How Safe Is Your Phone? Learn How To Protect Your Most Prized Device
If you’re like most people, then you’ve developed more than a passing crush on your mobile device. This deep emotional connection stems from the collection of photos, texts and other memories, not to mention it being the lifeline to your lifestyle-affirming social networks.
What would you do if you lost it, or even worse, you got hacked? The first thing most of us would do is send a mass email to all of our contacts apologizing profusely for all the spam they’re about to get, but what if you could avoid that dilemma (and getting hacked) in the first place?
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How Intel Does the Harlem Shake
With over 12,000 different versions, there’s no doubt that “Harlem Shake” videos are taking the web by storm this week. In what many are calling the next halloween costumes viral hit, Harlem Shake iterations are popping up increasing numbers by the day on YouTube. There’s no sense in sitting out on all this fun, so here at Intel we decided to join the Harlem Shake craze and create our own version.
DJ Tech: Turntablism Transforms With the Push of a Button
How Intel Helps Stephen Hawking Communicate With The World
“When Hawking turned 71 on January 8th, Intel announced the company will develop a new system that will give him the ability to communicate faster, even as his disease progresses. Hawkings controls his current computer through cheek movements; the movement triggers an infrared switch attached to his glasses that allows him to select the characters of individual words on a www.parties.com in front of him. The process allows Hawkings to create a word a letter at a time, which is inefficient even with an iPhone-like autocomplete feature. Once he has constructed a sentence at about one word per minute, a digital voice synthesizer can speak it for him, allowing him to give lectures and talks.”
Rich, Powerful and Skinny Is In
A whole host of new laptops and tablets will deliver richer mobile computing experiences in thin, elegant and increasingly convertible and detachable designs. Powered by the amazing performance of the new Intel® Core™ Processor family that requires much less power, which means the companies making these devices can make them slimmer and lighter than ever. Some convertible Ultrabook™ designs will be 17mm thin, including a 10mm tablet, weighing only three pounds with more than double the battery life as compared to what is available on today’s most advanced laptops allowing you to finally leave your power brick at home.
Who’s going to CES this year? Check out what to expect this year:
“The biggest gadget showdown of the year is quickly approaching! CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, will be coming to Las Vegas next week for what should be a strong display of new tech from industry heavyweights and newcomers alike. If you feel like you’re out of the loop on the latest devices, then just [click through] for [a] roundup of what’s sure to be a hot CES.”