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Intel working on streaming video car alarm systems

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Who wants to come back to see their car broken into or worse, no car at all? You may have an alarm installed, but is it doing the job it's intended to? Sometimes not, and Intel is taking owners’ complaints and come up with just the right solution: a Car Security System that connects to your smartphone via an application.

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Intel Backs Kno with $30M, Sticks It to Apple

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The consumer market can be pretty lucrative. The enterprise market can be particularly lucrative too, but the educational market is one that is still largely untapped by the rising popularity of tablets. Well, Kno wants to change that and they're doing it with some big bucks from Intel.

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Google TV to be powered by ARM “soon”

Google TV to be powered by ARM "soon"

Nearly a year after Google entered talks with ARM Holdings, Google TV is speculated to be made available on the cheap, efficient ARM chipsets later this year. Charbax of ARMdevices.net published an article last week stating he has it on "very high authority from someone at Google (to remain anonymous) that an ARM-powered Google TV platform is coming soon."

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Intel “moorestown” now the Atom Z6XX, smartphones and tablets rejoice

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As great as the newest smartphones may be, most of them suffer from poor battery life. It's not uncommon to see iPhone and Android users reach for a wall plug every 24 hours. Intel wants to change that. That's why the chip maker is developing a version of its Atom processor specifically for mobile phones. Set to be a part of the Moorestone processor line, the proposed upcoming Intel Atom processor will be small enough to fit in a variety of mobile devices. This includes cell phones, mobile internet devices, tablets, and the like. So, how much more battery life can you expect?

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Intel convertible classmate PC stays rugged for young ones

Rugged Convertible Intel Classmate PC

Kids can be pretty rough with their belongings. That's why so many gadgets and toys designed for children are outfitted with soft rubber padding and that kind of thing. Computers are no exception. That's why the Intel classmate PC line has always been pretty rugged, and now it's been upgraded one more time. This isn't the first time we've seen an Intel classmate PC - not by a long shot - but it seems that Intel is intent on keeping this line alive. The latest announcement shows off an Intel-powered convertible classmate PC reference design. This is supposed to be the most flexible and durable design to date. To me, it looks like much the same thing.

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