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This Oculus Rift hack will make your brain explode. Probably.

This Oculus Rift hack will make your brain explode. Probably.

By 3 July 2014

Intrepid makers folk in Poland have created an Oculus Rift mod that will shift your perspective, literally. As an entry for the Intel Make It competition the clever creators mounted two GoPros on a tall antenna carried in a backpack connected to Oculus... >>

3D print your own ‘Jimmy’ walking, face recognising bot from Intel, the Rasberry Pi of robots

3D print your own ‘Jimmy’ walking, face recognising bot from Intel, the Rasberry Pi of robots

By 26 June 2014

The day has come where 3D printer owners can now print their own robot slaves to do their bidding. Intel has released the details for its "Jimmy" robot which is due out this September. The 45cm tall robot will cost $1,500 which is a smaller version of... >>

Hands-on: Intel Core M Llama Mountain shows the future of skinny tablets

Hands-on: Intel Core M Llama Mountain shows the future of skinny tablets

By 4 June 2014

Much of the buzz around Computex 2014 has been based on the advent of Intel's Core M architecture which heralds the arrival of wafer-thin fanless devices as early as late 2014. Pocket-lint was lucky enough to get a quick hands-on with on Intel's reference... >>

Touch control holograms, 3D scanning, auto green screens: We try the Intel RealSense future

Touch control holograms, 3D scanning, auto green screens: We try the Intel RealSense future

By 14 May 2014

Intel showed us its RealSense 3D camera today at an event in London. With it was the best floating, touch controlled "hologram" we've seen in real life. Tony Stark would have been impressed. The RealSense 3D camera is going to start appearing in computers... >>

Spotify buys music data firm The Echo Nest - a platform that powers Rdio and more

Spotify buys music data firm The Echo Nest - a platform that powers Rdio and more

By 6 March 2014

Spotify has announced that it acquired a music intelligence company called The Echo Nest. According to its website, The Echno Nest provides data and music services to developers, media services, social networks, and big companies including iHeartradio,... >>

Qualcomm and Intel work to bring 64-bit processing to Android masses

Qualcomm and Intel work to bring 64-bit processing to Android masses

By 24 February 2014

Qualcomm and Intel have both announced they will be providing manufacturers with 64-bit ready processors for tablet and smartphones that will start to come out from as early as this summer. Qualcomm has announced a new variant of its Snapdragon 600 chipset... >>

Intel is planning conversational voice recognition that works offline

Intel is planning conversational voice recognition that works offline

By 28 January 2014

Intel's always-listening Jarvis headset unveiled at CES 2014 is similar to Apple's Siri, Google Now, and even Google Glass without the display. It's a personal assistant meant to be by your side all the time, able to have a conversation. But to differentiate... >>

Intel sells off failed OnCue pay-TV service to Verizon

Intel sells off failed OnCue pay-TV service to Verizon

By 21 January 2014

Intel has announced that it's selling off Intel Media - the company behind its failed OnCue pay-TV service - to Verizon. The cost of the deal wasn't disclosed, but Bloomberg reported in November 2013 that Intel wanted $500 million for the service. ... >>

Google Nexus 8 tablet to land mid-2014 with Intel 64-bit innards?

Google Nexus 8 tablet to land mid-2014 with Intel 64-bit innards?

By 21 January 2014

Google may be making plans to ditch Qualcomm as its chip provider in favour of Intel for the Nexus 8 tablet. According to hit-and-miss DigiTimes, "upstream supply chain" sources have made it clear the new Nexus 8 will be packing the Intel Bay Trail-T... >>

Geeksphone Revolution smartphone with dual-boot Android and Firefox OS spotted

Geeksphone Revolution smartphone with dual-boot Android and Firefox OS spotted

By 16 January 2014

Firefox OS might be a nice idea but to give up Android for it is a scary thought. That's why the Geeksphone has named this handset Revolution, to change users to Firefox OS but without losing Android, thanks to its dual-boot operating systems. Geeksphone... >>