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    Create.Work.Inspire. – Interview with Lauren Stec, Graphics Designer

    Dell and Intel are busy showing off the new Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook this weekend at the Create.Work.Inspire. event in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This time around, the Dell XPS 13 has been actively used in the creative process of development and production for Japanese band, The Suzan’s new music video. We sat down with graphic designer, […]

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    Check Out the Dell XPS 13 at Create.Work.Inspire. with Intel

    This Thursday Dell and Intel head back to New York City for their third Create.Work.Inspire event. This time the XPS 13 Ultrabook takes center stage as a key player in the creation of a music video for Japanese rock band, The Suzan. We’ll be on hand and behind the scenes, watching as the Create.Work.Inspire uses the […]

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    Lenovo K800 is an Intel Powered Android, the First of Many

    It looks as though Intel and Motorola Mobility have begun what looks like a beautiful friendship with a multi-year and multi-device partnership starting with the Lenovo K800. It is a smartphone based on Intel technology while running on the Android platform. It will be available in the second quarter of this year in China. This […]

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    Durabook R13C Convertible Notebook Will Survive Any Mission: Impossible

    Most people wouldn’t list Military Standard certifications for durability as an important feature when shopping for laptops, but then again, the Durabook R13C Convertible Notebook isn’t for most people. This nigh-indestructible laptop can be converted into a tablet on the fly, and will stand up to virtually any punishment anyone can dish out.

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    Intel and Vice Bring the Creators Project Back to New York

    Arts, Music, and Technology — what more could we want? The Creators Project  is “a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, culture and technology.” The Multi-Day exhibition has been making its way around the world for over a year already. We had the pleasure of checking it out this weekend in New York […]

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    Here’s What Inspired Intel to Develop the Ultrabook

    Just in time for the holiday season, Ultrabooks are finally starting to make their way onto store shelves. These svelte laptops already look like they have the potential to become as popular as netbooks did a few years back. We’ve seen several manufactures, from Lenovo u300S and Acer Aspire S3 strut their first Ultrabook models, […]

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    Toshiba Announces Europe’s First All-in-One Computer

    Toshiba UK was busy at the IFA 2011 trade show in Berlin today. One of the many headline-making announcements was Europe’s first all-in-one computer – a computer that houses the CPU and the monitor in the same shell. The Toshiba Qosimo DX730 is space-saving, but it has the specs to make it a worthwhile addition […]

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    Latest Survey Shows People Choose Tech Over Family

    Your family or your gadget? Well, according to a new Intel survey conducted by Kelton Research, the majority of people surveyed would rather spend more time with their tech toys, rather than spend time with their loved ones.  Even comfort food doesn’t outweigh the devotion people have given to their gadgets. It appears that almost […]

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    Sony Releases Colorful E and C Laptop Series

    Sony has two new series of laptops coming out, and both are quite lovely. In particular, we’re super fond of the new C series. The C series is available in two bold colors – neon red or thunder blue. Not only do these colors pop, but you’ll love their complimenting backlit keyboard. You also get […]

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    7 Gadgets That Are Straight Out of Intel’s Tech Heaven

    Intel isn’t just a company concerned about making computer processors. They’re also heavily invested in technology for tomorrow. In 2010 alone they invested $6.6 billion dollars into research and development that focused on technologies for the car, home, health, and retail space. Here are glimpses into the future of the connected experience in these spaces, […]

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    Are We Raising the Touch Generation? Intel Thinks So

    There was the Hippie Generation, the Me Generation, Generation X, and now the Touch Generation?! According to a recent article posted on Intel’s Free Press site, we could be raising the next generation of touch savvy or “digital native” tots that could undoubtedly be called the “Touch Generation.”

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    Young Women Take Top Honors at Intel Science Talent Search 2011

    Each year the Intel Science Talent Search offers an opportunity for the brightest high school seniors around the country to compete against one another by presenting original research to nationally recognized professional scientists. This year, the second place spot went to seventeen year old Michelle Hackman of Great Neck, New York, whose research project is […]

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    Latest Intel Survey Shows Mobile Etiquette is Worse Than Ever

    Back in 2009, Intel released a survey about the state of mobile manners. Almost a year and a half later, a new Intel survey shows that the state of mobile etiquette in the U.S. has only gotten worse. According to the survey, nine out of ten American adults claim they have seen people misuse mobile […]

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    Peter Biddle Talks MeeGo and Intel AppUp

    Last week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Judie Lipsett of Gear Diary and I sat down with Intel’s Peter Biddle, the General Manager of AppUp Products and Services to talk about AppUp and MeeGo. Intel was super busy at MWC talking about their latest mobile ventures which include everything from investing in technology to […]