Tag Archives: Intel 40th anniversary

Calibrating the Netbook Frenzy — A ‘Basic’ Primer

It’s great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there. That’s a good thing, and Intel has certainly been behind this … Read more >

Nehalem, Wozniak, Livecasting and more… on IDF Connected

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 >

Will LTE become the ‘Red Headed Stepchild’ for the Telco’s?

There is a lot of talk these days about Telco’s deploying LTE, etc, etc…. Let’s ignore the fact that LTE remains ‘Vaporware’ today, (all talk, and no product in sight, not even an IEEE standard in sight). So, if and … Read more >

The argument for LTE reeks of desperation

The most recent attempt at ‘drive by kneecapping’ is from Gartner. The ‘analysis’ by Phil Redman of Gartner, is so thoroughly devoid of reality, it leaves me uncertain where to begin to debunk it. Since Gartner’s entire argument hinges on … Read more >

Intel Chairman Craig Barrett on Intel’s 40th Anniversary

Sure, these processor would be great for powering traffic lights. You mean they want to use our chips to make Taxi meters? Imagine, those where conversations inside Intel back in the 1970s, in the years after making the world’s first … Read more >