Monthly Archives: January 2008
Apple has again come out with an exciting new platform. It is the MacBook Air and it has definitely created a new buzz in the PC industry. The Lorado Ultra thin concept had led the path in showcasing what these … Read more
It’s been a week since I’ve returned from CES and all the buzz has calmed down, but I really wanted to talk about the new MacBook Air . I know they didn’t showcase this new computer at CES, but since … Read more
Offsetting the mean bloggers at CES, the exhaustion from a show that the NYtimes described as One million exhibitors. Sixty million attendees. Four trillion booths spread across an area the size of Rhode Island. and the brutal traffic in Vegas, … Read more
Beyond the Hi-Def Lounge, beyond the mobile majesty of our MIDs and past our amazing laptop spiral (video) at CES 2008, we wanted to get back to what’s central in all of our lives. We had a team positioned with … Read more
Prior to CES, Intel’s Uday Keshavdas posted a quick story letting people know that a cool collection of new MIDs, Mobile Internet Devices, would be inside the Intel Booth. The night before CES started, Tom Foremski told me at the … Read more
We took the silicon core of an Intel Core 2 Duo microprocessor, a camera and a microphone to the Las Vegas Strip here at CES 2008… and asked people ‘What is this thing?” See the reactions for yourself. For those … Read more
As one of the Intel booth demo staffers, I had the pleasure of meeting hundreds of visitors to the Intel booth. The one thing they all had in common was a passion for Intel technology and the desire to learn … Read more
NPR’s Digital Culture Consultant, Laura Sydell, went for a ride in a GM Suburban hooked up with a WiMAX connection. Listen to her experience with broadband on the go.
Intel’s Dan Snyder shows off some of the new Ninja gaming rigs from Commodore!