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The Stanley Cup makes a rare visit to a...Chip Fab? #StanleyCup 
What's the Stanley Cup Doing at Intel? The 121-year old Stanley Cup makes a visit to a state-of-the-art silicon chip factory.
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'Human Factor' Often Overlooked in Wearable Computing http://buff.ly/1qyQAGd #wearables #Galileo #IoT
Looking for feeling and emotion amid the technology, a group of engineers participated in a 1-day wearables hands-on workshop focusing on the human factor.
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The evolution of tech company logos offers a glimpse at how companies have changed over the years -- some have changed radically and some barely at all. #logos #techlogo 
The evolution of tech company logos offers a glimpse at how companies have changed over the years -- some have changed radically and some barely at all.
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Fruity high tech mocktails were served up at a recent Silicon Valley career fair. Here are the recipes. #mocktail   #recipe   #career  
Fruity high tech mocktails were served up at a recent Silicon Valley career fair. Here are the recipes.
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Teacher Using Minecraft to Extend Education Beyond Physical Classroom
Minecraft mod enables immersive and interactive coursework in Kuwait school.
#education   #minecraft   #learning  
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Pebble CEO talks with ReadWrite on wearables, early failures, and competition.
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"People don't think about how a cell phone works. They don't think about what is behind the wall plug," said Intel Fellow Kelin Kuhn who believes engineers need to understand that technology is not mysterious. 
"People don't think about how a cell phone works. They don't think about what is behind the wall plug," said Intel Fellow Kelin Kuhn who believes engineers need to understand that technology is not mysterious.
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Bluetooth is everywhere from headphones to computers to wearable tech, but do you know all the things the wireless connection standard can do?

SEE MORE: http://j.mp/1h3s9eg 
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17 Tips to Unretire Your Old Smartphone
Entertainment, education and security among way you can still use your older smartphone. #smartphone #tips
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One for the Road: Stephen Hawking's New Computer
Custom 2 in 1 computer system for British physicist eases transitions and travel.
http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/one-road-stephen-hawkings-new-computer/7912
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Intel Free Press is a tech news site from Intel Corporation, covering technology and innovation stories that are often overlooked or warrant more context and deeper reporting. The stories here are reported and produced by writers employed by the company with a focus on people, technology, events and topics relevant to Intel.

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