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The Second Wi-Fi Revolution

Guest post by Randy Nickel, Wireless Marketing Director, Mobile Platforms Group By now you take for granted that any notebook (or Netbook) you purchase has Wi-Fi built-in. The essential need for flexible connectivity that made Wi-Fi ubiquitous on notebooks is … Read more >

My Biggest Disappointment at CES, Yet Again, Came in 500ml Packages

And now ladies and gentlemen, something completely different from the self-congratulatory, back-slapping, post-CES euphoria flooding the airwaves. Oh yes, there was amazing technology, amazing innovation and a sense of hubris in light of the economy and hard times all around.  … Read more >

The Register Hardware: Intel touts anti-theft tech for laptops

“Intel today announced an initiative it hopes will make it much less desirable for criminals to steal laptops. The aim is to build the ability to lock down a machine’s storage – and possible even the processor itself – if … Read more >

Software & Solutions Group (SSG) at IDF -> What an amazing opportunity!

SSG, Intel’s 3200 (or so) strong software developers will be showcasing their best efforts at IDF this week in Shanghai, China and I for one am really looking forward to the opportunity to engage this audience and show how software … Read more >

Intel on Ars Technica? Intel takes our talk to where the techs are

Visual Computing, virtualization, & vPro…oh my! In this new era of connectivity and conversation, Intel is excited to announce our collaboration with Ars Technica on an Intel sponsored forum. What does that mean? The long and short of it is … Read more >