Topic: intel

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

Emulator to become available for HoloLens, PubNub helps educational tech companies, and Intel is looking into augmented reality—SD Times news digest: March 3, 2016

Microsoft will soon offer a HoloLens emulator for developers, which will be available before March 30, the shipping date for the first batch of HoloLenses. Using the emulator, developers can test their apps in a simulated room and walk around using controls. The Windows Holographic Dev Center will be the starting point for learning about … continue reading

Red Hat reveals survey on LOB decision-makers, Samsung’s new flash storage for mobile devices, and Intel partners with CODE2040—SD Times digest: Feb. 25, 2016

Red Hat commissioned a new mobile survey that focused on line-of-business (LOB) decision-makers that almost half see mobility as a means to automate existing business processes. Only 26% of them cited pursuing mobile objectives as changing the way they do business. On the other hand, IT decision-makers view mobile apps as more transformative for the … continue reading

Intel acquires microprocessor tech company Altera

Intel Corp. made a $16.7 billion purchase on Monday, acquiring Altera Corp., which is known for microprocessors used in computers. The acquisition is part of Intel’s plan to expand the chipmaker’s business. The acquisition will add a new class of products for Intel in the data center and Internet of Things (IoT) market. Altera is … continue reading

Android Developer Conference shows off new tools

The Android Developer Conference closed today, ending a three-day soiree of tooling, tutorials and talks. The event played host to a number of companies demonstrating and discussing their work on the Android platform. One newcomer to the show was CleverTap, a mobile app analytics and engagement service that easily integrates into existing application code. CleverTap … continue reading

Adobe is working on a fix for Flash, Arduino 101 is announced, and Nintendo begins distributing SDKs for the NX—SD Times news digest: Oct. 16, 2015

Adobe has put out a security advisory for its Flash Player. According to the company, there is a critical vulnerability in the plug-in affecting Adobe Flash Player 19.0.0.207 and earlier for Linux, Macintosh and Windows. The vulnerability has the ability to cause a crash and let a hacker take control of the system. The vulnerability … continue reading

SD Times Blog: OpenStack takes center stage

Mirantis and its competitors were in full selling mode this week. The company was in Santa Clara to exhibit at the OpenStack Silicon Valley conference, and to show off its brand new US$100 million investment from Ericsson and Intel. While Mirantis’ investment was big news at the show, listening to the conversations and speaking to … continue reading

Intel updates Parallel Studio XE

Intel today released version 2016 of Parallel Studio XE. It now includes the new Intel Data Analytics Acceleration Library (DAAL), as well as full support for C++11. James Reinders, chief evangelist at Intel Software, said that the new edition can plug developers into existing workflows that might include Big Data processing systems like Hadoop. (Related: … continue reading

Mirantis’ partnership with Intel, new IBM Bluemix services, and Mozilla’s Firefox add-on changes—SD Times news digest: Aug. 24, 2015

Mirantis is partnering with Intel to accelerate enterprise OpenStack and cloud adoption. The company announced a US$100 million round of funding led by Intel Capital. The funding is part of Intel’s Cloud for All initiative, and will go toward adding increased capabilities for enterprise deployments. “With Intel as our partner, we’ll show the world that … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: ACAT

Intel’s assistive context-aware toolkit (ACAT) is being made free to the public through open-source code. ACAT was designed to help Stephen Hawking, who suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), communicate. Hawking was a key contributor to the project’s design and validation, according to the company. After the system was developed, Intel decided to turn its … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Intel wows with future tech

It really doesn’t matter what else Intel talked about at its 15th Intel Developer Forum after it announced its Optane technology. The technology, known as 3D XPoint, is said by Intel to be 1,000x faster and more durable than existing NAND flash memory. Optane will be the brand name under which 3D XPoint will be … continue reading

Intel’s RealSense and Google’s Project Tango, CII’s Badge Program, and Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 build—SD Times news digest: Aug. 19, 2015

Google and Intel are teaming up to provide 3D capabilities to Google’s Project Tango smartphone. Project Tango is an Android smartphone designed to track 3D motion in real time. Intel recently announced it would be providing Project Tango and RealSense technology in an Android smartphone developer kit. The developer kit will enable indoor navigation and … continue reading

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