Tag Archives: Microsoft

Intel Atom x7 Processor Powers Microsoft’s Thinnest, Lightest Portable Device – the Surface 3

We’re thrilled that Microsoft today announced its newest addition to the Surface family, the Surface 3, powered by the recently announced Intel® AtomTM x7 processor, the highest performing Intel Atom processor currently available. Surface 3 powered by the Intel Atom … Read more >

Exploring Microsoft’s Foray Into Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi)

One of the newest additions to the Intel Wireless Display family is Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. The small form factor adapter connects directly to any HDMI port featured display and uses USB power, and also supports any content and any … Read more >

Earthquake proof your code!

So, my first PR mentor taught me to start replies with the word ‘So’. This gives you valuable micro-seconds to compile a sophisticated and accurate reply to the daisy-cutter question just lobbed at you by the archetypal British reporter. Typically … Read more >

Eco-Technology Great Debates: Webcast Now Available

The recorded version of the first Intel Eco-Technology debate can be viewed below. Please note that some corporate firewalls may block replay of this content. AC vs. DC Power: Note – please skip over the first five minutes of this … Read more >

Eco-Technology Great Debates: Attend or Follow Live Online This Wednesday June 11

Join an impressive line-up of panelists and speakers from IDC, Microsoft, Sun, IBM, InfoWorld, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Intel and many more in discussing advances and challenges of energy-efficient computing. If you are unable to join this event, please post … Read more >

The Skulltrail leads to gaming bliss

At last the long awaited ultimate hardware for the ultimate performance junkie has been launched at the Games Developer Conference today. I have written blogs about Skulltrail before, and here for you is another peak at the beast bellowing in … Read more >

Call Me, Not My Number

Yesterday I talked about convergence from a multiple application point of view. What about the user experience across the multiple devices I use? I saw this cool converged demo at the Nortel booth showing a laptop, a desk phone and … Read more >