• Wearables that matter – Intel future showcase – The past, present and future of technology

    Wearables are becoming a huge part of our lives, with people now using them to monitor everything from steps, to heart rate, to the number of calories burnt or even skin acidity.

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  • Becoming ‘brain aware’ to calm chaos, boost productivity

    Intel's mindful awareness program introduces employees to new skills for dealing with the always-on demands of the digital age. In the future, will businesses become more 'brain aware?'

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  • Intel experiments with mindfulness to combat digital overload

    To combat the negative effects of multitasking, a handful of Intel employees took matters into their own hands and introduced a mindful awareness program.

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  • Ransomware growing rapidly, warns Intel’s McAfee Labs

    Malware infection continues to rise as cyber crime is backed by a fully-fledged industry and businesses fail to do all they can to protect themselves, says a report by Intel's McAfee Labs

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  • Intel pulls the plug on McAfee SaaS security products

    Intel Security unexpectedly moved several McAfee SaaS endpoint and email security products to end of life just prior to announcing a new corporate strategy this week.

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  • Will ARM give Intel a run for its money on the NFV front?

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  • Intel NFV: Company eyes virtualized networking market

    In our latest roundup of SDN blogs, analysts explore Intel's expansion into networking, visibility in virtualized environments and the cost benefits of deploying SD-WAN.

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  • Intel Atom

    Atom is Intel's family of x86 and x86-64 processors that are optimized for small computing devices, such as smartphones and mobile Internet devices (MIDs).

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  • Intel Quark

    Intel Quark is an embedded system-on-a-chip (SoC) processor design intended for smaller mobile devices like wearable computers. As with their counterparts in elementary particles, Quark is smaller than  Atom. The Quark processor is said to be a fifth of the size of Atom and draw a tenth of the...

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  • Rackspace and Intel outline plans to increase enterprise appeal of OpenStack

    Managed cloud company and chip maker are creating an innovation centre in Texas to accelerate maturity of OpenStack

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