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Tag: Intel

Angry Birds Gets an Intel Theme on Facebook

Angry Birds Gets an Intel Theme on Facebook
If you’re a fan of Angry Birds, and you must absolutely play every available level for the game, you’ll definitely want to check out the new Intel branded version of the popular game on Facebook. In the Intel Angry Birds game, the birds follow those dastardly green pigs inside the brains of an computer.

Intel Experiment Says “Break Glass for Ultrabook”

Intel Experiment Says “Break Glass for Ultrabook”
If you were strolling through an airport and saw a glass cube sitting there with an Ultrabook inside what would you think? What if that cube was made from safety glass and had an inscription saying something to the effect of “Break Glass for Ultrabook,” would you crush the glass and take the computer?

Intel Offers Overclocking Warranty for its Processors: Modders Rejoice!

Intel Offers Overclocking Warranty for its Processors: Modders Rejoice!
If you are a hard-core overclocker ready to grab up a new Intel processor, you will so jizz your pants at this. Intel has announced that it is now offering an add-on warranty on certain Core processors that will replace it – even if your overclocking kills the CPU.

Intel Nikiski Laptop Gets Transparent Touchpad, Lets You See Through to Your Crotch

Intel Nikiski Laptop Gets Transparent Touchpad, Lets You See Through to Your Crotch
While I’m the first to admit that I don’t spend much time looking at my keyboard or touchpad, since I touch type, there’s a reason for having them visible, especially when it’s late at night and you can’t find the right keys.

Robots Do the Darnedest Things

Robots Do the Darnedest Things
Robots have been among us in various ways for hundreds of years – from the earliest automata in the 15th century to today’s modern humanoid ‘bots. But if you think that robots are only used for assembling cars or as kid’s toys, you’ve been missing out.

My Hexapod Robot is Smarter than Your Hexapod Robot

My Hexapod Robot is Smarter than Your Hexapod Robot
Matt Bunting is a roboticist for the University of Arizona and he built a hexapod robot that uses artificial intelligence programming to learn how to move. In essence, it’s probably the smartest hexapod ‘bot out there.

Computer Parts Robot Has Intel and AMD in Its Bloodstream

Computer Parts Robot Has Intel and AMD in Its Bloodstream
I always wonder what to do with all the bits and pieces of obsolete technology I have lying around. Sure, I donate what I can to schools, but I’ve even been turned down there when the tech is too old or unwieldy.

Intel Demos Light Peak, Has Cable Manufacturers Drooling

Intel Demos Light Peak, Has Cable Manufacturers Drooling
If you’ve been browsing tech blogs anytime during the past week, then you’ve heard the rumors that Apple will soon unveil upgrades to their MacBook Pro lineup, with one of the upgrades being Light Peak, an fiber optic interface that’s being pitted against USB 3.0.

Razer Switchblade is an Awesome Portable Gaming Concept

Razer Switchblade is an Awesome Portable Gaming Concept
I am a big fan of Razer gaming gear for the computer going way back. The last thing I would have expected to see from Razer at CES was a concept for gaming that is not a controller, but rather a full portable PC for mobile gaming.

Intel Wireless Display: Hands-on Review

Intel Wireless Display: Hands-on Review
Intel’s Wireless Display technology was created to allow laptop users to transmit video and sound from their computers to television screens wirelessly. I recently had a chance to put the tech through its paces, and would like to share my experiences with you.

Herb the Butler Robot Will Eventually Do Your Bidding

Herb the Butler Robot Will Eventually Do Your Bidding
While most of us agree that it will take a while before we have robots to do our chores, it looks like things are moving the right direction for all us slackers, thanks to this new butler robot, simply called HERB.

Intel Gets Half a Clue, Relaxes Screen Limits for Atom N550

Intel Gets Half a Clue, Relaxes Screen Limits for Atom N550
Over the years, I have often stood back and wondered when Intel was going to get a clue. Take for instance the complaining and whining the company did about netbooks cannibalizing the sales of its more profitable chips.

Mac Pro With Core I7 Processor Due on March 16? [Rumor]

Mac Pro With Core I7 Processor Due on March 16? [Rumor]
ZD Net‘s Adrian Kingsley-Hughes not only has a fancy upper-crusty name, he has some sweet sources as well, sources who have whispered in his ear that next week, March 16th,  Apple is going to unveil a Mac Pro configuration that carries Intel’s six core, 3.33 GHz Core i7-980x.

Intel Inside Casinos: Smarter Ways of Taking Your Money

Intel Inside Casinos: Smarter Ways of Taking Your Money
Dhiram over at Newlaunches spotted this Intel video showing the company’s vision of a modern-day casino, one that can be managed remotely, has electronic card tables, Core2Duo-powered slot machines and even handheld gambling devices. It’s all fancy tech, but I don’t think the current gambling generation will be so impressed or welcoming of the improvements on their end.

Intel Digital Signage Concept: an Advertisement More Powerful Than Your Laptop

Intel Digital Signage Concept: an Advertisement More Powerful Than Your Laptop
If Intel has its way, your idle time at airports, train stations, and other public places will be less idle and have more window shopping. The chip giant is recently showed off a proof of concept digital signage at the National Retail Federation Convention & Expo.

Microvision and Intel Demo Pocket Projector Game Controller

Microvision and Intel Demo Pocket Projector Game Controller
I’ll start out by saying that I’m really not all that excited by all the pocket projectors that have started to flood the market. At least not yet. I mean really, how many of us really need a tiny dim projector when we’ve got giant 60-inch LCDs and Plasmas in our living rooms these days.