Monthly Archives: October 2008

Honey bee video monitoring- Intel researchers tackle agricultural issues

Love them or hate them, without Honey Bee’s we won’t survive. Bee’s pollinate the everyday foods we eat making them vital to our way of life. The honey bee population here in the US is in critical condition from what … Read more >

The Softer Side of Technology

My days are filled with bites and bytes and feeds and speeds. It’s all about technology and for the most part pretty cold and clinical. Sometimes I lose sight of the amazing caring things people are actually doing with technology. … Read more >

A Smarter 802.11 Draft-N

I remember when I got my first 802.11b Wi-Fi network at home. Back then 11Mbps easily handled the demands of my small digital world. But the digital contents of my life grew in size. 802.11g Wi-Fi came along with 54Mbps. … Read more >

Nehalem-based Core i7 processors coming in November (17th)

Many people had asked when the first Nehalem-based processors were going to be available. For those who have been watching, Intel confirmed today that the initial processors based on this new architecture began shipping to customers in Q3, and we … Read more >

Intel Insider Somewhat Frank Goes to Baltimore

Last week I was invited to be on a panel at InterAct 2008 in Washington DC. There are lots of great social media pioneers in DC — some at the event included: NewMediaJim on Twitter Somewhat Frank from AOL and … Read more >

News Watch: WiMAX in Baltimore; Early Reviews

Wednesday is the day…Sprint-Nextel and its XOHM unit, Intel and several partners will be in Baltimore to officially unveil the U.S.’s first 4G network based on WiMAX. Creating and deploying a tailor-made network for broadband wireless Internet access, speedy Intel-based … Read more >