Tag Archives: Linux

Making the Future

Every new year starts with that sense of reinvention – that sense that things could be different, will be different, should be different. 2010 has started exactly the same way – I woke up in an old homestead in rural … Read more >

IEEE 802.16m to the Rescue: Meeting the Exploding Mobile Internet Data Demand

Guest repost from goingWimax.com by Sanjiv Gupta, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer at Intel. Commercially available Mobile WiMAX is here! Major networks have successfully rolled out worldwide with Clearwire in the U.S., UQ Communications in Japan, and Yota in Russia taking … Read more >

Connecting the Ultra-Mobile Universe with Moorestown

Revolutionizing the ultra-mobile segment of Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and the future of smart phones, Intel’s next-generation Intel® Atom™ processor, codenamed Moorestown, made a larger-than-life splash at this year’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Intel Fellow and Chief … Read more >

The In-Car Infotainment Revolution

Did you know that the average American spends more than 300 hours per year in their car? That’s equivalent to 7.5 work weeks stuck behind the wheel. Imagine now if a Car OEM or service provider could find a way … Read more >

Virtual Worlds Spread, Opening Real World Possibilities

In this photo slideshow Podcast, hear and see highlights from Intel CTO Justin Rattner’s keynote that wrapped up the Intel Developer Forum on Thursday. It was visually spectacular. Justin’s overall message? The underlying technologies driving the spread of virtual world … Read more >

Breaking Barriers & Unleashing Computing Experiences — IDF Day 2 Mobility Keynotes

Intel laptop innovator David (Dadi) Perlmutter and ultra mobility leader Anand Chandrasekher kicked off Day 2 (Wednesday) at Intel’s Fall IDF in San Francisco. Mobile PC lovers like me are lickin’ those lips. In this audio highlights Podcast, Dadi hits … Read more >