Tag: intel

Intel Remote Keyboard removed from the Play Store due to unfixed bugs

A few years ago, Intel launched the Remote Keyboard app meant for the NUC and Computer Stick. As with thousands of other apps, it...

Intel’s new Vaunt glasses will do less, but is already better than Google Glass

“Less is more” is an interesting idea when talking about smart eyeglasses. Google Glass – after all the hype had faded – became nothing...

Meltdown, Spectre CPU security flaws presented by Google

Google introduced Project Zero Prize, a bug hacking contest, over a year ago with the goal of squashing all the possible bugs available on...

Intel’s Movidius VPU powers the Google Clips camera

If you were one of those who watched the recent Google press event which launched its new products, you would have noticed the new...
TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45

TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Smartwatch officially announced

After more than a year, luxury watch maker TAG Heuer has come up with a new smartwatch. We were waiting for this announcement since...

New Balance RunIQ smartwatch introduced, powered by Intel Atom

We knew this one is coming because earlier at the CES 2017 event, we featured this Intel-engineered wearable from New Balance. The lifestyle brand...

Intel announces its first 5G modem, 5Gbps download speeds to launch late 2017

Intel is preparing for the influx of “billions” of IoT (internet-of-things) devices in 2017 and onwards, and for that the internet needs to be...

Intel-engineered New Balance RunIQ revealed at CES 2017

This is the first time we're featuring something related to sneaker brand New Balance. No, there's no hi-tech sneakers designed by the company but...

Intel possibly moving away from wearables, layoffs imminent

There’s some strong indications that Intel will be moving away from the wearables business. In their defense, it’s a difficult niche to be profitable...

Intel bets on USB Type-C headphones despite initial pushback

From the evidences of reader reactions on articles about smartphone manufacturers ditching the 3.5mm audio headphone jack in favor of pushing the audio output...

Intel backing out of smartphone and tablet market, cancels SoFIA, Broxton chips

We have major movement in Intel’s future market strategy, and it looks like it’s not going to include smartphones and tablets. It seems that...

Intel proposing to replace 3.5mm jack with the new USB Type-C tech for audio

USB Type-C has yet become a standard in electronics and mobile devices but we're looking forward to that future where connectivity and cable compatibility...