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    Spring Forward with a New PC! Win an Asus TAICHI Ultrabook

    Spring is in the air, and that means that it’s time for a good spring cleaning. But it’s not just your closet that could use a good cleaning, but perhaps your technology too. And for some, that just might mean getting a new PC. Not sure if it’s time for an upgrade? You might want […]

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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 […]

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    Intel and 10×10 Inspire with Girl Rising Premiere at Sundance

    Yesterday at the Sundance Film Festival, Intel got together with 10×10 to release the official trailer for Girl Rising, a documentary about nine girls from different parts of the world who are fighting for themselves and girls everywhere to get access to the education and opportunities they deserve. The film is going to see release […]

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S is World’s First Mini Ultrabook

    If you liked the idea of Lenovo’s hybrid, the IdeaPad Yoga, you’ll probably like the fact that it’s about to get thinner, smaller, and lighter. The 17.2 mm thick, 3.08 pound hybrid tablet/ultrabook IdeaPad Yoga 11S is the same as its larger, 13” predecessor in design, with a hinge that allows you to fold the […]

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    Intel Shows Off North Cape 4th Gen Ultrabook Reference Design

    Hot on the heels of a year full of innovation for the Ultrabook category, at CES 2013 Intel is talking about their plans for their next gen of Ultrabooks, powered by 4th gen core processors – codenamed Haswell. Haswell is just a few months away, and it is the first product line that was designed […]

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    David Blaine Gets Electrified By Ultrabooks, Invites You to Join In

    Appropriately enough, David Blaine no longer completely goes by the title of magician anymore. Blaine has a more reliable trick up his sleeve. The “endurance artist” will soon set out to endure yet another challenge, asking people to question the notion and limits, but probably succeeding more in getting people to question why anyone would […]

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    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge: Week 7

    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge is a unique competition where 6 developers go head to head to develop the ultimate Ultrabook app. I am participating as a judge in the competition, and over the past couple of weeks I have been following the progress of these developers as they worked to complete the ultimate Ultrabook app. Believe it […]

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    IDF 2012 Wrap-Up with Hands-on Video

      Intel’s Developer Forum (AKA IDF 2012) in San Francisco has just wrapped up, and this year Intel used the conference as a platform to show off what will be hot in computing over the next 12 months. On the show floor Intel was showing off all sorts of new form-factors, from a myriad of PC […]

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    Adaptive All-in-One Desktops: A New Species of Computing

    There is a new hybrid of computers soon to be released into the wild: The Adaptive All-in-One Desktop. This concept basically takes the current all-in-one, like an iMac, and adds multi-touch capabilities and a more portable form factor. While some of the Adaptive AOIs differ in function, the one that caught our eye is the […]

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    Intel Shows Off Next-Generation of Coca-Cola Machines

    FINALLY, it seems that vending machines will be catching up with the tech-world we live in today. Ever ask yourself why you still need cash and change to use a vending machine? Where’s the credit card love? Intel has thrusted vending machines to the next level with their latest Coca-Cola machine, already released in South […]

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    Intel Shows off Future of Shopping and Other Innovative Designs

    It’s just day one here at Intel’s Developer Forum, and we’ve already seen quite a few futuristic and innovative design concepts. A lot of what we’ve seen is technology you may expect from the future, but it’s neat to see it in action. So far we’ve seen: Interactive Shopping, Line of Sight Marketing, Situational Sensitive […]

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    Turn Any Wall into a Full-Sized Touch Screen Display with Kinect

    Here we are at Day 1 of Intel Developer Forum witnessing some fabulous proof-of-concept designs. The first concept to really catch our eye is Intel’s “Display without Boundaries”, where Intel turns any surface into a fully capable multi-touch screen. That means you can turn any wall, table, or item into a touch-screen device that recognizes […]

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    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge: Week 4

    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge is a unique competition where 6 developers go head to head to develop the ultimate Ultrabook app. I am participating as a judge in the competition, and over the past few weeks, I have been following the progress of these developers as they work to complete the ultimate Ultrabook app. Time sure is […]

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    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge: Week 2

    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge is a unique competition where 6 developers go head to head to develop the ultimate Ultrabook app. The challenge will continue to take place over the next 5 weeks, as six developers work to develop apps that take full advantage of the performance advances, graphic prowess, and touch and sensor technologies […]

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    Intel Challenges 6 Developers to Make the Ultimate Ultrabook App

    Intel’s Ultimate Coder Challenge is a unique competition where 6 developers go head to head to develop the ultimate Ultrabook app. But I like to think of it as the coders version of Top Chef. The challenge will take place over the next 6 weeks, as six developers work to develop apps that take full […]

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    Intel Takes Us On a Trip Down Gadget Memory Lane

    There is no denying it, but we get crazy nostalgic around old gadgets. For this reason, a recent Intel Ultrabook event really captured our attention. At the event, Intel was busy showing off their latest 3rd generation of Ultrabooks. These Ivy Bridge powered systems are quite powerful for such little guys. And it’s really easy […]