When in Rome, do as the Romans do…with MIDs! Imagine strolling through the Colosseum wirelessly connected to the Internet and sharing the experience with the world using the video camera on you mobile Internet device! BenQ booted up its Intel … Read more
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For me, the Intel Developer Forum is a place to witness real progress, talk with tech demo lab gurus and test drive new devices and services before many of them hit the market. I learn a lot about the engineering … Read more
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
Here are some of the cool things we demonstrated at IDF in San Francisco!
Today, I was talking with CNBC reporter Jim Goldman, who called Intel Chairman Craig Barrett the Johnny Appleseed of Technology, describing Dr. Barrett’s travel record and devotion to helping governments grow from the benefits of technology.
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
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
Last September, just prior to the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco 2007, I met up with Intel’s Mark Parker, who gave us a sneak peak at a wafer filled with Intel Atom processors (back then codenamed Silverthorne). Seeing a … Read more
Interested in the latest news, analysis and commentary about the Intel Developer Forum? Eager to voice your opinions and participate in the action? Then be sure to check out IDF Connected, the latest in our family of blogs, dedicated exclusively … Read more
Nehalem. A small town along a river by the same name in Oregon, and also code-name for Intel’s next generation microarchitecture. Today Intel announced that upcoming products based on this new architecture will officially be called Intel® Core™ processors. Will … Read more