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What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues

What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues

By 10 hours ago

What's going to be the next big thing after the Internet of Things? It might be a massive trend right now, but once the standards have been cracked and every device and appliance you own is connected to the cloud and each other, eyes will be looking... >>

Best laptops and tablets of CES 2015: Acer, Dell, Lenovo and more

Best laptops and tablets of CES 2015: Acer, Dell, Lenovo and more

By 8 January 2015

Laptops are still going strong in spite of tablets and large phones vying to replace them. In fact with new 3D cameras offering gesture controls and real-world object scanning they're more impressive than ever. We've rounded up the best new laptops that... >>

Intel Smart Spider Dress is not only scary but it intelligently defends its wearer

Intel Smart Spider Dress is not only scary but it intelligently defends its wearer

By 8 January 2015

Well if this isn't the scariest wearable smart clothing you've seen we can't imagine what is. The Smart Spider Dress is a collaboration between Intel, using the Edison system, and experimental designer Anouk Wipprecht. The Smart Spider Dress isn't simply... >>

Lenovo smartphones go 64-bit: Lenovo P90 on Intel Atom, Vibe X2 Pro on Qualcomm Snapdragon

Lenovo smartphones go 64-bit: Lenovo P90 on Intel Atom, Vibe X2 Pro on Qualcomm Snapdragon

By 5 January 2015

Lenovo has embraced 64-bit with a pair of smartphones sitting on Intel and Qualcomm hardware. The Lenovo P90 is the Intel Atom device with a 1.83GHz quad-core Z3560 processor, 2GB of RAM and an LTE Advanced modem.  It comes with a large 5.5-inch display... >>

Acer Intel RealSense laptops mean Minority Report gesture controls are here

Acer Intel RealSense laptops mean Minority Report gesture controls are here

By 5 January 2015

Acer has announced from CES 2015 in Las Vegas that it will be releasing new laptops this month that use Intel RealSense 3D cameras for gesture controls. Like the film Minority Report, that's had us dreaming about gesture controls ever since, users will... >>

Paddington: The tech behind the much-loved bear's big screen debut

Paddington: The tech behind the much-loved bear's big screen debut

By 3 December 2014

Whatever age you are, there's something undeniably lovable about Paddington Bear. First brought to life in the 1958 book, he's since appeared on screen in almost every decade since the 1970s, from stop-motion animation to the hand-drawn Hanna-Barbera... >>

New Google Glass rumoured to arrive in 2015 with Intel innards

New Google Glass rumoured to arrive in 2015 with Intel innards

By 1 December 2014

All has been quiet on the Google Glass front for some time, until now. A new hardware version of Glass is reportedly on its way next year, and it should have Intel brains. According to sources of The Wall Street Journal, Google is planning to launch... >>

Intel's Make it Wearable contest: What is it about and which wearables won?

Intel's Make it Wearable contest: What is it about and which wearables won?

By 4 November 2014

Intel's Make it Wearable contest has just concluded, after doling out $800,000 in award money to three teams behind wearable devices that are not only innovative but also creative. With Qualcomm spearheading technology in recent years, mostly due to Intel's... >>

Up close with the Intel Make It Wearable UK finalists: Robotic hands, modular smartwatch, and a smart vibrating pendant

Up close with the Intel Make It Wearable UK finalists: Robotic hands, modular smartwatch, and a smart vibrating pendant

By 8 October 2014

Intel launched its Make It Wearable competition which will see one lucky winner receive $500,000. At the moment 7 of 10 finalists are from Europe with 3 from the UK. We caught up with the UK finalists to see their amazing robot hands, modular smartwatch... >>

Nixie is the future of selfies, a wearable drone camera that flies off your wrist

Nixie is the future of selfies, a wearable drone camera that flies off your wrist

By 29 September 2014

Selfie is now a word in the dictionary. Front facing cameras on phones are getting higher in quality and wider in lens angles. But now selfies are going to reach a new level with Nixie, a drone quadcopter that folds to be worn on your wrist. Nixie is... >>


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