Is 3D printing the future of medicine? Intel seems to think so.

James O'Malley Wearables 1 Comment

Intel's stand at the Wearable Technology Show is all about health and fitness - and it appears that the company is working on some potentially exciting things in health care. First up I had a look at a prototype that Intel is developing in Turkey called the "Smart Splint". Despite medical technology coming on leaps…

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The Digest: Console sales rise… and 4 other things people are talking about today

Stuart O'Connor Computer Security, Computers, Internet Of Things, Microsoft, Mobile phones, PlayStation 4, Sony, The Digest, Video games, Xbox One, YouTube Leave a Comment

Console sales up dramatically in 2014 as Xbox One finishes strongly | Engadget "Console fanboys, get ready to gloat - or mope. Actually, (nearly) everybody can be cheered by the latest data from NPD, which showed console sales up a cool 20 percent from last year to to over $5 billion. Leading the…

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Intel officially reveal Haswell and Bay Trail fourth-gen processors, ultrabooks and tablets the focus

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Intel have officially launched its fourth generation of processors, Haswell and Bay Trail, looking to focus on getting the chips in ultrabooks, tablets and hybrid devices. Revealed during the company's Computex 2013 press event in Taipei after many months of…

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CES 2013: Lenovo K900 is a 5.5-inch super-slim Intel powered smartphone

Gerald Lynch CES 2013, Mobile phones, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

Lenovo aren't only showing off laptops and giant tabletop tablets at CES 2013. They've also got a handful of mobiles on display too. Their new flagship is the Lenovo K900, a super-slim smartphone powered by Intel's latest mobile processors. Measuring…

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CES 2013: Plastic Logic PaperTab flexible tablet could be the future of paper

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Plastic Logic may have left their own-branded eReader devices behind, but they're still innovating in the electronic paper field. For CES 2013, they've teamed up with Intel and Queen's University to develop the PaperTab, a 10.7 inch flexible tablet concept…

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