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Intel Corp. is unveiling new technology that will let computers wake up from their power-saving sleep state when they receive a phone call over the internet, the Associated Press reports. Current computers have to be fully on to receive a call, making them impractical and energy-wasters as replacements for the telephone. The new component that Intel is announcing Aug. 14 will let computers automatically return to a normal, full-powered state when a call comes in. The computer can activate its microphone and loudspeaker to alert the user, then connect the call…
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