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Intel AI drives facial recognition wheelchair for a new era of automated mobility
Intel AI drives facial recognition wheelchair for a new era of automated mobility By Rik Henderson

What better way to celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities than with an example of how tech can greatly enhance lives.... Read more

Intel 3D XPoint memory 1,000 times faster than flash due this year, 8K gaming incoming
Intel 3D XPoint memory 1,000 times faster than flash due this year, 8K gaming incoming By Luke Edwards

For the first time in 25 years a new memory category has been created by Intel, and it's 1,000 times faster than NAND.Intel says its new 3D XPoint memory... Read more

Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake processors are coming this year
Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake processors are coming this year By Luke Edwards

Intel has officially announced its next generation of advanced processors that it's calling Kaby Lake.The Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake processors will go into... Read more

How Intel wants to change BMX and action sports: Accurate trick-tracking could come to pro competitions by 2016
How Intel wants to change BMX and action sports: Accurate trick-tracking could come to pro competitions by 2016 By Mike Lowe

At a developer forum you don't expect to watch BMX pros front-flipping over a ramp. But that's exactly what we were treated to on the third floor of the... Read more

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 Luke Edwards

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,... Read more

New Google Glass rumoured to arrive in 2015 with Intel innards
New Google Glass rumoured to arrive in 2015 with Intel innards By Luke Edwards

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... Read more

What is Intel's Make it Wearable contest and which wearables won?
What is Intel's Make it Wearable contest and which wearables won? By Elyse Betters

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... Read more

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 Luke Edwards

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... Read more

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 Luke Edwards

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... Read more

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 Luke Edwards

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.... Read more

Intel debuts SD card-sized computer called Edison (video)
Intel debuts SD card-sized computer called Edison (video) By Jake Smith

A research team at Intel has developed an SD card-sized computer that has a long-ranging list of use cases, including with computers, phones, coffee makers,... Read more

Intel has come up with a processor powered by wine
Intel has come up with a processor powered by wine By Luke Edwards

Yes you read that right, there is a chip in existence that is juiced by the fermented juice of grapes. Or, more accurately, the reaction of the wine's... Read more

Intel CEO unveils Quark chip, the future of wearable tech, shown off in a bracelet concept
Intel CEO unveils Quark chip, the future of wearable tech, shown off in a bracelet concept By Mike Lowe

Intel's new CEO, Brian Krzanich, announced Quark - not to be confused with the Star Trek character - a new chip with a core one fifth the size of Intel's... Read more

Intel president: wearable tech to 'transform every area of our lives', demoes silicon-on-skin concept
Intel president: wearable tech to 'transform every area of our lives', demoes silicon-on-skin concept By Mike Lowe

Wearable tech is the buzz word in 2013. And Intel is right behind, adding to that buzz as it shows off smaller and smaller technologies able to realise... Read more

Supercapacitor could see your phone charged in 20 seconds, teenager wins Intel Award
Supercapacitor could see your phone charged in 20 seconds, teenager wins Intel Award By Elyse Betters

A California teenager has won Intel's coveted Young Scientist Award for inventing an energy storage device that could fully charge a smartphone battery... Read more

Intel's future: Seeing through rain, 360 wireless display, and virtual dressing rooms
Intel's future: Seeing through rain, 360 wireless display, and virtual dressing rooms By Chris Hall

Intel has shown off some of the plans it has for the future, demonstrated along with various partners today in London, UK. While there are plenty of the... Read more