Intel’s itty-bitty Curie CPU for wearables is coming to Arduino early next year

Rubric: Intel | 16 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Intel’s itty-bitty Curie CPU for wearables is coming to Arduino early next year

Intel Aims Wearable-Class Curie Module At Students With Arduino 101 Board. The world first met Intel’s tiny Curie platform when it was a button on a sports jacket, but the reality of the tiny connected computer brain will, at least initially, be far more pedestrian and perhaps more tangible for millions of students around the world.This year at CES, Intel introduced Curie — a button-sized system-on-chip module made for low-power wearables — but the company was mum on what would be the first products to use it. It might not be cute as a button, but Intel’s button-sized Curie Compute Module (just a fancy name for a new SoC) promises to greatly advance the low-power wearables market.Intel’s ...

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‘PC Does What?': Microsoft, Intel, HP, Dell and Lenovo Launch Big Ad Campaign

Rubric: Intel | 16 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
‘PC Does What?': Microsoft, Intel, HP, Dell and Lenovo Launch Big Ad Campaign

‘PC Does What?': Microsoft, Intel, HP, Dell and Lenovo Launch Big Ad Campaign. SO many people have gone so long without buying a new personal computer that the industry’s biggest players are trying something different: a quirky advertising campaign. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 15, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Dell, HP, Intel, Lenovo and Microsoft are collaborating for the first time on a joint advertising campaign that showcases the exciting innovation in today’s newest personal computers (PCs). Rival PC makers Hewlett-Packard, Dell and Lenovo are joining forces with Microsoft and Intel to revive languishing PC sales with ads that don’t promote specific brands. The combination of Intel’s ...

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Microsoft, Dell, HP, Intel, and Lenovo launch massive ‘PC Does What …

Rubric: Intel | 15 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft, Dell, HP, Intel, and Lenovo launch massive ‘PC Does What …

Back off, tablets: PC companies plan a $70M ad campaign. SAN FRANCISCO • So many people have gone so long without buying a new personal computer that the industry’s biggest players are trying something different: a quirky advertising campaign. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 15, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Dell, HP, Intel, Lenovo and Microsoft are collaborating for the first time on a joint advertising campaign that showcases the exciting innovation in today’s newest personal computers (PCs). Microsoft and its partners are planning to a huge advertising blitz that is aimed at educating the masses about Windows 10 and the various devices coming out that supports the new operating system. The combination ...

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Intel Inside The $1800 Tag Heuer Android Watch

Rubric: Intel | 13 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Intel Inside The $1800 Tag Heuer Android Watch

A First Look at the Most Expensive Android Wear Watch Ever Made. “Tag Heuer is pushing the Swiss avant-garde limits even further with the Tag Heuer Connected,” the website reads. “Tradition meets innovation, craftsmanship meets savoir-faire, and bold style meets breakthrough technology.” There’s also a new, shadowy image that depicts a small section of the watch, which shows that the device has a dedicated button. Dubbed Carrera Wearable 01, the watch will also be the first smartwach to pack an Intel processor, meaning that it should offer functions and features over and above what’s already out there. Tag Heuer’s tweet introduced the image by saying, “Get ready to experience ...

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Dear Google: Intel Can Build Your $50 Android One Phone

Rubric: Intel | 6 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Dear Google: Intel Can Build Your $50 Android One Phone

Google ordered to correct anti-monopoly violations – Russian watchdog. Google has recently been found guilty of abusing its dominant position on the market and ordered to alter its contracts with mobile manufacturers to remedy the situation, the Russian anti-monopoly body said on Monday.Moscow • Russia’s antitrust regulator has ordered Google to amend agreements with smartphone producers that it said disadvantage third-party applications on devices running the Android operating system. Mountain View, Calif.-based Google is abusing its market dominance through Android, the regulator ruled last month after a complaint from local search engine provider Yandex, which has been losing market ...

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Microsoft buys game physics company Havok from Intel

Rubric: Intel | 3 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft buys game physics company Havok from Intel

Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel. The software, which you might recall from the mere two-second flash of a logo at the start of most games, has been used on over 600 titles in the past decade, including first-party games from Sony and Nintendo. “As we welcome Havok to the Microsoft family, we will continue to work with developers to create great gaming experiences, and continue to license Havok’s development tools to partners”, reads the announcement post. With the company’s renewed focus on PC gaming, it only makes sense to have such powerful tools available for little to no cost – and Havok won’t just affect the PC side of gaming, either. In ...

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Microsoft acquires Irish 3D physics provider Havok from Intel

Rubric: Intel | 3 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft acquires Irish 3D physics provider Havok from Intel

Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel. Redmond-based technology major Microsoft on Saturday said that it has acquired Irish video game engine and 3D physics provider Havok from American chip-maker Intel. “Havok is an amazing technology supplier in the games industry and the leading real-time physics creator. Havok, whose business model involves licensing its physics technology to developers, was founded in 1998 in Dublin, before being purchased by Intel in 2007 to accelerate its play in the gaming market. In a short blog post, Microsoft called Havok the “leading provider of 3D physics.” That’s the core of this; Microsoft, as a company, is working ...

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Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel

Rubric: Intel | 3 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel

Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel. Microsoft (MSFT +0.9%) has bought Havok, developer of a widely-used 3D physics engine and related tools for game developers, from Intel (INTC +0.7%) for an undisclosed sum.”Havok is an amazing technology supplier in the games industry and the leading real-time physics creator,” Microsoft said in a blog post announcing the purchase. “We saw an opportunity to acquire Havok to deliver great experiences for our fans.” Microsoft uses Havok in its popular Halo series of games, but many other leading games companies have also licensed Havok’s software over the years – including Activision, EA, ...

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Intel is selling Havok to Microsoft

Rubric: Intel | 3 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Intel is selling Havok to Microsoft

Microsoft Buys Havok From Intel. Microsoft announced today that it had purchased Havok Software from Intel. Microsoft (MSFT +0.9%) has bought Havok, developer of a widely-used 3D physics engine and related tools for game developers, from Intel (INTC +0.7%) for an undisclosed sum.“As we welcome Havok to the Microsoft family, we will continue to work with developers to create great gaming experiences, and continue to license Havok’s development tools to partners. The company, which was previously owned by Intel, has helped to recreate the realistic physics in top franchises like Halo, Assassins Creed, Call of Duty and Destiny. We believe that Havok is a fantastic addition to Microsoft’s ...

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It’s NOT Intel Inside Microsoft’s New Windows 10 Lumia Phones

Rubric: Intel | 1 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
It’s NOT Intel Inside Microsoft’s New Windows 10 Lumia Phones

BlackBerry’s Collapse Leaves Room for Microsoft’s Lumia. New Delhi: Microsoft’s online store in the UK accidentally listed the long-rumoured Lumia 950 and 950 XL smartphones that come packed with the latest Windows 10 mobile OS. On Wednesday, a number of Microsoft users took to the company’s support forums to ask about a mysterious update, KB3877432, which identified itself as a language pack for Windows 7.While BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the phone maker’s sales were “bottoming out” this spring, they really bottomed out last week, with BlackBerry selling only 800,000 handsets in the past quarter. Twitter user David Gilbert tweeted the screenshots of the listing ...

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