As we prep for day 1 at IDF, the buzz is palpable. Of course, just being in Shanghai on the banks of the Yellow river is buzz enough. But when you walk around and see all the posters, companies and … Read more
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This entry was first posted by Ken Kaplan in the Mobility@Intel blog. Friday at Intel headquarters, I met up with Ultra Mobile Man Uday Keshavdas to see what he was packing up for his trip to Shanghai for the Intel … Read more
This entry was first posted by Kevin Kahn in the Research@Intel blog. Imagine a day when a single device small enough to fit in your pocket has the power of a laptop and can deliver a rich computing, telephony, media, … Read more
This entry was first posted by Yimin Zhang on the Research@Intel blog. Now we are already in a Multi-core era, dual-core has become mainstream, and some people even have Quad-core CPUs in their desktop PC. But some people still are … Read more
In the few hours that I’ve spent so far in Taipei it has “touched my heart.” Taipei is a curious, fun, and warm place with many aspects I’ve have just began to discover. Tomorrow IDF Taipei starts and I’ll join … Read more
There’s nothing like being there, except for maybe virtually being there. During Intel CTO Justin Rattner’s IDF keynote, we got to see live 3-D demonstrations showing how businesses and doctors are turning to virtual worlds.