Tag Archives: Justin Rattner

Catch Research@Intel Today

Top Intel researchers are gathering today to show off the latest technology research projects they most believe will impact our future — from our homes and autos to the way we surf the wireless Internet. Here is Intel CTO Justin … 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 >

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 >

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 >

People Connect at IDF

At IDF last week, top business, tech and international press, technology analysts, Intel execs and social media influencers got together to share stories, swap business cards, spew their favorite soundbites and laugh together. This narrated photo slide show is about … Read more >

Can 3-D Worlds Revolutionize Business Meetings & Even Surgery?

There’s nothing like being there, except for maybe virtually being there. During Intel CTO Justin Rattner’s IDF keynote, we got to see live 3-D demonstrations showing how businesses and doctors are turning to virtual worlds.