- Intel Chairman Craig Barrett on Intel’s 40th Anniversary Sure, these processor would be great for powering traffic lights.You mean they want to use our chips to make Taxi meters?Imagine, those where conversations inside Intel back in the 1970s, in the years after making the world's first microprocessor. (more…)
iPhone Karma at CES
Offsetting the mean bloggers at CES, the exhaustion from a show that the NYtimes described asOne million exhibitors. Sixty million attendees. Four trillion booths spread across an area the size of Rhode Island.and the brutal traffic in Vegas, my hope in humanity was restored (however briefly) when someone found and turned in my iPhone.I was making my way to the...
My future is on its way
Every once in a while I will run across something that stops me in my tracks. Yesterday it happened in the Panasonic booth.I probably shouldn’t date myself by telling you that I was weaned on the Jetsons, and feed a steady diet of futuristic tech via the whole Star Trek series. My discovery of Panasonic’s Life Wall told me the...
Intel defies gravity
Intel invited 35 lucky thrill-seekers for a once-in-a-lifetime Extreme "Zero G" flight today in Las Vegas.It's the same flight that NASA uses to train astronauts and where the film Apollo 13 filmed the weightless scenes of Tom Hanks and others.An international crew consisted of contest and sweepstakes winners from around the world (Australia, France Germany, Italy, Korea, PRC, Sweden, Taiwan,...