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Intel
.@intel CEO tells @jimcramer it has revved up its innovation engine. Is it just the beginning? cnbc.com/id/102624016 pic.twitter.com/yTfU9Suk4x
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These #makers built a functioning spacesuit from off-the-shelf parts. See how they did it: intel.ly/1b7boTY #iQ pic.twitter.com/b142NTmri2
Record-breaking attendance filled the Spodek (UFO) in Katowice for this year’s Intel Extreme Masters. #IEM2015
The cyberpunk avatars of this world-domination game change how you play dress-up. See how: intel.ly/1HxzRyC #iQ pic.twitter.com/taWMUT4gT7
#Congrats to the Hubble #Space Telescope on 25 years of breathtaking views. We’re proud to have been a part of your journey. iq.intel.co.uk/the-hubble-space-telescope-celebrates-25-years-of-cosmic-wows
Proud to have joined your 25-year journey of redefining the universe @NASA_Hubble. #Hubble25 intel.ly/1bBocDn pic.twitter.com/4mmavmJ2SA
#DidYouKnow hyper-thread-enabled chips perform multiple tasks at once to eliminate downtime? intel.ly/1Fey15A pic.twitter.com/t5MF9mLgyj
Grocery check-outs move faster when they open up a second line. Hyper-threading helps our chips perform quicker the same way. By creating a second queue for processor instructions, hyper-threading eliminates CPU downtime while increasing performance.
Having fun! Highlights from the @acerofficial launch event in #NYC. New Aspire models with awesome designs. #Keepasking
Inspiration. Confidence. Innovation. #DaughtersAndSonsToWork Day inspires a new generation of #STEM innovators. pic.twitter.com/TuZbQ9g6ko
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Today is Take Our #DaughtersandSons to Work Day -- the perfect opportunity to empower young #dreamers, #makers, #scientists, and #engineers who will change our world. Are you taking your daughter or son to work?
What tech makes you smile? @acerofficial launch event in #NYC. Showing off some brilliant new devices #keepasking
Great news: all Acer BTS products 1” to 100” are upgradable to @Windows 10. #KeepAsking pic.twitter.com/tdIEaSnPOO
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At @Acer launch event in #NYC awesome to see what they have next #Keepasking acer.com/nextatacer pic.twitter.com/rLpt8Vc9kr
Jason Chen and @feraldata are waiting for you at tomorrow's Acer global press conference! @intel #keepasking pic.twitter.com/LhvsSrT25C
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A glitch-filled odyssey to the end of the #Minecraft world. ETA: 2036. See more: intel.ly/1OA5I23 #iQ pic.twitter.com/zmRpBrlJXz
See how smart home #tech @ohmconnect helps people save energy and make money: intel.ly/1DOmtnm #EarthDay #iQ pic.twitter.com/jACK42QY6V
Smaller chips = more energy efficient = less voltage needed. Win-win-win #MooresLaw #EarthDay intel.ly/1O9bP2s pic.twitter.com/MzAsfMk0Yd
Moore’s Law dictates our chips get faster, smarter and smaller over time – but it also helps the Earth, too. As chip transistors shrink to as small as 14nm, they leak less voltage and become more energy efficient. Now that’s smart. #EarthDay
“Everything has to fit, so precise, as a little puzzle piece.” – Layout Integration Program Manager Alikie Counihan (right) on designing an Intel fab.
Performing surgery at 14nm. See the microscopic world of a processor repairman: intel.ly/1O9boFr #MooresLaw #iQ pic.twitter.com/sgKMK5qNA3
New farming #science could reduce water use by 98% and eliminate pesticides. Learn more: intel.ly/1FYz2gu #iQ pic.twitter.com/MaiWOAvc20
Back in 1985, even spy-movie villains knew the power of #TrueKey’s biometric security. #RealSciFi pic.twitter.com/yBPhIfTVN9
50 years of life-changing innovation #MooresLaw See more: intel.ly/1F3tYc2 pic.twitter.com/BPU9QxSv0Q
On this day in 1965, Gordon Moore made a prediction in Electronics Magazine (Vol 38, No. 8, 4/19/65) that integrated circuits would set the pace for our modern digital revolution. Moore extrapolated that computing would dramatically increase in power, and decrease in relative cost, at an exponentia