Tag Archives: social media

Mobility and Sharing: The Perfect Blend of Technology and Human Nature

Sharing is intrinsic to human nature – by sharing with others we can strengthen our social ties, learn from others and collaborate to achieve much more than we might have on our own. But are we entering into a new … Read more >

Allyson Klein

Allyson Klein Director of Leadership Marketing Server Platform Group Intel Corp Allyson Klein manages the Server Technology and Software Strategy team within Intel’s Server Platform Group. In this role she oversees the marketing for server technologies as well as software … Read more >

A look at the future of the transistor from the Solid State Devices and Materials Conference (SSDM)

I’m writing this on the plane from Narita airport to Portland as I return from  giving the plenary talk at the Solid State Devices and Materials conference (SSDM), in Sendai Japan.  It is always exciting to visit these device conferences … Read more >

Day One – Web 2.0 Summit & Social Location in Day 2

Fantastic first day and night in San Francisco for the 2009 Web 2.0 Summit. Intel sponsored last night’s reception in the courtyard at the Westin, right before Carly Fiorina almost declared that she was running for the California Senate. John … Read more >

Scaled Performance, Maximized Energy Efficiency On-the-Go – Coming Soon!

Social networking and the Internet are driving consumer content creation from niche to mainstream. Whether its blogging about recent travels, editing and posting home videos, uploading photos of the kids, downloading or even composing music, almost everyone engages in some … Read more >

Intel’s Social Media Story – just the beginning

We introduced Intel’s blog program 2 years ago this month. I’d like to use this Intel anniversary as an opportunity to reflect and look back at some of our social media efforts over the past decade. Its not possible to … Read more >

Intel Asks Employees to “Go Forth And Get Online”

Do you remember when Jay Leno took over for Johnny Carson on NBC’s The Tonight Show? Of course in the scheme of things this wasn’t the most pivotal time in the history of the world. But it did mark an … Read more >

And the Winner is . . . The Internet

There’s an interesting post today on Arianna Huffington’s blog. She declares the Internet the winner in this year’s U.S. Presidential race. I couldn’t agree more. From the amount of laptops and internet-connected mobile devices to the real time results sliced … Read more >