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Nokia Networks and Intel to Open Joint R&D Facility in the UK

Nokia Networks and Intel have announced that they are opening a joint R&D facility in the UK. more

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Wearable Tech and Smartphones Could Save Lives of Lone Workers

Intel considering new 'digital buddy system' for workers alone in isolated areas more

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Unity Extends Android Games Support across Intel-based Devices

Intel and Unity Technologies have announced a collaboration to advance the development of Android-based applications on Intel architecture. more

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Pioneering Architect of Soviet-era Computing

One of the pioneers of supercomputing during the Soviet-era, who also happens to be a former champion mountain climber, has been working in the computing industry for 60 years, including the last 10 at Intel, but he's not quite ready to retire. more

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App Developers Get Royal Treatment as Tech's New Kingmakers

Device Manufacturers Increasingly Courting App Developers. more

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Intel Loses Appeal Against $1.44 Billion Anti-Trust Fine

Intel has lost an appeal against a record anti-trust fine that was imposed on it by European regulators. more

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Telefonica to work with Red Hat and Intel on virtualized network services

Telefonica has announced plans to work with Red Hat and Intel to create a virtual infrastructure management (VIM) platform based on open source software running on standard Intel-based servers. more

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Meet One of Intel's Most Prolific Inventors

Qinghua Li, one of Intel's most prolific inventors, says some of his best ideas have come from informal "apple breaks" around the water fountain with a colleague. more

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When Wearables Become Essential

While consumers view wearables as simply a hot new technology trend primarily geared toward activity tracking and exercise, Intel is piloting a smart watch program to test its viability within its factory work environments. more

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'Human Factor' Often Overlooked in Wearable Computing

At a recent Intel workshop that might be seen as counter-intuitive, engineers were being trained to think about real-world applications first, the technology itself second. more

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