Intel Corporation (Intel) was founded in 1968 and based in Santa Clara, California. Intel is the inventor of the x86 microprocessor, early developer of the SRAM DRAM memory chip, Atom, Pentium II microprocessors and the largest semiconductor manufacturer world-wide. Intel employs nearly 85,000 employees world-wide and is listed on NASDAQ.
How big data helps first responders
Police officers and firefighters are leveraging big data to do their jobs more efficiently and more accurately.
Future of immersive gaming gear for the blind
Researchers explore how their real-world assistive technology could bring better, augmented gaming experiences to people who can't see.
Integrating technology in the classroom
Studies show that students succeed with digital learning, but making the transition from text book to tablet has its challenges.
How one astronomer uses art to understand science
Lucianne Walkowicz is about to ride her bike 300 miles to convince people that science is approachable and creative.
To avoid collisions, self-driving cars must communicate
Did you know some 33,000 people die and 2.3 million are injured in vehicle crashes in the U.S. each year?1 Researchers at Intel Labs are paving the road to a crash-free future with cars that communicate with each other.
Futuristic 48-Core Intel Chip Could Reshape How Computers are Built (w/ Video)
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers from Intel Labs demonstrated an experimental, 48-core Intel processor, or "single-chip cloud computer," that rethinks many of the approaches used in today's designs for laptops, PCs and servers.
Moore's Law Marches on at Intel
Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini today displayed a silicon wafer containing the world's first working chips built on 22nm process technology. The 22nm test circuits include both SRAM memory as well as logic circuits ...
Intel, Micron sample 20nm NAND flash
Intel and Micron Technology today introduced a new, finer 20-nanometer (nm) process technology for manufacturing NAND flash memory. The new 20nm process produces an 8-gigabyte (GB) multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash device, ...
Intel Milestone Confirms Light Beams Can Replace Electronic Signals for Future Computers
(PhysOrg.com) -- Intel today announced an important advance in the quest to use light beams to replace the use of electrons to carry data in and around computers.
Survey: Majority optimistic about health technology
Most people are optimistic about technology innovations advancing healthcare, are willing to participate in virtual healthcare visits with their doctor, and would use health sensors in their bodies and even their toilets, ...