Tag Archives: IDF2008

Intel Smart SoC — The Move to Purpose-Built Chips

What would you do with a billion Intel transistors nestled in our pocket? If what they said today comes true, we might have a billion transistors efficiently running a system on a chip that puts high speed computer performance and … Read more >

Life’s Moving Faster, So Make the Future Unfold Your Way

What a whirlwind week! Centrino 2 was launched, second quarter closed and on Friday Intel celebrated its 40th birthday. Something new sprinkled with a look back at achievements from the recent and distant past. Whenever we’re asked to embrace something … Read more >

MacNN: The Era of Visual Computing draws nigh

“One of the first core keynotes delivered at IDF Shanghai 2008 was titled “From Peta FLOPs to Milli Watts.” Intel’s Patrick Gelsinger, Senior Vice President Co-General Manager, Digital Enterprise Group covered a rather interesting range of material that was focused … 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 >

MIDS Photo Shoot

Back home from Shanghai with Bronchitis and feeling pretty bad but I did want to share some low-res photos of the new mobile Internet devices we photographed while in Shanghai. As my colleague, Josh Bancroft, pointed out in his blog, … Read more >