TAG Heuer, Swiss luxury watch maker today announced its partnership with Google and Intel for a luxury smartwatch with Intel technology powered by Android Wear platform, as expected. This was announced at the Baselworld 2015 conference in Switzerland. Continue reading “TAG Heuer partners with Google and Intel for its Android Wear-powered luxury smartwatch”
FoneArena teamed up with Intel to bring something special for the fans in Bangalore. That’s right, we organised a fan meetup in Bangalore on the 18th of March and it turned out to be a great success.
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We are back with another readers meet up and this time we are teaming up with Intel to make this happen. And, we all know about brand Intel and the company doesn’t need any introduction.
Intel has been a pioneer in the semi-conductor industry and we are sure that everybody has a gadget or two that’s powered by Intel. Now, we are presenting you a golden chance to meet and interact with the team behind these revolutionary products. Continue reading “Presenting FoneArena readers meet-up powered by Intel”
Intel might not have made big splashing headlines at the Mobile World Congress this year, but the PC giant is finally getting its products in line for a mobile-first world. We were at the Intel booth to check all the new announcements that were made during the show. One of the major ones was the Intel Atom X3 processor, the first fully integrated mobile solution from the company.
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Intel has announced the a updated line up of processors at MWC 2015. The chipmaker has launched Atom x3, x5 and x7 chips for smartphones and tablets.
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Intel has launched a new HDMI dongle that is actually a Windows 8.1 computer stick at CES 2015. Dubbed as Intel Compute stick, the device was teased in November last year.
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Intel has officially announced its new 5th generation Intel Core processor family. The latest range of silicon’s are designed on 14 nm architecture and is expected to deliver improve system and graphics performance, natural and immersive user experiences and also enable longer battery life as compared previous generations. Continue reading “Intel announces 5th-generation ‘Broadwell’ processors”
Intel has collaborated with luxury eyewear brand Luxottica to produce smart eyewear. The duo will incorporate smart technology into premium, luxury, and sports eyewear.
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Metis Learning launched Eddy G70, an Android-based learning tablet for kids in partnership with Intel for Rs. 9999. This is the successor of last year’s Eddy. The new tablet is based on Android 4.2.2 with an overlay of the proprietary Athena OS and has over 160 of the learning apps for Kids. Check out the unboxing below. Continue reading “Metis Eddy G70 Kids tablet Unboxing”
Notion Ink has announced a 2-in-1 Windows based affordable laptop for Rs 19,900. The Bangalore based company has teamed up exclusively with e-tailer Snapdeal to launch the Cain 2-in-1 in India.
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Intel has launched a line of Core M Processors at IFA, Berlin 2014. First announced at Computex, the low power chips use just 4.5W power and are based on company’a Broadwell architecture.
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Intel has announced a strategic collaboration with Unity Technologies to extend Android support for Intel devices. Unity will add Android support for Intel’s current and future x86 chips. Both Unity 4 and 5 will be updated to include support for Intel Core and Intel Atom-based mobile processors.
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Intel showcased world’s first 14nm fanless mobile PC reference design at the ongoing Computex 2014 in Taipei. Dubbed as Llama Mountain, the tablet is based on the company’s upcoming Broadwell processor and is runs on Windows 8.1.
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In a bid to boost sales of low-end Android tablets, Intel has teamed up with Chinese mobile chipmaker Rockchip. Under the agreement, the chipmakers signed an agreement to jointly offer a quad-core processor and integrated modem called SoFIA, which will be available in the first half of 2015, said Intel in an official release.
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Intel has acquired selected assets from Ginger Software, a digital personal assistant. The exact amount of the deal is not disclosed but according to TechCrunch it is up to $30M. Continue reading “Intel scoops up digital personal assistant technology from Ginger Software”