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July 03 2013

Fortinet to Announce Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results

Fortinet to Announce Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results …read more Via: Shareholder

July 02 2013

Nine HIPAA Network Considerations

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Omnibus Final Rule, released January 2013, introduced some significant changes [...] …read more Via: Cisco Security Blog

July 01 2013

Chip Shot: Intel® System Studio Extended to Linux* Embedded App Developers

Intel is expanding its Intel

Industry News

October 31 2014

Chip Shot: Intel ENCORE Awarded for Creative Approach to Retirement

Intel’s ENCORE retiree program was honored by Experience Matters, an organization which connects passionate individuals with nonprofits that require unique talent. Intel was recognized for its unprecedented investment in the greater Phoenix community through an innovative program that transitions its retired employees into meaningful work in the nonprofit sector. This video tells the story of Surinder Tuli, an Intel retiree, and how he converted his engineering talents into blessings for the United Way in Mesa, Arizona.

October 31 2014

Chip Shot: Intel ‘Make it Wearable’ Challenge Teams Create Wearables to Address Health, Safety and Well-Being

BABYBE (Chile) and BabyGuard (China) are two entries in the Intel “Make it Wearable” challenge that address the health and safety of babies and mothers. BABYBE connects babies in the NICU with their mothers by sharing the mother’s heart beat and biorhythms to the baby in real time. BabyGuard monitors the health of the expectant mother and her baby to provide real-time information between doctor visits. For sports enthusiasts, First V1sion (Spain) is a broadcast system that allows the player’s point of view to be shown in sports. And Snowcookie (Poland) monitors user’s’ kinetics and physiology and crowd sources ski data to enhance safety, improve technique and connect winter sports enthusiasts. Lastly, the Arc Pendant is a smart pendant that guides using directional haptic or touch feedback, understands voice commands and monitors the body. The 10 final teams find out on Monday if they win the $500,000 grand prize in the Intel “Make it Wearable” challenge. Get more information and see finalist videos in the Wearables press kit.

 

October 30 2014

Chip Shot: You’ve Got to ‘Hand’ it to Them – Blocks, Wristify and ProGlove Shine as they Compete for $500k Intel Prize

Teams Blocks (UK), Wristify (US) and ProGlove (Germany) have created wearables that can be worn on the hands or wrists. They find out on Monday if they win the $500,000 grand prize in the Intel “Make it Wearable” challenge. BLOCKS allows the wearer to choose the different blocks that he/she needs to create a unique wearable band. The Wristify band provides natural refreshing coolness or soothing warmth to the wearer on demand. And ProGlove is a professional wearable production tool that enables the user to work faster, more safely and easier. Get more information and see finalist videos in the Wearables press kit.

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October 30 2014

Ensuring Security and Trust Stewardship and Accountability

In our increasingly interconnected world, the Internet of Everything is making trust a critical element of how people use network-connected [...]

October 30 2014

Media Alert: Young Innovators from around the World Showcase Top Business Plans in Silicon Valley

WHAT:Innovative business plans from young entrepreneurs around the world will be on display next week as part of the Intel® Global Challenge. This competition is designed to motivate young entrepreneurs to develop promising technologies that solve…