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
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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.
Nehalem. A small town along a river by the same name in Oregon, and also code-name for Intel’s next generation microarchitecture. Today Intel announced that upcoming products based on this new architecture will officially be called Intel® Core™ processors. Will … Read more
July 18, 2008: 40 years ago today, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore incorporated a small electronics firm in Mountain View, California. A short item in the San Jose Mercury News a few weeks later noted the two had resigned from … Read more
Today I got a sneak peak as Intel scientists from across the Intel set up their projects for Research@Intel Day, held at the Computer History Museum on June 11. The eye catcher for me? The robotic hands.
flickrstrator My Intel pal Bob Duffy shared the code for this IDF eyecandy photo collection created on Widgipedia.
Sun Micro Executive Sin-Yaw Wang blogs on Whiteboard Infinity and recaps IDF Shanghai. I herded myself to the meeting hall and sat down right before Pat Gelsinger’s keynote. After the fanfare, he showed up on a wide screen! I was … Read more
From Computerworld: “Dan Olds, an analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group Inc., said moving beyond quad-core processors, which to date have been the high-water mark in the semiconductor industry, is a major step” More»
From AnandTech: “Intel Details Nehalem and Tempts with Larrabee” »
Not according to the latest SPECpower benchmark results. But first, no doubt you all saw the excellent press coverage the new low voltage Xeon announcement garnered. But what does it mean in practical terms? Well, let me remind you of … Read more