Intel’s RealSense camera is like installing an Xbox Kinect into a tablet; without making it too thick. We had the chance to experience what it can do at Intel’s Future Showcase in Singapore, where two versions were on display; one on a reference design tablet, and the other installed into a laptop.
Getting computers into the classroom is one of the goals for Intel, and it is fully prepared to show the world precisely what it intends this future to look like. The Intel Future Showcase provided two separate reference designs that display the technology giant’s vision for mobile educational hardware.
Intel expects wireless charging to grow exponentially within the next few years and is currently investing heavily in the technology. A presentation made at the Intel Future Showcase held in Singapore outlined the company’s strategy for wireless charging in the near future; which includes a separate standard from the current popular Qi wireless charging technology.
Everybody wants a slice of the wearable market, and Intel enters the market with the introduction of the MICA, or “My Intelligent Communication Accessory”. Designed by Opening Ceremony and is meant to work without a smartphone and Intel aims to sell the MICA to “fashion-forward” women with its appeal as a fashion accessory.
Long before several smartphone companies was accused (and found guilty) of manipulating results of its mobile chipsets in benchmarking software, Intel had been doing it with its own chips…almost 15 years ago.
Apple has finally announced the refresh of the Mac mini at its most recent event. Unlike the iMac with its “5K” display, the improvements aren’t as flashy, but are instead expected adjustments to the popular compact computer system. The processors have been updated to the current generation of Intel “Haswell” chips, along with the new Intel […]
The San Diego-based gaming tech giant, Razer, is currently valued at an estimated US$1B (RM3,280,000,000), after closing out a round of funding with Intel. With Razer’s entry into the billion-dollar club, it joins the likes of Uber, Spotify and Snapchat.
The Gamergate issue that swept across the gaming industry two months ago is still making its presence felt. Intel has recently pulled its ads from gaming news site Gamasutra, apparently due to the company being flooded with complaints. Most of the complaints were aimed at an opinion piece that was critical of the insular nature of […]
Intel is pushing very hard for the Internet of Things to come true; to help that along it has finally made the Edison development board available to developers and manufacturers from today. The computer is about the size of an SD card, and is intended to allow manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and just about anyone to create […]
Dell’s next tablet has been previewed at the Intel Developer Forum 2014. It isn’t entirely out of place there as this device serves to showcase Intel’s new RealSense camera technology. Like many other new mobile devices this one is also being touted as the thinnest tablet in the world, and at 6mm thick the claim […]
Intel will be released a specialised tablet for manufacturers to base future development on. Called the “Intel Reference Design For Android”, the device will be the most stable operating environment Intel can come up with and will receive constant updates. Created in conjunction with Google, the company intends for the reference tablet to function as […]
SNS Network has revealed the pricing for the first Intel powered Windows 8.1 tablet — the Joi 8 which is priced at an affordable price tag of RM499, making it the cheapest Microsoft powered tablet in the country.
[UPDATED] Intel and SNS Network To Launch Joi 8 On 4 September: Malaysia’s First Local Windows 8.1 Tablet?
UPDATE (2 Sept, 1133pm): Reader dontfeedthecat pointed out that this tablet might be adapted from an OEM manufacturer’s product from China. However, Intel Malaysia is not able to comment at the moment and stated that more will be revealed on the launch day itself. Read more for details. ORIGINAL ARTICLE (2 Sept, 1048pm): Over the years, we have […]
YTL Communications’ mobile broadband service Yes has announced that it is offering the Acer Iconia One 7 Super Postpaid Bundle Plan. Customers who subscribe to the plan will be given a free Intel powered Iconia One 7 tablet, in addition to all the regular benefits of subscribing to Yes broadband. The bundle is exclusive to […]
Using an aging laptop and desperately need a new one? Well, here’s a good news for you: Intel together with several of its OEM partners and Microsoft will be having the Intel Fire Sale this week at Plaza Low Yat, Kuala Lumpur. The sale is part of the company’s on-going PC Refresh campaign and it […]
Day 2 saw even more ASUS ROG hardware including the ARES III graphics card and a very impressive Maximus VII set of motherboards. With a rather comparatively small press con, AMD also had some news about their new Kaveri processors.
More information about the Intel Pentium Anniversary Edition has been revealed at Computex 2014. Overclocking enthusiasts will be able to get their hands on the processor meant to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the Intel Pentium processor series that became an icon. According to slides shared with the media, the Intel Pentium G3258 is expected […]
After announcing the 14nm Broadwell (Core M) processor and waxing lyrical about how it was optimized for a fanless device design because of low heat production, we could only imagine what the devices would be like. At Computex, Intel have a “llama mountain” reference design that measures in at an incredible 7.2mm, 0.3mm thinner than […]
And the first day of Computex has got off to a roaring start with a keynote from Intel, some news from Dell as well as several more announcements from ASUS ROG to follow the plethora of devices announced yesterday.
While Intel did not reveal any information about wearable technology, the company did show off the Intel RealSense camera. Available for both notebooks and tablets, the camera uses 3D technology to sense depth and track the user.