Following the acquisition of Telmap navigation and location-based services, Intel has introduced a new developer services beta providing location-based APIs for enhanced app development capabilities on Ultrabooks and other mobile devices. Developers can use these APIs cross-platform, cross-device and cross-operating systems for functionalities such as geocoding, reverse geocoding, mapping, directions and point of interest to create location-aware games, social networking, lifestyle and other apps for use on any device. Enroll in the developer services beta by signing up today.

Kurtis Carsch, 17, of Plano, Tex. discusses with a curious young man his research, which could result in cleaner, lower-cost fuel.

Kurtis Carsch, 17, of Plano, Tex. discusses with a curious young man his research, which could result in cleaner, lower-cost fuel.

At the Intel Science Talent Search, a program of Society for Science & the Public, Kurtis Carsch, 17, of Plano, Tex. discussed with a curious young man his research which could result in cleaner, lower-cost fuel. Kurtis is one of 40 Intel Science Talent Search finalists competing this week in the nation’s oldest and most prestigious high school science research competition. The top winners in this year’s competition will be announced on Tuesday evening around 9 pm ET. Follow the news here.

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