the last week, there’s been news spreading across the industry about a hardware-level security issue with Intel processors. The fix for the CPU security flaw, was supposedly going to reduce the speed of your processor (and therefore your PC) anywhere between 5 and 30 percent. Intel says this...
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    Intel created their very own IDE for HTML5 developers and the latest update for their XDK is now available. Let’s take a look at what’s new in the December 2013 update. The update delivers remote debugging on Android 4.x mobile devices which are connected via USB. This is fairly...
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    It seems the folks at Intel have some work to do with their latest on-board graphics drivers. With the 4th generation Intel processor, also came update HD 5000 graphics. It turns out they don’t work so well under Windows 8.1. Now before you jump to point out that this...
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    File this one as a rumour. Tech site Digitimes has yesterday reported that Apple is preparing to blow the latest influx of ultrabook competitors out of the water by manufacturing another addition to the MacBook Air family. This low-cost, low-power ultrabook is — reportedly — set to be unveiled in the third-quarter...
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    With the help of technology, a seemingly dull building can be brought to life with light. The video below is actually an advertisement from Intel, but given its a brilliant use of technology, it seemed appropriate. Electric Canvas is a company that creates art buy using an array of...

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