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Engadget on Atom

From Engadget: Intel has officially dubbed the Silverthorn and Diamondville chips “Atom,” and the Menlow platform has become the “Centrino Atom.” We know, it’s hard to believe the day has come, but it’s finally happened. Obviously, the 45nm Atom chips, … Read more >

Video: Intel Atom Close Up

The Intel Atom processor is built for low power, high performance for new Mobile Internet Devices and simple, low-cost PCs. Here’s how it came together and where it’s going according to Anand Chandrasekher, Senior VP of Intel’s Ultra Mobility Group.

Let’s not forget Intel and the WiMAX chopper

Did I mention that Intel was also at the Mobile World Congress? We are showing a number of devices there, focused on WiMAX of course, but also some nice demo’s of Mobile Internet devices, ultramobile devices, and telco demo’s like … Read more >

Call Me, Not My Number

Yesterday I talked about convergence from a multiple application point of view. What about the user experience across the multiple devices I use? I saw this cool converged demo at the Nortel booth showing a laptop, a desk phone and … Read more >

Buzz on the show floor

Dateline Barcelona – GSMA Mobile World Congress. Vodaphone CEO Arun Sarin, called for relative consolidation in the industry. He suggested WiMAX (2 to 3 years ahead of LTE in time to market), should be rolled into LTE in order to … Read more >

Convergence – Are We Getting There?

My head hurts! I’ll admit right up front – I’m not a telecoms guy. I understand some of the basics, but decided that I was going to explore the exhibits at Mobile World Congress and learn. Over the last two … Read more >

Preparing for Barcelona…

… Barcelona the city, that is, and the show formerly known as the 3GSM World Congress (now Mobile World Congress) that will descend there shortly. I’m quite happy to see that Intel is using the technology of one of it’s … Read more >

Moore’s Law in the palm of your hand

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 >