Posts tagged as Intel

From research to real quantum computing?

The word “quantum” appears today in just about every article about computing and electronics. While quantum means significant and considerable, it is not just new age “mumbo-jumbo”. It underlies many of today’s most important technologies, including lasers and semiconductors found in every computer chip. More specifically, quantum computing is a new type of computing, as […]

Intel teases new VR headset at CES

Computer chip maker Intel has shown off its latest virtual reality headset, which the company describes as its push into “merged reality”.  At a press briefing on Wednesday in Las Vegas, ahead of the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Intel teased the first version of its Project Alloy headset. Intel says the headset, which […]

Tough questions asked at ICASA’s Type Approval public hearing

  The Independent Authority of South Africa (ICASA) councillors and Type Approval experts asked the industry some tough questions at a public hearing held on 14 December 2016. The hearing related to which type of communication equipment should be exempted from Type Approval. “Type Approval” means certifying that a product meets certain requirements for its […]

Conference highlights smart IoT

  The Internet of Things Africa Summit (IOTAS) and Smart Expo took place at the Radisson Blu Gautrain Hotel on 6 and 7 July 2016. The focus was on the socio-economic impact and potential of the internet of things (IoT) in Africa and the opportunities, challenges and solutions within the realm of everything “smart”. Topics […]