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Intel CEO Ousted Over Relationship With Employee
Brian Krzanich had a consensual relationship with another employee.
Nearly Every Computer Made Since 1995 Is Dangerously Flawed. This Is Why.
For more than two decades, computer chips have been built with this shockingly dangerous vulnerability — and it’s going to take years to fix.
Lauren Bush Lauren on Queso and Babies
“My body and the body of other mothers — it’s crazy and awesome.”
Can Opening Ceremony Make Wearable Tech Cool?
Today the company unveiled a smart bracelet with Intel.
Opening Ceremony Is Doing a Magritte Collection
high tech high fashion
There Will Soon Be an Opening Ceremony Wearable Device
Carol Lim and Humberto Leon are collaborating with Intel.
John McAfee Thrilled That Intel Will Stop Using His Name
Worst software on the planet.”
There Is Now a Smartphone Named ‘Yolo’
Not a joke.
Which NYC Scandal Will Last: Madoff, Spitzer, Astor, or Weiner?
Years from now, which recent saga will be most memorable?
NYMag.com Wins Two National Magazine Awards
This very site took home Digital Ellies for Website and General Excellence.
Intel Chris Says Good-bye
Everybody, Meet Joe
Intel has a new family member!
NYMag.com and HowAboutWe Launch a New Dating Site
We’re back in the love business.
Everybody, Meet Noreen
Our new Intel blogger.
It’s 96 Degrees. Is Your Air Conditioner Up to the Task?
Do you even have an air conditioner?
And This Is When Obama Got the Idea to Turn Himself Into a Robot
Why hadn’t he thought of this before?
On Valentine’s Day, Write Down All the Sex You Had and We’ll Share It With the World
Do a V-Day sex diary!
It’s True: Intel Jessica Is Growing Up
Tell Us Your Problems!
Help us help you.
Will.I.Am Now Director of Creative Innovation for Intel
And “creative innovation” is not a euphemism for “club tracks.”
What Was the Greatest Day in New York History?
Blizzard of 2010: Let’s Get Home in Time for the New Year
Some thoughts about New York in the winter.
’Forbes’ has lost its executive editor.
‘Sad and Lonely’ Monday
We’ll get through this together.
Editor Hugo Lindgren on His Plans: Big Subjects, More
, and the End of ‘The Way We Live Now’
We chat with the new editor of the venerable newsweekly.
Vanilla Ice on His New Flipping Show: ‘I Dig the Colors and the Flowers, and It’s Just Neat’
We talk to the nineties rap star and current real-estate guru.
An Air Conditioner Fell Six Stories and Landed on Someone’s Head
This is the realization of a very specific nightmare.
Did Google Just Lose Their Last Line of Defense Against Hiring Raids?
Justice Department to six Silicon Valley giants: Let your people go!
Call for Sex Diarists (Again!)
Join the most secretive exhibitionist club on nymag.com.
Designer Nate Berkus: ‘I Feel Like I’ve Graduated From the Top Talk-Show School in the Universe’
Berkus debuts his own show on Monday.
We Are Looking for More Sex Diaries!
You know you want it.
Everybody, Meet Nitasha
Daily Intel has a new contributor!
Kathy Griffin on Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Scott Brown, Barney Frank, and Her Ex-Boyfriend Levi Johnston
The comedienne and reality star talks to us about her long July.
Where Do You Go to Stay Cool When It Is 102°?
Here are some of our secret air-conditioned oases. What are yours?
Are Joran van der Sloot and John Mark Karr Really Back in Our Lives?
What is this, 2006 all over again?
NYMag.com Has a New Android App!
It’s Going to Be a Lovely Memorial Day Weekend!
Especially if you’re in Southampton.
Do Anything Fun on Your Roof?
We want to hear from you.
Wisenheimers, Scary People, and Debate-Team Captains: A Taxonomy of Commenting Communities
An anthropological survey of thirteen strange online cultures.
Now That We’ve Launched Facebook Connect, It’s Even Easier for You to Comment on NYMag.com
You commenters are going to love this.
Gay Men’s Health Crisis Eyeing Move Out of Longtime Chelsea Headquarters
With the closure of St. Vincent’s, this makes two landmarks in the HIV/AIDS fight that are disappearing from their old neighborhoods.
Looking for Men
Aren’t we always?
Tariq Ramadan: I Would Not Teach in the U.S. Now
Though the ban on the Muslim scholar’s entry to country has been lifted, he tells us he would not come here to teach.
David Carr Defends His iPad Lust
The ‘Times’ media writer has been a little zesty in his appreciation for the new device.
How Obama’s (Sometimes) Subtle Style Worked for Health Care
And how it’s working on financial-regulation reform.
NYMag.com Snags Two Ellies
‘National Geographic’ and ‘New York’ both took home two awards each.
Walk-Through: Giant Maisonette in the American Thread Building
It includes an original Keith Haring wall mural!
Candy Crowley on Her New Sunday Role: ‘Someone Will Write Me and Say: Don’t Ever Wear That Again!’
And it will probably be my mother.”
The Ballad of Uptown Gerry, City Chicken
Two writers, Elyssa East and Susan Orlean, tried to save it.
A Thought on Evan Lysacek’s Win
What does it mean?