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Here’s a complete video replay of Paul Otellini’s Jan. 7th keynote at CES 2008 in Las Vegas. He describes how the Internet will continue to transform the CE and entertainment industries, and how it’s evolution will create business opportunities for … Read more
While IDF Taipei starts, the blogging lounge was full of attendees on laptops, some meetings, blogging, and the buzz about the show. More photos on Flickr.
Just posted to channelintel Highlights from ten years of the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) featuring Gordon Moore, Andy Grove, and Paul Otellini
Podtech is at IDF podcasting exclusive content including a candid interview with Intel CTO Justin Rattner and Otellini’s Keynote. There’s also Intel’s Chip Chat and videos from channelintel on YouTube, like Investing for Big Impact & Spread of Web 2.0
The title of Intel Fellow is bestowed upon a select few. These technologists are chosen for their major accomplishments and dedication to pushing the limits of what’s possible. See these top minds get together and share stories, challenges and ambitions … Read more
It’s not even lunchtime. You’re blogging, making social and career connections in Facebook. What does your company think about that?! There’s a trend of companies bringing social media tools into the enterprise. To do this, often it takes cross teams … Read more
The man. The law. Get both and a peek “Behind the Ubiquitous Microprocessor” as Intel co-founder Dr. Gordon Moore joins the Intel Developer Forum in a talk with Dr. Moira Gunn, host of NPR’s “Tech Nation” and “BioTech Nation.” Sure … Read more
Hardware. It is a great word. Hardware. It brings forth thoughts of strength, of metal and stone, of a solid foundation. Security is a word that seems to go naturally with the word hardware. After all, wouldn’t you want your … Read more
Intel has launched new drivers for its G965 integrated graphics chipset. But what does this mean? Traditionally, integrated graphics have been the weaklings of the graphics world – sure there are a lot of them sold, but traditionally they have … Read more