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In effort to curb e-waste, Singapore is set to test if data centres can operate in sweltering heat

While technology may discover the silver bullet for climate change, at this moment e-waste is a legitimate problem 

Chinese chip maker releases a US$79 laptop

The computer is cheaper than a MacBook Pro charger, so don't feel guilty when it accidentally falls of the desk 

US$4M round puts cybersecurity startup Siemplify on the radar

Using tech developed in military intelligence, the Israeli startup is bursting onto the scene with a real time, graphic display of cyber threats attacking business information systems 

Bangalore-based MagicStick in talks with Sequoia, Kae Capital to raise US$5 million

MagicStick recently launched its PC stick -- a fully operational desktop PC that can be plugged into any television or desktop socket 

NUS team wins Intel competition for making Parkinson's patients' lives easy

The team PD Loggers has developed a wearable device that enables patients to re-initiate normal activity when a 'freezing episode' is detected 

India's Titan joins hands with HP to develop smartwatches

The world's fifth-largest watch maker plans to launch its smartwatches in India and select other markets by the end of this year 

Intel invests US$67M into a slew of Chinese companies

The newly-funded tech firms are from industries such as IoT, robotics, cloud and data business as well as hardware manufacturing 

Intel pledges US$125M global fund for startups run by women, minorities

The new fund, called the Intel Capital Diversity Fund, will target global startups run by women or minorities, and will last for five years 

Google, Intel invest in fin-tech as corporate interest jumps 176%

In 2014, more than 90 unique corporations invested in fin-tech startups, a 176 per cent increase from 2010 

Taiwan's MediaTek announces US$300 million fund for startups

Fund will be used to invest in startups particularly in the fields of semiconductor system and devices, Internet infrastructure, IoT 

Meet the most active Internet of Things investors in 2014

Intel Capital leads in the list of the most active venture capital and corporate investors in the IoT space in 2014, followed by Sequoia Capital and True Ventures 

Intel Capital invests US$28 million from China Smart Device Innovation Fund

The fund to accelerate innovations in smartphones, tablets, wearables and IoT in China 

Can the Internet of Things transform India?

Smart technologies that can help save electricity, reduce pollution, monitor health of citizens is what India needs. Is IoT the answer? 

Will Intel be reshaping the world we live in?

From smart earbuds to chic bracelet, all show Intel’s efforts to diversify from its core businesses. Will the chipmaker achieve what it has set out to seek? 

Intel teams up with a fashion house to create chic smartband

The smartband MICA, with features such as sapphire glass display screen, semi-precious jewels and snakeskin, is meant to lure a woman’s heart 

Is Intel's RealSense 3D going to be a big leap in mobile camera tech?

Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet series is the first mobile device to contain Intel's new technology revealed at IDF 

Intel releases latest version of its Xeon processor at IDF

The newest member of the Xeon family has been unveiled at Intel Developer Forum in California. The American firm claims it offers threefold performance than the previous models 

Young scientist Shannon Lee gets brainy with eggplants

However, Shannon Lee's plans to commercialise this electrocatalyst will have to wait. Why? 

Obsolete teaching methods are a no-no; tech can revolutionise learning

Technology can usher in a new wave of education and create the next generation of innovators, says Intel 

Have a great wearable tech idea? Intel has US$1.3M to give away

The grand prize winner will receive US$500,000. Unfortunately, only Singaporeans from the Southeast Asia region can participate in the contest 

Google India launches TVC to help women get online

Google India's new ad narrates the tale of a mother – how internet helps her overpower whims of her son. Google hopes to get 50M Indian women online by next year 

[Taiwan] APEC Start-Up Accelerator Leadership Summit 2013

Catch the Intel APEC Challenge at the APEC Start-Up Accelerator Leadership Summit 2013. 

Online translation service Gengo funded by Intel, Infocomm Investments

Gengo, an online translation service, has just raised a US$12 million funding round to accelerate global expansion and improve technology. 

[Infographic] Closing the Internet gender gap

In a recent study by commissioned by Intel Corporation, several questions such as "What is the size of the Internet gap?", "What prevents women from accessing the Internet?" were asked in order to find out more about the Internet gender gap in developing countries and what the potential benefits of bridging the gap will bring.