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Join CNET on Wednesday for Asus' live media event at IDF

Join us late Wednesday afternoon as Asus shows off its Intel Developer Forum wares in San Francisco.

By September 10, 2013


Forget passwords. Your palm could be key to security

At IDF 2012, Intel shows off a "palm vein" detector that could someday get you into your work files or your online bank account.

By September 14, 2012


IDF focuses on future of interconnected devices (photos)

At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the chipmaker shows what's in store for the future of computing.

21 Images By September 14, 2010


IDF 2010: Intel faces 'a new world' (roundup)

As it hosts its annual developer forum, the chipmaker is contending with a major shift among tech companies and consumers toward pervasive computing, where no single device holds sway.

By September 14, 2010


Otellini's IDF talk hits on smart devices, software

At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, CEO Paul Otellini tells how the company's pending acquisitions will help it address the next wave of computing.

By September 13, 2010


Photos: IDF's super-slim laptops

You can't buy these models yet, but Intel wants to get people excited about a collection of sleek laptops at the Intel Developer Forum.

7 Images By September 23, 2009


Atom chips in TVs, four-screened laptops, fibre optics: It must be IDF 2009!

Intel held its second annual Developer Forum recently -- a sort of Glastonbury for geeks. Put on a comfortable pair of pants, grab some hummus and check out the future

15 Images By September 28, 2009


IDF 2009: Intel plays to its strengths

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.

By September 25, 2009


Photos: Intel showcases new technology at IDF 2009

The show is Intel's flagship event to announce new technology, tout its vision, and persuade computing partners to see things Intel's way.

20 Images By September 22, 2009


Atom chip circuits slated to shrink to 15 nanometers

IDF talk shows that circuits inside Intel's Atom chip are slated to shrink to a size that is incomprehensibly small, the width of about 60 atoms.

By September 16, 2010