“Hafnium high-k, what?” you ask? What does it all mean? Yes, I know. To many of us this all sounds like a bunch of technical mumbo jumbo and makes us all feel like we’re back in high school chemistry class. … Read more
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You may have seen sunflowers in bloom on the Intel website, YouTube and the Intel Online Press Room and wondering what do Intel and sunflowers have in common?
Yes, I made a super-short 5 min video about the DARPA Urban Challenge. The event was SUPERB FUN and very well produced. I would like to congratulate the two Intel sponsored teams (who came 1st and 2nd!) as well as … Read more
In just 45 days, Intel will honor the 60th anniversary of the invention of the transistor. On December 16th, 1947 the first practical point-contact transistor was built at Bell Labs. Transistors are the fundamental on/off electrical switches for every device … Read more
“Google”, “PIcasa”, “Mesh-up”, “iTunes”, “cloud computing”, and more… To hear those words, one may have thought that he/she was in one of these Web 2.0 conferences. But it was not. This was IDF, and people were talking about how those … Read more
Reposted with permission from Whiteboard Infinity, the blog of Sin-Yaw Wang, Vice President, Engineering, Sun: It seems to be a world election year; Taiwan exhibits the same media-political craze. Mr. Hsieh, went into a 13 days radio silence, then emerged … Read more
The Social Media Club of Silicon Valley will be at Intel Headquarters on October 22 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. for a discussion on Social Media and the Enterprise: Looking Forward. The panel will be led by Shel Israel, co-author … Read more
Some more thoughts on IDF Taipei from one of our customers: One of the things that I like about IDF is people are really making things happen here. Or at least they are trying hard. For example, the battery life … Read more
Utilizing the world’s smallest refrigeration compressor to improve laptop performance.