Tag Archives: Netbook

Top Ten Reasons You Might Have an SSD in Your System

10) You always say yes to new OS and Applications patches without having to think about it 9) You never bother to use hibernate again 8) You don’t hesitate to open a 10MB PPT file to find that one slide … Read more >

WiMAX connecting Latinos in Washington County

As a Portland, Oregon resident and Intel employee, I’ve been lucky enough to experience wireless 4G WiMAX Internet broadband, as well as speak with others who are amazed by its speed, availability, and their overall experience. What I find most … Read more >

Don Verner

Don is a Senior Applications Engineer in Intel’s NAND Solutions Group and has worked with nonvolatile storage technologies since 1988. Don helped pioneer flash memory as BIOS storage in desktops and mobile systems as well as defining a new flash … Read more >

The Winner Takes It All?

Ultrawide-band vs. Bluetooth; Betamax vs. VHS; Blu-Ray vs. HD-DVD. All are examples of classic format battles that have resulted in one winner dominating in their respective industries. Recent coverage and a few sensational comments suggest that the next battle in … Read more >

Intel Insider Somewhat Frank Goes to Baltimore

Last week I was invited to be on a panel at InterAct 2008 in Washington DC. There are lots of great social media pioneers in DC — some at the event included: NewMediaJim on Twitter Somewhat Frank from AOL and … Read more >

Calibrating the Netbook Frenzy — A ‘Basic’ Primer

It’s great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there. That’s a good thing, and Intel has certainly been behind this … Read more >

Netbooks get all the love…

Netbooks are hot and we’re seeing some nifty little systems like the MSI Wind, the Acer Aspire One, Asus EeePC 901, and others. These simple little Internet machines are going to be hot items especially when selling for as low … Read more >