Intel Recap - CES 2013
Jan 7, 2013 6:08 PM
This car's first-ever 4G LTE data plan spoils everyone. Passengers can stay online, and the driver gets some impressive data services from the MMI infotainment system and Audi connect.
Manufacturers announced a slew of Chromebooks on Tuesday, all powered by the Intel Bay Trail-M processor. Chromebooks will also use Intel's Core i3 chip.
AMD showed off "Seattle," its first ARM chips for servers. But more important was AMD's announcement of "SkyBridge," which will bring together ARM and AMD's traditional X86 chips.
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The Hamsa Touch project converts images from a screen into electrical impulses, helping users with impaired vision feel what's on a screen.
We love two green things in this world -- the Android robot and guacamole. Here's how we combined the two on Cinco de Mayo.
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