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CNET News.com's Tom Krazit attended Intel Research Labs' open house on June 20 in Mountain View, Calif., and saw several new systems on display. First was a setup to detect cheaters in online gaming. Then came a futuristic look at dynamic rendering using mini-robotics and complex control software.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos speaks with a representative from the company's digital home group about the Expresso Spark, an exercise bicycle equipped with Intel's Viiv platform. The interview took place at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
For rural areas that are far from urban medical centers, travel cost and distance can prevent people from getting the care they need. At an open house of the Intel Research Laboratory at Berkeley, Calif., on March 22, we found one project that may solve that problem. CNET News.com's Zamir Haider talks with researchers who are trying to help doctors reach their patients by Internet.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos reports from the Intel Berkeley Lab during its open house, March 22. He speaks with two researchers working on systems to provide Internet access to remote locations as efficiently as possible.
Nike's newest activity monitor promises to log the time you spend exercising more precisely. But is it the right device for you? CNET's Sumi Das rounds up the latest fitness-tracking tech, from a wearable device that scores high on style points to a wristband that keeps up with your bench presses.
Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's sales and marketing group, says they're pleased with the start of their cell phone chip business. With CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos, he talks about what's happened this year.\r\n
IrisNet--a network of Webcams and sensors able to monitor locations ranging from the coast to the closest available parking space--is the latest from Intel Research. Researcher Phillip Gibbons gives CNET News.com correspondent James Hilliard a demonstration.
Can Intel derail the AMD juggernaut? Get the inside scoop as Charles Cooper, Michael Kanellos, Tom Krazit and special guest Roger Kay debate the question in this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
Did my cell phone just vibrate or am I going crazy? Today's 404 episode explains phantom cell phone vibrations and why the new Samsung Galaxy S III randomly burst into flames. We'll also talk about a YouTube video showing excessive bullying and what you can do about it, and a gym banning skinny people from exercising!
Brian Cooley shows of the latest Toyota Prius, and News.com reporter Tom Krazit talks about Apple's future with and without Steve Jobs.