Work will begin in earnest shortly on relocating more than 1,000 El Paso County employees into new and renovated office space amid a massive shuffle of county offices, agencies, and services -- a project budgeted at $50.5 million.
"Just in a matter of even a few weeks, you'll see... more »
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - How smart do you want your smart phone to actually be? Do you want it to read your mind, even a little bit?
Intel Corp.'s research chief, Justin Rattner, says that technology has advanced to the point that an idea of "context-aware computing" that's been... more »
San Francisco is playing host to the first App Nation convention, a way for app makers, developers and funders to show off the very latest in mobile wares.
From small companies, like Clr Touch, whose CEO Mark Spates says we're now living in "the synthetic society, where a version... more »
Colorado Springs City Councilman Darryl Glenn and County Commissioner Wayne Williams will hold a public meeting Thursday night on medical marijuana dispensaries and the County's purchase of the old Intel building.
The meeting will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at Fire Station 19 at 2490 Research Parkway... more »
El Paso County Commissioners are considering a $50 million consolidation project that would relocate several of their offices into one central building.
Should the Sustainable Facilities plan be approved, a vacant office building at the former Intel Processor Plant on Garden of the Gods Road could house the Health... more »
Mind reading may no longer be the domain of psychics and fortune tellers - now some computers can do it, too.
Intel Corp. showcased some of its technological innovations on Wednesday in Manhattan.
Among the still-under-development projects was software that uses brain scans to determine what items people... more »
Intel Corp. CEO Paul Otellini says the personal-computer market is pulling out of its slump faster than many analysts expect. Otellini said at a conference Tuesday that he expects PC sales to be "flat to slightly up" this year from last. That diverges from forecasts from market research firms IDC... more »