At last the long awaited ultimate hardware for the ultimate performance junkie has been launched at the Games Developer Conference today. I have written blogs about Skulltrail before, and here for you is another peak at the beast bellowing in … Read more
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Intel’s Dan Snyder shows off some of the new Ninja gaming rigs from Commodore!
Yup, it is dark inside the secret Intel CES bunker here in Las Vegas, so apologies for the dark shaky-cam nature of my little film below. I caught up with Francois Piednoel who gave me a glimpse into the power … Read more
Some more thoughts on IDF Taipei from one of our customers: One of the things that I like about IDF is people are really making things happen here. Or at least they are trying hard. For example, the battery life … Read more
Utilizing the world’s smallest refrigeration compressor to improve laptop performance.
Intel acquired gaming middleware company Havok just prior to the Intel Developer Forum. Jeff Yates from Havok and Josh Resnick from Pandemic joined Intel CEO Paul Otellini on stage and put the BOOM! into IDF on Monday.
According to www.phrases.org.uk The military order Havoc! was a signal given to the English military forces in the Middle Ages to direct the soldiery (in Shakespeare’s parlance ‘the dogs of war’) to pillage and chaos. Spell havoc with a ‘K’ … Read more
Intel has launched new drivers for its G965 integrated graphics chipset. But what does this mean? Traditionally, integrated graphics have been the weaklings of the graphics world – sure there are a lot of them sold, but traditionally they have … Read more
Just a quick post to say that we are going to be moving all new ‘Views@Intel’ content from the ‘Views’ blog into the ‘Technology’ blog to streamline things a bit – so head over here for all your usual tech … Read more