At the annual developer forum, Intel shows off what it can do with silicon and what to look forward to from systems built around its chips.
Simply put, Sandy Bridge is an extension of Moore's Law that will take Intel chips to the next level of integration and performance.
Chipmaker's "Nehalem" Core i architecture is finally coming to the mainstream mobile space. New MacBook Pros will follow.
The Intel Developer Forum brought a host of new technologies, and we finish out our back-to-school roundup. It's the week in laptops!
As the former president of Disney Imagineering says, there are "endless problems out there just waiting for advanced visualization."
IDF is overrun with people in blue shirts and beige khakis, but there are still visually interesting sights at the event.
Former Intel VP Pat Gelsinger's exit was apparently unexpected. He was listed as an IDF speaker in an agenda posted the day before his departure was announced.
Paul Otellini shows off 22-nanometer silicon to the IDF crowd and talks of moving Intel's Atom technology beyond Netbooks to places like car dashboards.
q&a System software exec Doug Fisher discusses Moblin 2.1's features and benefits, and Intel's overall strategy for its open-source OS.
George Schweitzer, chief marketing officer at CBS, discusses a presentation he made at the Intel Developer Forum.