Articles about Intel (page 13)

Intel Will Invest $250 Million To Develop Self-Driving Cars
Intel made an important announcement at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The company’s CEO Brian Krzanich revealed during his keynote speech that Intel is going to invest more than $250 million over the next two years to develop self-driving cars. That’s a big chunk of money and it shows that Intel is very serious about competing in the automobile market of the future. It’s certainly not the only company spending […]

Possible Reason Why The MacBook Pros Are Capped At 16GB RAM
It seems that when the new MacBook Pros were revealed, there are some users who were disappointed that the max the laptop’s RAM could be set at was 16GB. When a customer reached out to Phil Schiller, he responded by saying that having more than 16GB of RAM would basically result in a laptop that isn’t as energy efficient.

Intel Capital Announces $38 million Investments in 12 Startups
Today at its Global Summit in San Diego, Intel Capital announced $38 million of new investments in 12 startups that develop technology I four categories: autonomous machines, data and connectivity, sports and health and virtual reality.According to the company, the 17th Intel Capital Global Summit gathers nearly 1,000 entrepreneurs, investors and technology business executives who will help create the future of technology. Among the distinguished speakers are Salesforce CEO Mark […]

iPhone 7 With Qualcomm Modems Have Seemingly Better Reception
With the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple made some changes under the hood which saw the company turn to the use of both Qualcomm and Intel modems for some models of the device. Prior to this, Apple had pretty much used Qualcomm’s modems exclusively. When it was discovered that Intel’s modems are being used, we also wondered how this might impact performance.

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Intel Unveils Its Own Falcon 8+ Commercial Drone
Intel might be known as a company that manufactures computer processors, but given the state of technology these days, sticking to one product is not really an option. This is why it isn’t surprising to see that Intel has actually branched out into drones, and we’re not talking about reference designs or chipsets for drones, but an actual Intel-branded drone called the Falcon 8+.

Lenovo’s LaVie Smart Mirror Makes Use Of Intel’s RealSense Cameras
[CEATEC 2016] Taking a final look in the mirror before heading out is something that we’re sure many of us are accustomed to doing. However in this day and age, simple tasks can always be enhanced and improved upon thanks to technology. Lenovo has an idea and that is with its LaVie smart mirror.

Best Buy Lists 27-inch iMac With Intel’s Kaby Lake Processor
It has been a while since the iMac has been refreshed. To be more specific it has nearly been a year since the last refresh, which means that it is possible that Apple could be announcing something soon, but could Best Buy have accidentally revealed what Apple has in store for the iMac refresh?

Intel’s Wearable Shows A Model’s Stress Levels On The Runway
There are some people who think that being a model is easy. You show up, people dress you up, they put your makeup on, they do your hair, and all you have to do is walk down a runway a couple of times, get your photo taken, and that’s done. However for those in the industry, you guys probably know it isn’t as easy as it seems.

Oakley’s Radar Pace Smart Sunglasses Will Be Going On Sale October 1
The idea of smart glasses isn’t new. In fact one of the more prominent examples of smart glasses would be Google Glass. It boasted an interesting premise and had a lot of potential, although safe to say that the hype has died down somewhat. However Oakley’s is looking to bring back the trend with its Radar Pace smart sunglasses.

iPhone 7 Teardown Confirms Use Of Intel’s Model
There have been rumors that suggested that Apple could be using Intel and Qualcomm modems for the iPhone 7/7 Plus. Recently it has been hinted that could be the case, but in case allusions and hints weren’t enough, a teardown conducted by the folks at Chipworks has pretty much confirmed that Intel’s modems are present on the iPhone 7.

Some iPhone 7 Models Are Apparently Packing Intel’s Modems
For the longest time ever, Apple has relied on Qualcomm for its LTE modems. However rumors from earlier this year suggested that both Intel and Qualcomm could be supplying the modems, which shouldn’t really be surprising as Apple has typically favored diversifying their suppliers so as not to have too much reliance on one of them.

Intel Gets Low-Power Vision Technology From Movidius Acquisition
Intel is acquiring Movidius, a chip-maker known for the Myriad series of SoC specialized in vision and deep learning inference workload at low power. Intel’s main stated reason for buying Movidius is to strengthen its Intel Realsense technology which relies on enhanced webcams (color+depth) to let computers know what their surrounding is like.

Intel Could Be Making Apple’s A-Series Chipsets In The Future
When it comes to mobile, Qualcomm is the clear leader for mobile chipsets. Intel has tried their hand at trying to get in on the market, but it’s safe to say that they haven’t really had much success, at least not on the same level that they have had with their computer chips, but all of that could change soon.

2016 MacBook Pro Might Not Feature Intel’s Kaby Lake Processors
While not exactly a rumor, given Intel’s refresh of their Core processors, it has been assumed that this year’s MacBook Pro refresh could be packing the company’s latest Kaby Lake processors which were recently shown off during IDF. However it seems that assuming the MacBook Pro is refreshed this year, there’s a good chance it will not pack the latest processors from Intel.