ADVANCED TECH

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Mobile Eye for Self Driving Cars
Why Intel is paying $15.3 billion to buy Mobileye

Intel this morning agreed to buy Mobileye, a Jerusalem-based developer of systems for autonomous vehicles, for $15.3 billion. The question is why? Mobileye develops a range of autonomous-vehicle...


Home Tech: Nest
Home tech: What will it take to move beyond early adopters?

Looking to expand into connected-home technology? You might want take it slow. Only about 10 percent of households in the U.S., U.K. and Australia currently use connected-home solutions, finds a new...


Wearables
Wearables market up, server market down: reports

What’s going on with wearables and servers? Two new reports have the details. Here’s your solution provider’s update. Wearables To misquote Mark Twain, reports of the wearables market’s death have...


How Intel is laying the IoT foundation with 5G

Assuming the Internet of Things develops as expected, IoT sensors and other connected devices will soon be sending far more information than current data networks can handle. The solution? Many point...


Intel's Murthy Renduchintala, President of Client, IoT, Systems Infrastructure
5G: vital link for the Internet of Things

The era of 5G mobile data is about to begin. Some 50 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices are estimated to be coming online over the next 5 to 10 years. To serve them, faster, more efficient...


Intel adds 4 updates to Unite collaboration solution
Intel adds 4 updates to Unite collaboration solution

Collaboration is key to our modern way of working. And collaboration using a wide variety of PCs, tablets and smartphones. That’s where the Intel Unite collaboration solution comes in. Introduced in...


New Windows options for K-12 education
New Windows options for K-12 education

If you serve the K-12 education market, get ready for a new wave of Windows PCs designed to compete with Chromebooks. To be sure, school districts like Chromebooks, and no wonder. The devices are...


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