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Intel and Waymo team up to build self driving cars

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Intel has announced a partnership with Alphabet’s self-driving unit, Waymo to build self-driving cars. In this collaboration, Waymo would be providing the computing power necessary for Level 4 and 5 autonomous vehicles that can drive in any condition. The announcement marked

Intel invests $1B to boost AI adoption

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Artificial intelligence or AI is the buzzword in the technology world today with every tech major investing heavily in the domain and trying to integrate it into their products. Following the trend, the US chipmaker, Intel too has made a massive

Court to re-examine Intel’s appeal against EU’s $1.26B antitrust fine

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In a huge relief for the US chipmaker, Intel, EU’s top court has ruled that Intel’s appeal against European Union’s $1.26 billion antitrust fine will be re-examined by a lower tribunal. The fine was initially given to Intel by the European

Intel brings AI to PCs with $79 Movidius Neural Compute Stick

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Intel has launched the Movidius Neural Compute Stick, a one-of its-kind a tiny fanless USB-based deep learning device that can be used to learn AI programming at the edge. The device, geared for researchers and developers enables rapid prototyping, validation and deployment

Intel eyeing AI, HPC, 5G workloads at datacenters with new Xeon Scalable processors

MUMBAI, INDIA: Intel today launched its new Xeon Scalable processors In India which expands its datacenter efforts with capability to handle compute-hungry tasks such as real-time analytics, virtualized infrastructure and high performance computing. The processor is designed to support an

Intel announces Rs 1100cr investment to expand its R&D presence in Bangalore

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Intel has announced an investment of Rs 1100 crores to expand its R&D presence and build a new state-of-the-art design house in Bangalore. The proposed facility will be located at Intel’s 44-acre campus on Sarjapur Ring Road (SRR) in Bangalore, Karnataka. Designed

Microsoft partners with a range of manufacturer & carrier partners for seamless eSIM connectivity

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You better get ready for connected PCs, because eSIM cards are becoming a thing of reality. At Computex, Microsoft announced that several major OEMs, including ASUS, HP, and Lenovo, will be delivering the first Always Connected PCs. Obviously connected PCs

Intel announces the world’s first consumer desktop CPU with 18 cores & 36 threads

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After ARM, NVIDIA, it is Intel who is now taking the limelight at Computex 2017 Conference in Taipei. Intel, the chipmaker unveiled a new family of “Core X” desktop processors at Computex, offering even more robust versions of its existing

Delphi joins the Intel-BMW-Mobileye self driving cars project

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Automotive parts and electronics maker, Delphi has joined BMW, Intel and Mobileye as a new partner in their previously announced initiative to co-develop an autonomous driving platform. As the technology industry races to develop self-driving cars, companies are increasingly inking partnerships and

Intel announces AI developer program, aims to educate 15K Indian citizens

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At its first AI Day conference hosted in Mumbai, yesterday, Intel India announced a new initiative called AI Developer Education Program aimed at educating 15,000 individuals – scientists, developers, analysts and engineers – on AI technologies including deep learning and machine learning. In a

McAfee spins off from Intel, to operate as a pure-play cyber security company

The once most-trusted security provider, McAfee -which was rechristened as Intel Security after it got acquired by Intel in 2010 said that it will now operate as a standalone business again. In September, 2016 Intel and the seasoned technology investor, TPG entered into an agreement

Intel to buy Mobileye for $15.3bn

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U.S. chipmaker Intel is acquiring Israeli autonomous vehicle tech firm Mobileye for $15.3 billion. The deal that is expected to close in about nine months could thrust the U.S. chipmaker into direct competition with rivals Nvidia Corp and Qualcomm to develop driverless systems for global automakers.

Prakash Mallya to succeed Debjani Ghosh as new Intel South Asia MD

Intel’s Managing Director for South Asia, Debjani Ghosh is reportedly leaving in March after her 21 years stint in the company. She has been the Managing Director for Intel in South Asia since 2012. Reports suggest that the leadership change was announced

Nokia and Intel built acceleration labs to make 5G a commercial reality

FINLAND: Nokia and Intel has opened two 5G solutions labs to test and accelerate the commercial readiness of the new wireless technology. In her official blog, Aicha Evans, senior vice president and general manager of the Communication and Devices Group

Intel announces $7bn investment in Arizona factory in support of Trump’s policies

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Intel will be investing $7 billion to finish a factory in Arizona, adding 3,000 jobs in support of government’s new tax and regulatory policies, said CEO Brian Krzanich after a meeting with President Donald Trump in the White House. Intel’s

Intel launches connected retail platform; plans $100mn retail tech investment

USA: At NRF 2017 – Retail’s BIG Show, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the Intel Responsive Retail Platform (Intel RRP), a new horizontal platform that brings together retail hardware, software, APIs and sensors in a standardized way for the creation of

BMW, Intel and Mobileye to deploy 40 autonomous test cars on road this year

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From the world’s first 5G modem to smart hairbrush, CES 2017 has already set tech world on fire with a small peep into future of technology. Now, bringing one of the most anticipated announcements from the show- a fleet of

Intel announces world’s first Global 5G Modem, AT&T too unveiled its 5G evolution plans

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Following Qualcomm’s announcement last year, Intel at CES 2017, has unveiled a 5G modem, codenamed ‘Goldridge’. “5G will enable billions of ‘things’ to become smart through seamless connectivity, massive computing power and access to rich data and analytics stored at

AI and VR to be all-pervasive in 2017: Intel

In 2016, people have witnessed the digital and physical worlds continuing to merge as everyday objects, commercial and industrial equipment, and entire cities become smart and connected to the cloud. And people’s relationship with technology – how it is used,

After Microsoft and Google, Pulkit Trivedi to build Facebook’s relationships with clients in India

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Google India’s former Head of Industry (e-commerce), Pulkit Trivedi has been appointed by Facebook as Director for e-commerce, retail, travel and financial services verticals. In his new role, he will lead building and maintaining of strategic relationships with clients in