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Rambling and Ruminating on Rubik's Cube
By Clay Breshears (Intel) Posted on 06/25/07 8
Two Northeastern University researchers found that it would take no more than 26 moves to solve any randomly scrambled Rubik's Cube. This beats the previous maximum of 27 moves, which was proven back in 1997. Gene Cooperman and Dan Kunkle will present their findings at the International Symposium...
Everyware Computing, Voki For Web and Second Life
By kevin-pirkl (Intel) Posted on 06/23/07 1
"Everyware is an attempt to describe the form computing will take in the next few years."Adam GreenfieldThose of you that are familiar with Second Life and perhaps know about the Intel Software Network SIM might already realize that Everyware exists now. Second Life is a very rich environment whe...
Making use of Intel AMT Commander in single computer mode.
By ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel) Posted on 06/22/07 0
In the latest versions of the Intel AMT DTK, I have added two new modes of operations to Intel AMT Commander: Single Computer Mode and Simplified Mode. I want to explain both of these modes in depth since they are really interesting for people that want to make use of Intel AMT Commander from wit...
Photos from Research@Intel Day
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 06/21/07 1
I had the oppurtunity to attend Research Day at Intel this week. What an amazing event. It began with Justin Rattner, Intel's CTO giving participants a glimpse of the fascinating research projects that we would be looking at throughout the day. Reasearchers from all over the world were here to sh...
Who decides fairness?
By David Stewart (Intel) Posted on 06/21/07 3
I had an experience just now that models one of the new problems with having so many cores to play with.  I was walking down a hallway to a cafe to get a mod-morning drink.  In front of me was a group of about five co-workers chatting away amiably, walking at a reasonable pace, but walking slower...
Photos from Research@Intel Day
By Josh Bancroft (Intel) Posted on 06/20/07 2
I saw some amazing things today, from a car that could completely drive itself (really), to an 80-core 2 teraflop (that's 2 trillion operations per second) processor, and a whole lot more. It's amazing what they come up with in Intel Research labs - some of the smartest people on the planet, for ...
new company Voice Tech Group - new product Voice Search and more, Web 2.0 and Free
By Jason Powell (Intel) Posted on 06/20/07 2
Really impressed with a small new company Voice Tech Group, two brothers built a impressive voice search application, it really works and has several other useful voice features.  Finally you can talk to your PC and ask your favorite search engine for information.   Try it out, it is free www.voi...
Remote Management: Is it really a smart business decision?
By Ajay Mungara (Intel) Posted on 06/19/07 3
Large application vendors & IT organizations are quickly realizing the cost benefits of remote support and are often mandating customers to give them remote access if they want cheaper support. There are definitely benefits in resolving the issue remotely as opposed to sending a service rep o...
New Multi-Core Developer Community Manager
By aaron-tersteeg (Intel) Posted on 06/19/07 1
The Intel Software Network team is a pretty fluid organization. People take on new roles and responsibilities based on business requirements and cover for each other while on sabbatical. I've been working on all kinds of developer community projects the past few months. I have had the opportunity...
Yet another new one :-)
By jonas-kollberg (Intel) Posted on 06/19/07 5
Hi, New blogger here... My name is Jonas Kollberg and I live in Stockholm, Sweden and work in Intels Software and Solutions group. I will focus on mobile usages, and mobile TV in specific. As a start I can point to the Mobile TV article I have written, that just got published here: http://softwar...
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RTFB Episode 7 with Ylian Saint-Hilaire: What Software Developers must know about Activating Intel AMT
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 01/08/13 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 7 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about their blogs.  For this show, I interviewed Ylian Saint-Hilaire and we talked about his blog where he discusses an issue he found with Intel AMT Setup and Configuration using...
Creating Compelling Content with XAML for Windows Store Apps: Control Templates, ListView,ListBox, Customization, and a Game Title Screen
By David Medawar (Intel) Posted on 04/25/13 0
Improve Windows Store Apps by leveraging XAML control templates, ListView, ListBox and other customization.
Intel Capital Update
By Eliana P. (Intel) Posted on 09/24/13 0
I'd like to share with you an update regarding the Intel Capital benefit we have previously offered. The Intel® Developer Zone is currently in a period of assessing and aligning its business priorities in an effort to continue delivering world-class software services. Consequently, it was decided...
My first Blog and the work with PRC education authority
By Selwyn You (Intel) Posted on 07/20/08 0
It was a hesitation of me to write online blogs. According to the old publishing philosophy formed in my past research life - when I write something to publish, it has to be accurate technically and literally. That is, to me, really time consuming, and I always need to evaluate the return of inve...
Bringin' Smexy Back - The Conan Way
By Jeffrey Rott (Intel) Posted on 07/01/09 0
Want a good laugh? Then check out the Intel Science and Engineering Fair spots from the Tonight Show at It’s fun to see Intel let its hair down and laugh at itself a little. The clips with Conan interacting with the kids in the Science Fair are priceles...
MeetUp with Intel AppUp @ AppNation!
By Rhonda Peters (Intel) Posted on 04/22/11 0
Bob and I are hosting hosting a meetup at AppNation in the Intel AppUp Developer Lounge in Moscone South, Hall A, booth E3. We'd like any developers who will be attending AppNation to stop by and meet us and hang out for a little while or at least until your next session. We will have some fun s...
Visualize this! Game Samples from Intel
By artigupta (Intel) Posted on 04/12/11 0
Welcome to Visualize this! the show where we talk about game development. My guest is Phil Taylor senior software engineer at Intel Download Link - High Quality MP4 Video File (Large)Community News: 1. Fluid Simulation Part 9 is now available - this is the last part of the very popular whitepa...
Keyboards, Touch, Flexibility: The Appeal of the 2 in 1
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 04/01/14 0
A recent post on titled “2 in 1 Devices can’t take the place of tablets” was puzzling, as the main point of the post seemed to be lamenting the lack of keyboard on a 2 in 1, as well as a not so subtle jab at the most common OS used in most 2 in 1 systems on the market right now. “Puzzl...
Fast SHA-1
By Max Locktyukhin (Intel) Posted on 03/31/10 0
Hello. If the speed of widely used cryptography algorithms (like AES or SHA-1) is of some interest to you, dear reader, then I’m welcoming you to this blog. In a past few months I happened to be a part of breathtaking effort to improve performance of some widely used crypto algorithms. Today we a...
Bonus Video: My First Hands-On with a MID (Mobile Internet Device)
By Josh Bancroft (Intel) Posted on 04/03/08 0
A few days before IDF, I met Holly from Intel via an email thread on who was going to Shanghai to blog, etc. She let me know that there was going to be a MID (Mobile Internet Device) photoshoot at some point, and invited me to come, shoot video, and check it out. Well, it turned out that the phot...

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