Yearly Archives: 2008

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 >

California Uber Alles — State Picked as CeBIT 2009 Partner

A famous punk anthem jostled through my mind today after seeing California Governor Arnold Schwarzeneger at Intel headquarters celebrating California as the first state ever to be named “official partner” of the enormous and enormously successful tech trade show CeBIT, … Read more >

Calibrating the Netbook Frenzy — A ‘Basic’ Primer

It’s great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there. That’s a good thing, and Intel has certainly been behind this … Read more >

Tiny Mobile Internet Devices Hitting the Bigtime

When in Rome, do as the Romans do…with MIDs! Imagine strolling through the Colosseum wirelessly connected to the Internet and sharing the experience with the world using the video camera on you mobile Internet device! BenQ booted up its Intel … Read more >

Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore Receives IEEE Medal of Honor

On September 20 Gordon Moore was awarded the IEEE Medal of Honor, the Institute’s highest award, in a ceremony in Quebec City, Canada. He is being recognized for his contributions to the advancement of semiconductor technology, both as an engineer … Read more >

Competitive Advantage Brings Innovation with Every Tick and Tock

One of Intel’s key competitive advantages is the “Tick-Tock” chip design and manufacturing method. To help Intel shareholders — like me, my family and many friends — better understand how this Tick-Tock method really works, my pals inside Intel’s Investor … Read more >

Why WiMAX? See Its Potential

Intel’s Sean Maloney got to literally test drive Clearwire’s upcoming WiMAX network while visiting Portland, Oregon a few weeks ago. Check out the promise of a WiMAX network – the ability someday soon to drive around town and always be … Read more >