Intel is starting a memory research project with the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) of Taiwan to address the performance gap and to reduce the power consumption of memory. The first project under the collaboration is focused on the future of memory technologies used in computing devices such as Ultrabooks™, laptops, tablets, and handhelds.  By creating memories with much greater energy efficiency, these mobile devices will be better equipped to handle the data-intensive applications of the future. Intel’s earlier collaborative work on memory has been productive and this new collaboration will allow key researchers to develop further innovations in interconnect and memory architecture with a particular focus on mobile computing devices.

App lovers can now go to Sprint.com and download apps from the Intel AppUpSM center. For a limited time, people who install and register with the Intel AppUp center will receive Angry Birds Rio and History Channel Trivia Challenge 2.0 for free ($9.98 value). Sprint is the first wireless provider in the U.S.  offering Intel AppUp center to their customers. Whether you’re in the mood for some home cooking, social networking or new twists on classic games, the Intel AppUp center is home to thousands of PC apps, and a perfect complement to Sprint’s 3G/4G-powered Dell Inspiron 11z.

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