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iPhone 7 models with Intel inside suffer from slower LTE speeds

When it comes to LTE speeds, not all iPhone 7 devices are created equal. A new study found performance differences between the Intel and Qualcomm modems used in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus that can
Adweek's Brand Genius Class of 2016: Meet Marketing’s Most Talented 10

Adweek's Brand Genius Class of 2016: Meet Marketing’s Most Talented 10

Robert Ascroft As the most contentious presidential race in modern history grinds to its end, it seems like Americans can't agree on much. But take heart, fellow citizens, for all is not lost.
Some of Marketing's Brightest Minds Share Their Best Advice for the Next Generation

Some of Marketing's Brightest Minds Share Their Best Advice for the Next Generation

This year's Brand Genius winners once again represent a group of elite marketers creating groundbreaking work for brands within their respective categories. So what will it take for marketers of
How to Make Sure Your Branded Content Isn't Really Just an Ad

How to Make Sure Your Branded Content Isn't Really Just an Ad

Within the last few years, we've seen the TV and advertising industries devolve into a state of bedlam. The ensuing conundrum of how you reach consumers when none of them is even remotely interested

How “Toaster Tech” is Blazing the Trail to Profits

This post How “Toaster Tech” is Blazing the Trail to Profits appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Connected gadgets are set to rule the world. It’s time to get ready for insane growth. Today, Greg
Intel moves away from wearables after Basis Peak failure

Intel moves away from wearables after Basis Peak failure

Intel may be in the process of drastically downscaling its wearable division, as it starts to curtail losses in several emerging markets. The chipmaker has reportedly sent emails to staff in the New
Intel signs deal with Delphi to supply self-driving computing power

Intel signs deal with Delphi to supply self-driving computing power

Intel will be the primary supplier of computing power inside Delphi’s self-driving system of the future. The two companies signed the deal on Monday, giving Intel another major partner in the auto
This New York Shop Takes a Jazz-like Approach to Marketing and Events

This New York Shop Takes a Jazz-like Approach to Marketing and Events

Specs Who President Esther Yoon, CEO Maurice Bernstein What Media, marketing and events shop Where New York and Los Angeles Every band, and every brand, has a backstory of when and how they
Intel’s i7-7700k overclocked to a ridiculous 7GHz thanks to liquid nitrogen

Intel’s i7-7700k overclocked to a ridiculous 7GHz thanks to liquid nitrogen

Intel's much-anticipated high-performance Kaby Lake processors are almost here, which means anyone with a PC built for gaming or other heavy lifting tasks will have to decide whether or not it's time
AMD’s Ryzen threatens to destroy Intel’s gaming supremacy

AMD’s Ryzen threatens to destroy Intel’s gaming supremacy

Intel's Core processors have long been the overwhelming favorite amongst PC gamers when compared to AMD's alternatives. AMD's chips have impressive specs of their own, and have been shown to
How Inventors and Ad Agencies Are Starting to Shape the Internet of Things' Next Phase

How Inventors and Ad Agencies Are Starting to Shape the Internet of Things' Next Phase

What can a hot tub that makes its own shopping list tell us about the future of the internet? To better understand how connected devices benefit from giving and receiving data, James Whittaker, a
Intel Core i7-7700K review: Kaby Lake debuts for desktop

Intel Core i7-7700K review: Kaby Lake debuts for desktop

Intel's new Kaby Lake CPU hits the market today, but is it a worthwhile upgrade? How much performance did Intel's improved 14nm process yield? We review the core, explore these questions, and discuss
HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 targets business with an eye for design and security

HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 targets business with an eye for design and security

If the Spectre x360 is the hybrid notebook for mainstream consumers, the EliteBook x360 1030 G2 is the hybrid for business customers. Today, HP revealed the next iteration of the EliteBook x360 at CES
Intel is acquiring an ownership stake in navigation company HERE

Intel is acquiring an ownership stake in navigation company HERE

Intel has announced plans to acquire a 15-percent ownership stake in HERE, the navigation company. HERE provides a navigation app not unlike Google Maps, and its data is used for relevant technology,
Why Intel Wants a Piece of Mapping App HERE

Why Intel Wants a Piece of Mapping App HERE

It avoids relying on Google or Apple maps.
Why Intel Wants a Piece of Mapping App HERE

Why Intel Wants a Piece of Mapping App HERE

It avoids relying on Google or Apple maps.
Intel officially reveals the latest and greatest desktop CPUs

Intel officially reveals the latest and greatest desktop CPUs

We all knew Intel's new Kaby Lake generation of processors would hit desktops sooner rather than later, and it appears the company chose today as the day to officially show off its newest
New 7th gen Intel Cores put the focus on performance, gaming

New 7th gen Intel Cores put the focus on performance, gaming

If you thought that Intel was done with its Kaby Lake generation of Core processors, then its CES 2017 announcement just proved you wrong. Then again, it’s not surprising either. The first batch of
Asus officially unveils the Chromebook Flip C302CA, the newest entry to the higher-end Chromebook market

Asus officially unveils the Chromebook Flip C302CA, the newest entry to the higher-end Chromebook market

In a shocking turn of events, Asus has officially released the Chromebook Flip C302CA. An all-aluminum entry into the ever-growing world of Chromebooks, the newest Flip will come in a few different
Intel rolls out the rest of the Kaby Lake CPU family

Intel rolls out the rest of the Kaby Lake CPU family

Intel didn't just unveil the Core i7-7700K Tuesday-- it also launched a completely new lineup of chips for desktop and mobile. We breakdown the SKUs, discuss the improvements, and wonder where Intel