Intel's Tiny Chip for 'Internet of Things'

Featured at the Intel Developer Forum 2014 in San Francisco this week: Edison, a processor about the size of a postage stamp that includes built-in wireless capabilities for the "Internet of Things."
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IBM Taps Intel To Secure SoftLayer
Big Blue has announced that its SoftLayer subsidiary is offering bare metal servers powered by Intel technology in an attempt to assure enterprise users that their data is secure in the cloud.
Dell Releases Thin PCs, 5K HD Monitor
Along with several new desktops designed for space-efficient business use, Dell has unveiled a new desktop monitor with super-high 5120x2880 resolution, seven times that of ordinary HD.
Cisco Unveils New UCS Servers
Networking giant Cisco just unveiled what it’s calling “significant innovations” to its Unified Computing System business that promise to address new market segments and use cases.
Google Aims To Build a Quantum Chip
On its continuing quest to push the boundaries of technology, Google has announced a project to design and build a quantum computing chip in collaboration with a University of California research team.
New AMD CPU Breaks a Speed Record
FX-8370 chip clocked at 8722.78 MHz.
Intel Intros Super Fast PC Processors
Performance, price, a winning combo.
Hackerspaces Turn Ideas into Reality
Goal is to improve and create tech.
HP Recalls 5 Million AC Power Cords
For notebooks sold in 2010 to 2012.
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