Tag Archives: MID

Fitting the Full Internet Into Our Pockets

Computex in Taipei got many of us got smarter and more excited about the mobile computing possibilities being designed around Moorestown, the next generation set of technologies built around the tiny, mighty Intel Atom processor. In “What Moorestown Means for … Read more >

LG + Intel = Future Phone, Full Internet Device

LG and Intel today announced a partnership to bring a future mobile Internet Device, or, “MID,” that will offer phone capabilities, based on a chip we’re designing for 2009 or 2010 code-named “Moorestown.” What does that mean? Intel’s Atom processor … Read more >

Evermore Mobile Internet Devices at CES 2009

Before Intel Developer Forums and some of the bigger consumer electronics shows, I always try to catch up with Ultra Mobility man Uday Keshvadas to see what new gadgets he’s packin’ up. Just before the holidays as he was gearing … Read more >

A High-Five For High-K Reinvented Transistors

Today marks a major milestone: the one-year anniversary of shipping the world’s first ever Intel processors manufactured on our 45 nanometer process–based on an entirely new ‘high-k metal gate’ transistor formula. And what a year it has been for this … Read more >

Tiny Mobile Internet Devices Hitting the Bigtime

When in Rome, do as the Romans do…with MIDs! Imagine strolling through the Colosseum wirelessly connected to the Internet and sharing the experience with the world using the video camera on you mobile Internet device! BenQ booted up its Intel … Read more >

Online Communication Challenged No More!

Lets face it, unless you have the time to really follow the technology space closely, its likely you have been left behind on at least one of the more recent online communication tools. Keeping up on texting to IM to … Read more >

Video: Sneak Peek at Intel Atom-Powered Devices Appearing at IDF

Last September, just prior to the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco 2007, I met up with Intel’s Mark Parker, who gave us a sneak peak at a wafer filled with Intel Atom processors (back then codenamed Silverthorne). Seeing a … Read more >