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Tech Companies Make EPA’s ‘Green Power’ List

Since 2004 the Environmental Protection Agency has released a list of top companies that use what it calls “Green Power”. This quarter, 7 tech giants have made the list Green Power Resources include clean and renewable energy sources like solar, geothermal, biomass, wind and hydro power. The EPA ranks them in order of the number of kilowatt hours of green …

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Intel Q1, 2012 Earnings Welcome Another Growth Year

Yesterday Intel published their 2012 Q1 earnings and revenue report, and things are looking pretty good for the technology giant going into Q2. Revenue came in at just under $13 billion, with an operating income of $3.8 billion, and a net income of $2.7 billion. Not too shabby! They generated approximately $3 billion from operation and used $1.5 billion to …

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Corporations Supporting CISPA Include Facebook, Microsoft

Is this how unwanted Internet regulation passes? When enough popular web-based/tech corporations support a bill that’s potentially as damaging as SOPA, causing their legion of followers to accept the inevitable? If so, there’s a really good chance the backlash SOPA experienced could be a thing of past, at least in regards to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). …

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Google’s Chromebooks Getting An Ivy Bridge Upgrade?

The source code for Coreboot, the software that handles the initial booting process in Google’s Chrome OS operating system, has recently been updated to allow it to interface with Intel’s Sandy Bridge and upcoming Ivy Bridge processors. The change suggests that future Chromebooks models will be getting a major speed boost. The update was first noticed by Michael Larabel of …

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Intel Helping To Bring Broadband To Appalachian Ohio

Having grown up in the Appalachian region of the country, I know just how bad the Internet situation is. If you live up one of the “hollers,” you’re either stuck with dial-up or expensive satellite Internet. The problem comes from ISPs not wanting to foot the bill when it comes to laying line up all of the extensive backroads. The …

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Create Your Own Infographic From Your Facebook, Twitter & YouTube Activity

Intel seems to be really getting into infographics. They just put one out about what’s happening on the Internet every minute, and they’re also offering a tool where users can grant access to their Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts, and auto-generate infographics based on that data. The tool is called “What About Me?” The data all seems pretty random, and …

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What’s Happening On The Internet Every Minute [Infographic]

How much time do you spend on the internet every day? I spend at least eight hours online every weekday, and that’s a conservative estimate. I know some smart-phone addicts who are probably wired in, one way or another, nearly every minute of the day — excluding the six or so hours they sleep at night. While we’re all hanging …

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Intel, NASA and Others Join Forces to Support Students

The Administrator of NASA, Charles Bolden blogged recently about his recent trip to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech’s “Day of Engineering.” Bolden attended a Facebook pep rally that was the kick off to President Obama’s new “Stay with it” campaign, which is devoted to graduating 10,000 engineers each year. “Spearheaded by Intel President & CEO, Paul Otellini, who is also …

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Toshiba Updates Satellite Laptops

Toshiba has announced that it will be updating its Satellite P and L series in the coming months, as a part of a general revamping of its laptops, TV’s and peripherals. The company has yet to post pricing for the new computers, and there isn’t any information on processor updates. The new models appear to be typical of incremental updates. …

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Intel Unveils Graphics Performance Analyzers 2012

At the Game Developers Conference (GDC) today in San Francisco, Intel released Intel GPA 2012, the latest suite of tools for game and media app developers to optimize performance. The new software is now available for smartphones, tablets, and ultrabook app developers, and will be able to support Android devices later this year. Intel Corporation today introduced Intel Graphics Performance …

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Mobile World Congress: Intel Increasing Its Smartphone Presence

Intel has added a number of smartphone makers to its list of customers, the company announced to day at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Deals with Lava International of India, ZTE of China, the UK’s Orange, and Visa. As part of the deals – similar to those Intel currently enjoys with Motorola and Lenovo – Intel chips will begin …

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Intel Buys RealNetwork Patents

Intel has agreed to purchase a collection of almost 200 patents and 170 patent application from the RealNetwork. This $120 million deal also includes Real’s next-generation video codec software. RealNetworks President and CEO Thomas Nielsen claims: “Selling these patents to Intel unlocks some of the substantial and unrealized value of RealNetworks assets, …It represents an extraordinary opportunity for us to …

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