Once upon a time, businesses used technology to get work done. And while you can argue that many still do, technology has become a much bigger component to success. It would be more accurate to say businesses are technology, and the ability to execute that technology successfully sets them apart from competitors.
At the 2016 Intel Developer Conference, senior Intel executives mapped out the company’s autonomous driving vision. The session outlined the business opportunity, headlined Intel’s end-to-end technology assets and nodded to its investment strategy.
Female comedian superstar Amy Schumer knocked electronic dance music (EDM) DJ Armin van Buuren off of the list to become the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to Intel Security. Now in its 10th year, the McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities study, published by Intel Security, researched a broad list of well-known figures including actors, comedians, musicians, TV hosts, athletes and more. This research uncovers which celebrities generate the most dangerous search results that could expose fans to viruses and malware while searching for the latest information on today’s pop culture icons.
Bridget Karlin, managing director of Intel’s Internet of Things Strategy, spelled out the future of autonomous driving and the company’s role in the business Friday during a Bloomberg West interview.
A team from Intel and Airbus demonstrated an aircraft visual inspection with a modified AscTec Falcon 8 with Intel RealSense cameras. The demo took place during this week’s Farnborough International Airshow in England on an Airbus passenger airliner.
Intel and TPG announced a definitive agreement under which the two parties will establish a newly formed, jointly-owned, independent cybersecurity company. The new company will be called McAfee following transaction close. TPG will own 51 percent of McAfee and Intel will own 49 percent in a transaction valuing the business at approximately $4.2 billion. TPG is making a $1.1 billion equity investment to help drive growth and enhance focus as a standalone business.
Intel has the pleasure of joining 28 other companies in signing the White House Equal Pay Pledge, a pledge signed by over 50 companies to date. Launched at the 2015 United States of Women Summit on Women’s Equality Day, the pledge encourages U.S. companies to take action to advance equal pay and affirms the key role businesses play in reducing the pay gap.
Every spring and fall, the fashion industry and its fans turn their eyes toward the runway to see incredible new designs, uncover trends and celebrate intricate workmanship. Like the seasons themselves, fashion is in a constant state of evolution, though the changes are not limited to apparel. The entire industry is being transformed by technology that will fundamentally evolve the way we think about fashion.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Intel today announced that ULTRA, SPHE’s 4K movie streaming service, will debut on computers powered by 7th Gen Intel Core processors beginning Q1 in 2017.
Intel Security released its McAfee Labs Threats Report: September 2016, which assesses the growing ransomware threat to the healthcare industry; surveys the “who and how” of data loss; explains the practical application of machine learning in cybersecurity; and details the growth of ransomware, mobile malware, macro malware, and other threats in Q2 2016.
Intel and TAG Heuer unveiled the new TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45, a versatile luxury connected watch. Engineered in collaboration with Intel, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 features the seamless integration of TAG Heuer’s Swiss watchmaking heritage and keeps users connected without sacrificing style through its customizable, modular design. This marks the second collaboration between the two innovative brands after TAG Heuer Connected debuted in 2015 to critical and popular success.