- Intel CorporationBroadcast & New Media, 2000 - present
- KRON-TVPublicist, 1991 - 2000
- San Francisco Convention and Visitor's BureauMedia Relations Intern, 1991 - 1991
Ken Kaplan is editor-at-large for iQ by Intel. A founding member, writer and multi-media producer at Intel Free Press from 2010-2013, he joined Intel in 2000 and has help the company evolve from traditional media relations to technology news publisher. Prior to Intel, he was publicist at KRON-TV from 1992-2000. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and philosophy from California State University, Chico. Follow Ken on Twitter @kenekaplan.
- Vintage High School, Napa, CA1982 - 1986
- California State University, Chico1986 - 1991
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MICA Now Delivers Fashion Tips, Styling Tricks and Weekly Horoscopes Pow...
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A team of Intel researchers in India is finding ways to tackle social needs using affordable technologies.
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New scientific research and sophisticated technologies reveal the deeper purposes and possibilities of humor. Comedian Mitch Hedberg once ob
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The hottest topic at Mobile World Congress 2015 will connect billions of people and things to the internet and one … Continued
Defining the Future of Our Wireless World - iQ by Intel
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U.S. Postal Service Uses Supercomputers to Stamp Out Fraud
U.S. Postal Service finds new agility thanks to high-performance computers that detect postage fraud and enable Sunday deliveries.
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Finding the intersection of wearables, fashion, robots, video games and maybe your most playfully provocative nightmares. So much for a … Co