Tag Archives: ethnography

Internet TV Applications will Change our Relationship with Television

Consumers talk about their television as many things: an object, a technology, a language, an addiction, an experience and most interestingly, as a relationship. The most striking observation about this relationship is what it is lacking: interaction. This lack of … Read more >

Online Communication Challenged No More!

Lets face it, unless you have the time to really follow the technology space closely, its likely you have been left behind on at least one of the more recent online communication tools. Keeping up on texting to IM to … Read more >

My personal Wi-Fi network — on display at IDF

Last Friday, in madness of last minute preparations for IDF this week, I took a break and headed to one of the mobility labs at our Hillsboro, Ore. campus. This particular lab is one where the mobile group is showcasing … Read more >

Intel servers smash records with 6 core ‘Dunnington’

Did you watch Pat Gelsinger’s IDF kenote today? He announced that the new 6-core Intel Xeon processor for expandable servers will launch in September, and has already broken multiple world performance records – notably the first x86-based server to burst … Read more >

World Exclusive: I got to play with the Lenovo and Aigo Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) at Intel Shanghai

This entry was originally posted by Josh Bancroft on the Intel Software Network blogs. There are only about 20 Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) existent in the world. Most of them were in Shanghai last week for the Intel Developer Forum … Read more >