April 22 2014
Adobe today announced native packaging support of AIR applications for Intel® Architecture based Android devices. According to Adobe, they are responding to increasing developer demand for support of Intel® Atom™ processor-based devices. There are more than 50,000 unique AIR mobile applications published to the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, and Intel is excited about the opportunity this provides developers worldwide to publish new and existing content for the 40 million Intel-based tablets expected to ship this year. Adobe will be enabling developers with the ability to package their applications in both shared and captive modes. A beta version of the run-time featuring this capability will soon be available in the AIR SDK on Adobe Labs. The final version will be out with Adobe’s next major release of AIR, which will be published on the Google Play Store.
April 09 2014
The Internet of Things (IoT) has generated excitement and momentum across the world, and Intel is pleased to support Global IoT Day 2014. For IoT to reach its full potential innovators must address critical issues: bringing connectivity and intelligen…
March 27 2014
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers a tremendous opportunity for businesses to truly transform themselves by realizing the potential of data in existing, unconnected infrastructures. To support open interoperability standards and common architectures …
March 19 2014
Today Intel Corporation is announcing its development of three “hackathon” events in support of the White House’s Climate Data Initiative. During these events, Intel will join with local partners to sponsor engineering and computer science student tea…
February 26 2014
Edward Goldman, Intel IT’s CTO, has been named to the list of Computerworld’s 2014 Premier 100 IT Leaders. The annual list recognizes those who have mentored and motivated their IT teams with interesting challenges and effectively managed and executed IT strategies. When asked by Computerworld for his boldest IT prediction, Goldman said that the Internet of Things is “much more important to the future of business than we recognize” and that “when wearables, edge devices and handhelds really meet the future of business intelligence, our devices will be able to provide a true, dynamic user experience.”
February 26 2014
At Mobile World Congress 2014, AirWatch and Citrix became the latest companies to support Intel® Device Protection Technology (Intel® DPT). Intel DPT includes both security and manageability extensions for Android. The security extensions are …
February 25 2014
Educational technology empowers educators to improve learning outcomes and help students develop skills for the 21st century workforce. To enable schools to explore the benefits of educational technology, Acer and Intel are offering K-12 schools natio…
February 24 2014
Chip Shot: Latest Intel® Graphics Drivers Now Support Intel® Quick Sync Video on Pentium® and Celeron® Processors
Intel is adding support for Intel® Quick Sync Video on select Pentium® and Celeron® processors with the latest graphics driver available now. Additionally, this driver upgrade delivers enhanced quality for video conferencing and video capt…
February 24 2014
At IDF in September 2013, Intel announced it was working with key partners to bring 64-bit enterprise tablets to market. Last night at Mobile World Congress, HP introduced the first 64-bit Intel® Atom™ processor-based tablets, the HP ElitePad 1000 and the HP ProPad 600. Based on the 22nm Intel Atom processor Z3000 series, the 64-bit capability in these two new Windows* tablets allows IT departments to deliver enterprise-class applications and security across Windows PCs and tablets – speeding deployment and reducing total cost of ownership. The HP ElitePad is expected to be available in March for a starting price of $739. The HP ProPad is expected to be available in April. Pricing will be set closer to availability. Visit the Intel at Mobile World Congress press kit for more information.
February 19 2014
How can education be transformed to give students the skills that they need to succeed? According to Intel’s Sean Koehl, “flipped classrooms,” a new approach in which students watch lectures outside the classroom and use class time to collaborate on assignments with teachers, helps students develop the 21st century skills they need to thrive in the future information economy. Through Adaptive Learning environments based on Intel RealSense technology, Intel’s Open Lab is working to use technology to create more student-centered learning options. Learn more about Intel’s education work and the education solutions it creates.