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Interview with Well Told Entertainment about their Virtual Reality Escape Room Game

You light a few candles, turn off the lights, and say Bloody Mary’s name 3 times in to the mirror… can you get past your terror and solve a series of puzzles to escape the room before Mary can get through? Just in time for Halloween, Well Told...

Farewell SHA-1 Hash Algorithm

Rest-in-Peace SHA-1.  Like all security controls, they are only valuable for a certain period of time. SHA-1, a legacy hashing algorithm once used heavily in secure web browsing, has outlived its usefulness, therefore it is time to be...

What is the Intel® Software Innovator Program? A Quick Look

Intel® Software Innovator Program Did you know that Intel® offers a program specifically designed to support independent developers in using the latest technology and open source software to bring their ideas to life? Intel created this program in...

SVG Images are a New Ransomware Threat

Creative cyber criminals are taking advantage of Facebook's compatibility with SVG images to infect victims with ransomware. SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) files are dangerous on social media sites, in email, and even instant messaging tools, as...

November IoT

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Intel® IoT Developer Stories for November

Read about IoT security issues, create a color match game, and learn more about the Intel® Joule™ Compute Module.

How Simics found a Xen Bug – Why Target Variation Matters

A few months ago, Intel® simulation engineers working on Wind River* Simics* reported a bug in the Xen* hypervisor to the public email list. The bug was that Xen did not do the right thing when enabling Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel®...

Code Modernization: Powering Scientific Discovery and Fostering Innovation Globally at CERN (Part 2)

An Interview with Maria Girone, CTO, CERN openlab  Intel recently talked to CERN openlab CTO Maria Girone to discuss how CERN and Intel work together to deliver improvements in processing speed, sometimes by factors, and how that impacts CERN’s...

SHEPHERD: Just when I thought I was out... they pull me back in

Don't get me wrong, I was a quite willing participant with all of this.  I am sitting at a table with some amazing folk at the second day of the Intel Innovator Summit. I've been asked what I do, a quite typical question in a group setting with...

"Upstreaming" Artificial Intelligence: Making AI Available for All

Artificial intelligence (AI) - machines that can learn from their results to improve their programming for better results. This is how humans operate. We try something, we judge the result and modify our behavior. What some considered to be science...

Intel Invites Everyone to Game

Last updated: November 16, 2016

IndieCade kicked off this year’s festival for the first time on USC School of Cinematic Arts and Intel jumped at the chance to join in with the Gaming for Everyone Pavilion.

Maximizing performance in the cloud

Getting an instant boost on common web apps hosted in the cloud

Modern Code November

The Best of Modern Code | November

Learn about best practices for vector programming, scaling your application, and how Intel and CERN are moving Modern Code ahead.

Intel Unite FAQ

FAQ for Intel Unite Developers looking at developing plugins for the Intel Unite hub software

Innovation Summit 2016, Part 3: A Solution

This is not the solution that the team will use. In fact, I have the impression that people think it is a little out there. Do I think it is a little out there? Personally, no, but then I am very interested in using cloud services. So what exactly...

Where hackers take their money – Casinos, Cryptocurrency, and Virtual Worlds

Cybercrime is reaching epidemic levels. Some estimates predict global annual cybercrime costs will reach $6 trillion by 2021.  This includes the costs of security as well as the losses from thefts and fraud from successful attacks.  Criminals are...

MeshCommander v0.3.8 released

A few days back I released MeshCommander v0.3.8 with quite a bit of improvements to how MeshCommander deals with Intel® AMT TLS. Anyone that works with Intel® AMT knows that certificates are a big part of the process. Often times, administrators...

IoT Worms Could Spread Like Zombies

Security researchers recently created a proof-of-concept attack against Internet connected lightbulbs, causing breached devices to reach out and infect their neighbors.  Propagation continues and spreads itself across the community.  This hack...

Scalable software controller, the next evolution in Intel Rack Scale Design

In our last discussion, I outlined the need for flexibility and scale in the datacenter and how it necessitates the need for flexible hardware architectures like Intel® Rack Scale Design (RSD). RSD architecture provides pooling of physical resources...

CyberSeek is the Cybersecurity Career Site Needed by Job Seekers

U.S Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology(NIST) has created a free interactive online website, CyberSeek, to help cybersecurity job seekers understand opportunities, find openings, and develop a plan for career...

Code Modernization: Powering Scientific Discovery and Fostering Innovation Globally at CERN (Part 1)

An Interview with Maria Girone, CTO, CERN openlab  Intel recently talked to CERN openlab CTO Maria Girone to discuss how CERN and Intel work together to deliver improvements in processing speed, sometimes by factors, and how that impacts CERN’s...

Innovation Summit 2016, Part 2: The Challenge

I’ve got a little more information on the Challenge. As I said in my last blog, Intel Innovator’s Summit 2016, Part 1, we have a toy car run by a Intel® Joule™ Module. We are also provided with a screen, keyboard and Wi-Fi connection. We do not have...

Intel Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series update: a new SDK version and a brief intermission

An update to the Windows version of the Intel Software Guard Extensions SDK was just posted to the Developer Zone. This new release, version 1.7, adds Visual Studio Professional 2015 Update 3 to the list of supported Microsoft IDE's and the Intel...

Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT: What Is Team Whirlwind Up to Now?

Last updated: November 8, 2016By Joe W.

Team Whirlwind Takes Autonomous Cars to the Next Level Now that the eight-week Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT is complete, teams continue developing and expanding their projects into the commercial sector. Key to this progress is the Intel...

See Why Vertigo Software* Recommends Intel® Core™ i7 Processors for their VR game Arizona Sunshine

Learn what advanced features the developers of upcoming VR title Arizona Sunshine were able to add to the game if you have an Intel® Core™ i7 Processor (hint: it involves dismembering zombies).

November Game Dev

The Fab Five: Game Dev Zone Content | November

Top Game Development content for November includes Open GL tips, ideas for building games for VR and how one company topped the charts using Intel technology.

Improve Media App Performance with Hardware Acceleration

Try out FFmpeg and the Intel Media SDK API sample: sample_multi_transcode to get the most out of your media processing.

Intel Innovator’s Summit 2016, Part 1

I am participating in the Intel Innovator’s Summit come November 14th in Seattle. One of the hacking projects will be with the Intel Joule kit, a toy car holding our favorite animated characters along with a Real-sense camera. The summit promises to...

Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT: What Is Team Proximarket Up to Now?

Last updated: November 4, 2016By Joe W.

Team Proximarket Improves Shopping Experience with SmartCart Now that the eight-week Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT is complete, teams continue developing and expanding their projects into the commercial sector. Key to this progress is the...

New IoT Botnets Emerge

On the heels of severe Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, new Internet-of-Things (IoT) powered botnets are emerging.  There are already hundreds of such botnets which exist in the underground hacking ecosystem, where services, code, and...

Offloading Graphics Processing from CPU to GPU

Find out why you should offload video processing from the CPU to the GPU.

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