Tag Archives: bloggers

A look at the future of the transistor from the Solid State Devices and Materials Conference (SSDM)

I’m writing this on the plane from Narita airport to Portland as I return from  giving the plenary talk at the Solid State Devices and Materials conference (SSDM), in Sendai Japan.  It is always exciting to visit these device conferences … Read more >

Moorestown Drives Innovation in the Ultra-Mobile Segment

The world of mobile entertainment along with always-on Internet is exploding, as consumers and road warriors demand greater connected experiences on the go. Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and smartphones are paving the way with advanced and highly efficient audio, video, … Read more >

Classmate PC as a One-to-One Learning Tool

One-to-One learning, where every kid in a classroom has a computer that can interact with a teacher, although rewarding, is a complicated classroom model to implement. Lots of elements must come together to make this a successful transformation for both … Read more >

A night of semiconductor history

Below is a public reposting of an Intel internal blog written by Tom Waldrop – Intel’s Director of Issues and Policy Communications: Imagine, in one room, a group of scientists and engineers largely responsible for the advances in semiconductor-related technology … Read more >

Doing something amazing with your Intel processor? Tell Intel and Win Big!

Calling all innovators, educators, entertainers, communicators and creators – or anyone with a story to tell about their processor! Intel kicked off a cool contest today inviting creative people to tell their story about how they are using an Intel … Read more >

New Hard Drive Takes Hard Ride To Show Benefits of Intel SSDs

Even before the Intel Centrino mobile technology mantra hit the scene in 2003, driving up laptop performance and increasing battery life required more than better, more efficient processors. It took a holistic approach of building efficiency into just about every … Read more >

Pat Gelsinger & the World’s Greatest Geekfest

Milliwatts to petaflops. May sound silly to some, but it has a more sobering ring when spoken and shown among friends attending an Intel Developer Forum. It’s a theme for what’s coming, but it’s also a spirit that’s been driving … Read more >