“Hafnium high-k, what?” you ask? What does it all mean? Yes, I know. To many of us this all sounds like a bunch of technical mumbo jumbo and makes us all feel like we’re back in high school chemistry class. … Read more
Monthly Archives: November 2007
You may have seen sunflowers in bloom on the Intel website, YouTube and the Intel Online Press Room and wondering what do Intel and sunflowers have in common?
Yes, I made a super-short 5 min video about the DARPA Urban Challenge. The event was SUPERB FUN and very well produced. I would like to congratulate the two Intel sponsored teams (who came 1st and 2nd!) as well as … Read more
The first tech reviews are out, and Legit Reviews said “the new Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 is the fastest processor on the market today.” Even TIME Magazine named Intel’s new 45nm process one of “The Best Inventions Of The … Read more
In just 45 days, Intel will honor the 60th anniversary of the invention of the transistor. On December 16th, 1947 the first practical point-contact transistor was built at Bell Labs. Transistors are the fundamental on/off electrical switches for every device … Read more