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At CES, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off the company's Real Sense capabilities with a game of drone ping-pong. He also announced a new program to promote diversity within the company. CNET News Editor in Chief Connie Guglielmo sat down with him the day after Intel's keynote to get more details.
The chip giant is putting money and accountability behind its diversity push, but it still faces an uphill battle in making change, experts say.
We brave the crowds to take you on a quick tour of some of the cool tech on show at Intel's stand. Check it out.
Intel believes the chip will serve as a platform for new product. It is set to debut in the second half of the year.
Last month, Intel released a preview video of its Spider Dress, a 3D-printed concept that looked equal parts creepy and beautiful. Tomorrow Daily hosts Ashley Esqueda and Khail Anonymous brave the danger and get up close and personal with this gorgeous piece of futuristic fashion at CES 2015.
The company lost $4.2 billion in mobile last year but hopes these new chips will help turn that business around.
Intel's chief financial officer, Stacy Smith, visits CNET to talk about how his company plans to power tomorrow's devices.
Stacy Smith, finance chief of the world's biggest chipmaker, sits down with CNET's Ben Fox Rubin to discuss PCs, mobile and wearables.
The company has been working to diversify beyond its personal-computer chips business. Last year's focus was on wearables.