Appmobi announced this week that it is integrating its Appmobi Secure Mobile Platform with the Intel XDK cross-platform app development tool and offering its services from free to mobile app developers through its new Secure Cloud service for up to 500 devices.
It seems that the Internet of Things could force chip makers like Intel to overhaul their chip making techniques.
While the report is extensive and touches on a slew of facts and figures about Intel's diversity, it's the emphasis on diverse hiring tactics, gender pay parity and an aim to end online harassment that seem to set Intel apart.
Intel has fixed a security flaw in its Intel Driver Update utility that could allow hackers to remotely install malware.
Intel yesterday took the wraps off its 6th generation Intel Core vPro processor family, which offers a special emphasize towards authentication tech and Windows 10.
Cisco appears to be taking an interest in alternate software-defined WAN technologies. The networking vendor's investment arm is part of a funding round of cloud SD-WAN VeloCloud.
Enterprise mobility management vendor MobileIron has named former Wind River President Barry Mainz as its new CEO effective immediately. Mainz replaces founding CEO Bob Tinker, who will remain on the board of directors.
Amazon opened the door to a host of questions about its plans in the chip world with the introduction this week of a new product from Annapurna Labs, the chip company Amazon bought last year.
Intel will reportedly bring its independently run Internet of Things subsidiary Wind River fully into the fold, according to a report from Fortune.
Intel has teamed with augmented reality firm DAQRI on an industrial augmented reality helmet that enables workers to overlay information, such as work instructions, safety information, mapping and thermal images, on top of the worker's field of view.