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Today, Intel joined Linux Foundation and LiMo Foundation™ in support of Tizen™, a new Linux-based open source software platform for multiple device categories. The standards-based Tizen project will be hosted at the Linux Foundation and offer an operating system and a robust, flexible standards-based HTML5 and WAC web development environment within which device-independent apps can be produced. Tizen builds upon the strengths of both LiMo and MeeGo and Intel will be working with our MeeGo partners to help them transition to Tizen. The initial release of Tizen is expected in Q1’2012, enabling the first devices in the market mid-2012.

The new Cisco Cius, built using the Intel® Atom™ Processor, is the first collaborative tablet built specifically for businesses. Available now, it's made for companies that need a mobile solution – like those in the healthcare, retail, finance and manufacturing industries. Mobile workers using the Cius have access to all their important Android applications, better collaboration with colleagues and increased productivity. CIOs and IT managers have a device that is integrated into the company’s infrastructure and has the control needed to keep the system manageable, safe and secure. Check out the post from Intel's Bill Kircos where he talks more about Cius for businesses.

Addicted to the History Channel? Test your history knowledge with History Channel Trivia. A variety of questions keep playing fun and challenging while you try to take the highest score on the charts. Particularly fond of U.S. History? The McGraw-Hill U.S. History Quiz app quizzes your knowledge of American history with 80 multiple-choice questions and answers. Want to pass on the love of history to your children? Start them early with Putt-Putt Travels Through Time. Together with Putt-Putt, your children will leap through time - exploring new dimensions and discovering new friends. Visit the Intel AppUpSM center for more fun history apps.

E4 Computer Engineering, an Italian IT company with HPC recognition, and reference customers such as e.g. C.E.R.N. and EPFL, has recently completed a further step to maintain excellence in the research and development of highly-advanced HPC solutions by obtaining the Intel® Cluster Ready certification for the system E-Cluster 7225. The Intel Cluster Ready certification helps to ensure E-Clusters, from 4 to hundreds of nodes, based on Intel® Xeon® 5600 series processors, InfiniBand and Ethernet, are ready to install and run all major parallel ISV applications out-of-the-box. Learn more about E4's Intel Cluster Ready solutions

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