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    Intel Unveils Slate, a Fanless PC at Computex

    Computex is going down in Taipei, Taiwan this week. Computex is often overshadowed by bigger events like CES in January, but it does have one bit of significance – it’s usually when Intel trots out their new commercial processors for the year, and, more importantly for us, what Intel expects computers running on their processors […]

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    Surprise! Asia Has the Most Mobile Malware According to Intel

    McAfee is out to make digital security a lot easier and more accessible, with a couple new announcements at Mobile World Congress. Here’s the big one – a fully-featured suite of security software will be available for iOS and Android, completely free. McAfee Mobile Security has been out for a while and has garnered its […]

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    70% Of People Willing to Share Medical Information with a Smart Toilet

    Intel has released the results of a survey they conducted about what the good people of the world think technology’s role in health care will be in the future. Apparently, sharing is indeed caring. 84 percent of respondents said that they would agree to anonymously share their medical information, on the condition that it would […]

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    Win the Lenovo Yoga 11s 2 in 1 powered by Intel!

    The Lenovo Yoga 11s is one of the hottest 2 in 1 devices of the season. This versatile 2 in 1 can transform into tablet mode, laptop mode, and tent mode, making it a very versatile device. It’s also plenty powerful thanks to a 4th generation Intel Core processor. And what better way to celebrate […]

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    Guide to the Hottest Intel-powered Tablets for the Holidays

    In just a few short years, tablets have changed the way millions entertain themselves. Free time has been forever changed by those fun-sized computers, making it easier than ever to check out television shows, movies, ebooks, and games from the comfort of the couch. But, that’s not to say all tablets are created equally – […]

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    Intel Experience Store Tour [Nolita]

    When Intel announced that they were opening up several pop up shops around the country for the holidays, color us surprised. What could Intel’s very own experience shops have to offer that the likes of Best Buy, the Microsoft Store, and other retailers don’t already have? It turns out that Intel’s new experience shops, truly […]

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    Intel Opening Pop Up Stores

    Intel is opening up a few pop up stores across the nation to help consumers navigate the sea of Intel powered devices that are available this holiday season. The stores, which can be found opening up in Nolita in New York, Lincoln Park in Chicago, and Venice, CA over the next couple weeks, will feature […]

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    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Celebrate with a Lifehack

    Among doubtless many other things, October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. NCSAM started as a joint effort between the government and the tech industry, but this year, it’s just Intel and McAfee providing ‘digital lifehacks’ to ring in the occasion. Maybe because the government is too busy – you know what, I’m not even […]

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11s Ultrabook Review

    We have already talked about the great build quality, and unique form factor of the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11s when we recently reviewed the Yoga 11. But the Yoga 11 comes running Windows RT and is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. The Yoga 11S on the other hand is powered by a much […]

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    Evil Alien Mustaches are Stars of the Power Inside Movie [Trailer]

    Intel and Toshiba are partnering up to make a movie. About what, you ask? Evil mustache aliens, of course. This is the third year of Inside Films, a joint project by Toshiba and Intel to create entertainment that the viewer can take part in, which they call ‘social film.’ Last year’s entry, The Beauty Inside, […]

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    What Intel Haswell Means for This Year’s New Batch of Ultrabooks

    While they haven’t been much of a secret lately, Computex 2013 was more or less the coming out party for Intel’s 4th generation of core processors, known better as Haswell. Loads of ultrabooks and hybrids running on Haswell chips were announced this week. So, what’s the deal with this 4th generation of Intel core processors?

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    Experience Intel Brings the Latest Ultrabooks to Your City

    Intel is taking their latest Ultrabooks on a tour around the world. Yesterday in New York, the company launched “Experience Intel. Look Inside” which gives consumers in 8 cities, access to their latest smartphones, tablets and laptops. Inside you’ll find the hottest and newest Intel powered devices, including Intel’s newest Ultrabook convertibles. We visited the […]

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    Lenovo Lynx Convertible Tablet Review

    The laptop and tablet is changing drastically and devices like the Lenovo Lynx could very well be the future of computing. Lynx is an 11.6 inch “tablet” packing the power and capabilities of a laptop. It runs a full version of Windows 8 and will pretty much run any windows application. Now get this: the […]