Intel invested $1.5 billion in Chinese chipmakers; Schmidt says competition between Apple, Google is more brutal than ever

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> Intel invested $1.5 billion in Chinese chipmakers. Article

> Citizen hackers are tinkering with medical devices, often to add connectivity. Article

> A Sony researcher is using cameras, drones and sensors to capture and share what others are seeing and feeling. Article

> Perhaps opening the door for using drones to enable broadband communications, the FAA is allowing six Hollywood video companies to use unmanned aerial vehicles on Hollywood film sets. Article

> Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says competition between Apple and Google is more brutal than ever. Article

> The China Communications Standards Association and Open Mobile Alliance signed an MoU to foster cooperation. Release

And finally… Roger Moore, of 007 fame, wants everyone to know that he did not eat a Scotch egg. Article

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