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IEDM, 32nm, and the all new 2010 Intel® Core Processor Family

With today’s launch of the all new 2010 Intel® Core Processor Family (based on Westmere, code name for our 32nm project), this is a great time to discuss the the 32nm process technology (and the semiconductor communities response to this technology!)   Traditionally, … Read more >

Doodles … and mobility enhancement

The Intel “Doodle” advertisement went public recently.  While an actress plays me (the idea is the actress is younger, prettier and taller than I am J) the doodles are mine and capture technical highlights of various Intel projects I’ve been … Read more >

New Super-Efficient Atom Processors Sip Energy

Atom was always designed from the ground-up for low power, but the next generation Atom platform announced today for netbooks and entry-level desktops just got better. The new processors are manufactured on Intel’s 45nm process technology, enabling the integration of … Read more >

Speech Recognition in Windows 7

If you’ve got a new PC with Windows 7, you’ve already got speech recognition installed. To get started, just go to Control Panel and click “Speech Recognition”. (If you don’t see it, click “View by > Large icons”). A really … Read more >

Intel Helps Consumers Fall in Love with TV All Over Again

For many, watching TV is a passive activity versus an interactive experience. Television as it currently exists, regardless of its use across cultures, is simply a conduit for delivering packaged information. But if Internet applications and interactivity is added to … 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 >

Monsters, Aliens And The Shift to ‘Tru’ 3-D

I had a rare opportunity to get a DreamWorks studio tour the other day, learning all about the 3-D and animation process when making a film like Monsters Vs. Aliens, which is set for a March opening. A couple of … Read more >

News Watch: 08 In Review

Following the Core i7 (Nehalem) launch yesterday, here are two places for those looking for the top Intel news announcements and achievements this year. The first is Pat Gelsinger’s blog from a couple of weeks ago around what Intel’s Hafnium-based, … Read more >