Intel

01.07.16
Intel's RealSense phone with Project Tango up for pre-order
01.07.16

Intel's RealSense phone with Project Tango up for pre-order

$399 secures your very own 3D camera-equipped phone.

By D. Hardawar,   01.07.16
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01.07.16
Recon's HUD mask transfers your gaming skills to paintball
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Recon's HUD mask transfers your gaming skills to paintball

You're still going to get hit in the crotch, but now it'll be captured on a GoPro.

By M. Smith,   01.07.16
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01.07.16
What you missed on day three at CES
01.07.16

What you missed on day three at CES

An all-electric Chevy Bolt, an insane passenger drone and Intel's new Computer Stick.

By S. Dent,   01.07.16
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01.06.16
A closer look at Intel and Xiaomi's Ninebot Segway Robot
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A closer look at Intel and Xiaomi's Ninebot Segway Robot

The elder statesman of personal mobility is back. With an emoji face.

By M. Smith,   01.06.16
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01.06.16
Intel's conceptual Adrenaline Dress gets upset when you do
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Intel's conceptual Adrenaline Dress gets upset when you do

Its built-in Curie module monitors your adrenaline and reacts accordingly.

By M. Smith,   01.06.16
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01.06.16
Intel's latest Compute Stick squeezes in Core M3, M5 chips
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Intel's latest Compute Stick squeezes in Core M3, M5 chips

The second-gen models might solve all the problems we had with the first Compute Stick.

By D. Hardawar,   01.06.16
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01.06.16
Heads-up displays come to paintball goggles
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Heads-up displays come to paintball goggles

Intel-owned wearables firm produces safety visor with a built-in screen.

By D. Cooper,   01.06.16
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01.05.16
Intel is taking its fight against GamerGate even further
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Intel is taking its fight against GamerGate even further

The company's diversity efforts are paying off and it plans to combat online harassment next.

By T. Seppala,   01.05.16
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01.05.16
Everything Intel ships this year will be conflict-mineral-free
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Everything Intel ships this year will be conflict-mineral-free

After years of work, Intel can finally say that nothing it sells uses conflict-minerals

By S. Buckley,   01.05.16
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