Monthly Archives: January 2011

Intel Chipset With Potential Problem – What To Do (UPDATED)

By now some of you may have heard that Intel representatives announced the discovery of a potential issue in one of the companion chipsets to the Intel® 2nd Generation Core™ processors, code named “Sandy Bridge.” Because Intel is committed to … Read more >

Geo Social @ CES: Winners and Losers

The 2011 Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas saw a new dimension of mobile and smart phone device usage by attendees. Not only were these devices on display on the show floor, but many exhibitors asked their guests to “check-in” … Read more >

Play Time – Why Games Matter

This is the first of posts I will be doing on PC gaming over the next several months. As you can see in my bio, I work in software quality on the graphics driver team for Intel’s processor graphics – … Read more >

Visibly Smart Features Inside 2nd Generation Intel Core-Based Laptops and PCs

Whenever something new comes out, it always helps to “see” what it is and “see” how it works for me to really get a good understanding. That’s exactly what happened over the past few months leading up to the release … Read more >

Intel Insider – What Is It? (IS it DRM? And yes it delivers top quality movies to your PC)

There has been some confusion online about Intel Insider. So here are the facts: Is it DRM? There have been stories describing Intel Insider as a ‘DRM’ technology. DRM means ‘Digital Rights Management’ and is used to control the use … Read more >