The 2011 Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas saw a new dimension of mobile and smart phone device usage by attendees. Not only were these devices on display on the show floor, but many exhibitors asked their guests to “check-in” … Read more
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So, there has been a lot of noise around Sandybridge and Linux support. Most of the criticism has come from Charlie Demerjian over at semiaccurate.com. Now we at Intel like Charlie, we are fans and he does an important job … Read more
When Intel launched “Nehalem-EP,” more commonly known as the Intel Xeon 5500 Series processors back in March, we pointed out that their energy-efficient performance and other attributes lead to a very quick return on investment – as soon as eight … Read more
A sneak peek of video footage debuting at Computex this week. See cool new netbook systems and usage models.
Taipei will par-tay this week as tech change agents flock to Computex, one of the largest computer exhibition in the world, second only to CeBIT in Germany. Among the 135,000 estimated attendees will be fists pumping in the air from … Read more
Live from Computex 2008 in Taipei, your favorite demo guy gets his hands on the real deal. I’ve never said that being a demo guy doesn’t have its perks. And today I’ve got my privileged hands on a brand spanking … Read more
There’s nothing like being there, except for maybe virtually being there. During Intel CTO Justin Rattner’s IDF keynote, we got to see live 3-D demonstrations showing how businesses and doctors are turning to virtual worlds.
Just as Intel begins pumping out next generation chip designs using energy efficient 45nm transistors, it’s vital that all of today’s and future software programs can run smoothly and harness the potential performance of these new processors. That’s the “port … Read more