Topic: intel

Virtual reality’s expanding horizons

For fans of the virtual, reality has come a long way. In 2016, we’re living in a reality where not only virtual reality, but also augmented reality applications are commonplace, and hardware for supporting these types of applications is everywhere. As is typical of new technologies, only after they have arrived in the marketplace has … continue reading

Intel courts IoT, AR developers

The Intel Developer Forum continued in San Francisco yesterday with a second keynote detailing new products and plans from the chip company. In addition to IoT and chip road maps, Intel hinted at plans for a machine learning-focused version of the Xeon Phi coprocessor sometime in 2017. Diane Bryant, executive vice president and general manager … continue reading

Intel Aero drone targets developers

Intel wants to get developers more interested in its drones. At the company’s annual Developer Forum, it announced the Aero ready-to-fly drone that specifically targets developers. “Intel’s Aero Platform is available today for developers to build their own drones,” the company wrote in a statement. The development kit is powered by Intel’s Atom quad-core processor, … continue reading

Intel unveils new VR headset, Ford’s plans for autonomous ride sharing, and WalabotDIY 3D imaging tool—SD Times news digest: Aug. 17, 2016

Intel has unveiled Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution that demonstrates what the future of merged reality looks like today. Project Alloy was announced at the keynote of the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco yesterday. Alloy will deliver new immersive experiences by leveraging Intel’s RealSense technologies that are optimized for virtual reality. … continue reading

SD Times Blog: When wearables go bad

It’s no secret Intel has had trouble gaining a foothold in the mobile device market. The company was issued a major blow last week when its Basis Peak smartwatch brand had to recall all of its devices due to overheating. The overheating in question resulted in burns on the user’s wrist. Josh Walden, senior vice … continue reading

Motion AI in public beta, Rust 1.9, and Intel acquisition to drive IoT—SD Times news digest: May 27, 2016

A platform that allows developers to build, train and deploy chatbots was released into public beta this week. The company behind these chatbots is called Motion AI. It allows anyone to create bots that are designed like a flowchart, using only as many branches as their project requires. Motion AI’s launch for bot deployment includes … continue reading

Intel releases Arduino 101 source code, free VPN integrated in Opera, and VersionOne Spring 2016 Release—SD Times news digest: April 21, 2016

The real-time operating system that powers the Arduino 101 and Genuino 101 is open source, ready for those who want to use it for studying purposes. This package contains the complete BSP (Board Support Package) for the Curie processor on the 101. It allows developers to compile and modify the core OS and the firmware … continue reading

EFF files lawsuit against DOJ, Intel to cut 11% of workforce, and Google.com might be dangerous—SD Times news digest: April 20, 2016

The Justice Department is seeing another lawsuit, this filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). It filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit to determine whether the government has used secret court orders to force technology companies to decrypt their customers’ private communications, according to an EFF announcement. The lawsuit against the DOJ states that it … continue reading

Raintank announces release of Grafana.net, Grafana 3.0, collaboration with Intel

Raintank, the open SaaS monitoring company behind Grafana, has been busy with the beta release of Grafana 3.0, a strategic collaboration between raintank and Intel, and the beta launch of Grafana.net. Grafana was created in 2014 by raintank cofounder Torkel Ödegaard, and it has become the de facto open-source solution for visualizing cloud telemetry data, … continue reading

CoreOS and Intel to collaborate on OpenStack with Kubernetes

CoreOS and Intel aim to bring virtual machines and containers together with their newly announced technical collaboration. The companies have announced plans to deploy and manage OpenStack, the open-source software for building clouds, with Kubernetes, the open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and operations of applications. “A collaboration between Intel and CoreOS is a huge … continue reading

Red Hat announces a no-cost RHEL developer subscription, Google’s Machine Learning series, and Intel wants to ease cloud deployments—SD Times digest: April 1, 2016

Red Hat has announced the availability of a no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux developer subscription yesterday, which is part of the Red Hat Developer Program. It is offered as a self-supported, development-only subscription. It provides developers with a stable development platform for building enterprise applications across cloud, physical, virtual and container infrastructures. With this subscription, … continue reading

Former Intel CEO dies at 79, Node.js for Google App Engine goes beta, and Swift 2.2—SD Times digest: March 22, 2016

Intel announced that the company’s former CEO and chairman Andrew S. Grove died yesterday at the age of 79. “Andy” Grove became Intel’s president in 1979 and CEO in 1987. He served as the company’s chairman from 1997 until 2005. He is considered by the company to be one of the most influential figures in … continue reading

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