Tech blog Gizmodo had a nice run-down of some of the top booths at the 2008 CES show, among them Disney, LG and Belkin. We’re proud to report that Intel rated their number one booth. (Thanks!) Gizmodo praised the “humongus … Read more
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I have already blogged about gaming on Intel integrated graphics, but what about video? For some reason there is still doubt out there in computerland that an integrated graphics chipset can output high definition video in all its full 1080P … Read more
I enjoy the digital home I’ve created for my family, and am always on the lookout for new technology that will improve my experience or capabilities for enjoying my digital entertainment. What better place to search for the next big … Read more
Nevada means “covered in snow” or “snowcapped”. The mountains around Las Vegas are surprisingly breathtaking as I blog from seat 8F on a flight back to Portland. There is a very colorful ridge of mountains just to the west of … Read more
While the industry becomes greener, Ubergizmo blogs that there’s also a movement towards fair trade. United Pepper is producing peripherals that are designed in Belgium, sustainable-manufactured in Vietnam, made with minimal harmful chemicals, and recycled packaging.
Leslie Cauley reports for USA Today on how cell phone companies and internet companies will have to cooperate to navigate the surge towards mobile web and the personal internet.
Nearly, as cool as the Fountain of Chocolate Rain, is the laptop spiral. Check the great video from TechEBlog.
This is my seventh consecutive CES, and this year’s show was more about what people can do with technology rather than just tauting the new things technology can do. The core theme of Intel CEO Paul Otellini’s keynote was refreshing … Read more
I’ve often wondered how far we could take immersive media. I experienced a cutting edge application of surround sound and HD video right in our Intel booth here at CES 2008. The area was called the High-Def Lounge and the … Read more
Reblogged from the Silicon Valley Watcher. Tom Foremski goes undercover at the “It won’t stay in Vegas” blogger party sponsored by Intel and the PodTech Bloghaus. He even got a few frames of my ugly mug: