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    Drones Are About To Get A Lot More Useful With LTE

    Right now, most drones we see are souped-up remote control helicopters, ranging from kids’ toys to high-powered hobbyist flyers. But, they could be a whole lot more. The biggest obstacle to maximizing drones’ potential is LTE connectivity, which is a little trickier than connecting devices on the ground. Intel and AT&T were at Mobile World […]

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    Intel is Helping to Usher in the Age of 5G

    Back when the 4G network standard was in its infancy, Intel ended up backing the wrong horse in WiMax connectivity. It was a heavy investment and a rare miss for the tech giant, as 4G LTE came to dominate the world of data networks. One can imagine that someone, somewhere at Intel said “never again.” […]

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    Intel Debuts EMOJI Wearables at Fashion Week

    Ever since Intel unveiled their tiny Curie module in January of 2015, they’ve become something of a mainstay at fashion shows around the world. After an impressive showing at New York Fashion Week in September of last year, Intel returned with Curie and some now-established fashion partners for the February edition of New York Fashion […]

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    HP’s Sprout Pro Brings 3D Scanning To The Classroom

    The original HP Sprout was a very different kind of all-in-one PC, thanks to an Intel RealSense camera and a built-in illuminator that could take 2D — and later 3D — scans of physical objects. That first model was aimed at enthusiasts and budding entrepreneurs looking to quickly make models and tinker with prototypes, which […]

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    Carbon Fiber YOGA 900S Is World’s Thinnest Convertible Laptop

    Just this past October, Lenovo announced the Yoga 900, their latest flagship 2-in-1 with the unique watchband 360-degree hinge that allows for thinner than usual devices. At CES 2016, they’re releasing a special edition of that notebook called the Yoga 900S, and it’s being targeted at travelers and on-the-go workers looking for lighter loads at […]

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    Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Has a Gorgeous OLED Display

    Want a notebook that can be used as a tablet, can connect to the internet from just about anywhere, has a top-of-the-line display, and is completely reliable at work? Not asking too much, right? Lenovo is delivering with the ThinkPad X1 Yoga at CES 2016, a 2-in-1 that combines the home use of the Yoga […]

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    Can The Microsoft Surface 3 Be Your One and Only?

    It’s been a few weeks since we started using Microsoft’s Surface 3, and we’ve been really impressed with its capability. It’s not their pro model, but it’s far from what we’d call “budget”. For the modest price, you really get a lot of machine. Our previous Surface 3 review covered the specs and features, while […]

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    Spending Time with the Microsoft Surface 3

    The new Surface, not to be confused with the Surface Pro, is one of Microsoft’s latest tablets, and despite its low price-point, it’s impressively capable. To that effect, Surface 3 replaces the previous generation of watered down RT models, making it Microsoft’s lightest, thinnest, and most affordable model. That said, Surface 3 is the best of both […]

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    Intel Builds a Tiny 210 Square Foot Smart Home

    We know what the smart home of the present looks like — a lot of different products with a lot of different control apps, which may or may not work well together. Intel’s been looking forward to the future of the smart home, and they’re putting it on display in their Tiny Home. The Intel […]

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    Intel Rolls Out Tiny, Cheap Development Board Made for Students

    Computer literacy and programming are becoming essential to K-12 education all over the world — with so many new and promising tech jobs opening up and the continued potential for entrepreneurship, it would be a great disservice to children to fail to prepare them to pursue those opportunities. But, schools have been slow to adopt […]

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    Lenovo Yoga Series Gets Revamped, Now More Powerful Than Ever 

    It’s that time of year for a new Yoga 2-in-1, and this year, Lenovo is shaking things up a bit. With the Yoga 900, Lenovo looks to tighten up its 2-in-1 slate of devices, moving away from the convertible-oriented Intel Core m processors to fully-fledged Core i notebook processors, opting for power and a slightly […]

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    Dell XPS 13 Finally Gets a Big Brother, the XPS 15

    For a few years now, the Dell XPS line has quietly impressed, giving us great notebooks and 2-in-1s in packages that were among the thinnest and lightest (if not top of the pack). That continues with Dell’s refreshed line of XPS devices, including the XPS 15, a machine both large and small in all the […]

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    Dell XPS 12 Takes On The Surface Pro

    Dell is releasing a brand new XPS 12 next month, but this is no hardware refresh. They’ve done away with easel hinge, creating a 2-in-1 more along the lines of what the Surface Pro offers, but with a 4k display that eclipses what the Surface Pro 4 has – even if we have our doubts […]

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    Smart Shape-Shifting Clothing Takes Over the Runway at NYFW

    Clothes that intelligently change form according to data taken from your body? That’s what’s possible thanks to 3D printing and a new hardware module from Intel that looks to change what our humble garments are capable of (so, more than just hanging on your body). Intel and fashion line Chromat are at New York Fashion […]