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Geo Social @ CES: Winners and Losers

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 >

Play Time – Why Games Matter

This is the first of posts I will be doing on PC gaming over the next several months. As you can see in my bio, I work in software quality on the graphics driver team for Intel’s processor graphics – … Read more >

Lighting Fast – High Speed Optical Connectivity

Once relegated only to datacenter and telecom environments with high price points, optical technology may soon find its way into mainstream client systems, consumer electronics, and even handhelds. A new technology was announced at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) which provides … 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 >

The Softer Side of Technology

My days are filled with bites and bytes and feeds and speeds. It’s all about technology and for the most part pretty cold and clinical. Sometimes I lose sight of the amazing caring things people are actually doing with technology. … Read more >

New Hard Drive Takes Hard Ride To Show Benefits of Intel SSDs

Even before the Intel Centrino mobile technology mantra hit the scene in 2003, driving up laptop performance and increasing battery life required more than better, more efficient processors. It took a holistic approach of building efficiency into just about every … Read more >

When geek meets style – Form factor and Usage Innovation using Intel Mobile Products

Who said computers are boring, beige boxes that are kept under the table? Mobile computing is in its infancy and the power of mobility is yet to be experienced in a big way. The fact that you can carry a … Read more >