Tag Archives: TRIZ

Calibrating the Netbook Frenzy — A ‘Basic’ Primer

It’s great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there. That’s a good thing, and Intel has certainly been behind this … Read more >

Why WiMAX? See Its Potential

Intel’s Sean Maloney got to literally test drive Clearwire’s upcoming WiMAX network while visiting Portland, Oregon a few weeks ago. Check out the promise of a WiMAX network – the ability someday soon to drive around town and always be … Read more >

Online Communication Challenged No More!

Lets face it, unless you have the time to really follow the technology space closely, its likely you have been left behind on at least one of the more recent online communication tools. Keeping up on texting to IM to … 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 >

Innovation Community Can Help Bring Hope and Opportunity, Says Intel Chairman Craig Barrett

Today, I was talking with CNBC reporter Jim Goldman, who called Intel Chairman Craig Barrett the Johnny Appleseed of Technology, describing Dr. Barrett’s travel record and devotion to helping governments grow from the benefits of technology.

My personal Wi-Fi network — on display at IDF

Last Friday, in madness of last minute preparations for IDF this week, I took a break and headed to one of the mobility labs at our Hillsboro, Ore. campus. This particular lab is one where the mobile group is showcasing … Read more >

Intel servers smash records with 6 core ‘Dunnington’

Did you watch Pat Gelsinger’s IDF kenote today? He announced that the new 6-core Intel Xeon processor for expandable servers will launch in September, and has already broken multiple world performance records – notably the first x86-based server to burst … Read more >