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How one #deaf   #engineer  successfully communicates in a technical environment. #deafawareness  
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Learn how +CERN upgraded its data center for the Large Hadron Collider's next run #LHC  
With upgraded hardware and capabilities, CERN pushes physics into new realms.
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New #3DXPoint  memory technology combines the best attributes of DRAM and NAND flash, and will remove physical limits of memory size for applications from game developers to big data analytics.
After years of research, a new memory technology with the best attributes of DRAM and NAND promises to "completely evolve how it's used in computing."
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Shoved one in my head yesterday...
Remembered my G+ password today
How about that!!!
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Engineers help run a two-week-long program to help Jordanian students how to become #makers  working with #Arduino  compatible Intel  #galileo  development boards.
Intel Education Service Corps guides Jordanian student maker projects with Intel Galileo in a two-week-long class at a local university.
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Intel's dedicated #automotive  design center in Germany re-thinks how #technology  goes into #cars . The Ethernet-based in-car infotainment system is more efficient and saves weight in the 2016 +Jaguar  #XJ  and #XF .  
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No more proprietary pens! The Universal Stylus Initiative will create a  #stylus   #standard  that can work on multiple devices.
Tech companies working together to create a stylus standard that would work across multiple devices.
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we need more standard, best, most simple everything
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Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C were conceived separately, but found each other to form the dynamic duo capable of a throughput of 40 Gbps.
How Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C Connector Came Together, Adding 40 Gbps Speeds
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How one artist brought analog visual storytelling into a digital world. #artists   #drawing   #animation  
How one artistic Intel employee created her dream job.
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The largest #maker  faire ever in South East Asia showcase Intel Edison and Galileo projects, such as a Babelfish translator and automatic plant watering.
Amazing projects showcase Intel Edison, Galileo to over 10,000 people at the largest maker showcase ever held in South East Asia
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The war against the machines won't happen anytime soon. Experts say that humanoid  #robots  are still no match for humans in a factory environment. #robotics  
Experts speaking at a UC Berkeley event talk about the realistic evolution of robotics, factories of the future and the shift of entrepreneurship.
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New exhibit at the +ComputerHistory museum from +Georgia Tech showcase a history of #wearables  for humans and even  #dogs  
New Computer History Museum exhibit showcases evolution of wearables, along with the challenges from the past and how much -- and how little -- has changed.
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Urban #farming  gets smart with Internet-connected hardware in a #chicken  coop. #galileo  
Small-scale farming gets smart and connected with chips, development boards, RFID tags, and webcams
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