Intel CTO offers glimpse at what the chipmaker is working on to improve people's lives, rather than just making things faster or more efficient.
Intel Labs' $100 million investment in U.S. university research will be centered on its new "Sandy Bridge" processor technology.
The chipmaker's annual science fair for its researchers shows the company is thinking about where technologies just now coming to consumers will be now and years in the future.
Interactive and 3D TV is the future, CTO Justin Rattner tells attendees of Intel Developer Forum. In Intel's view, watching TV will become a less passive activity.
The 1.3-billion transistor processor could endow computers with human-like processing abilities and meet today's data center problems.
The chip giant says its 48-core processor for mobile devices is about five to 10 years away, according to a Computerworld report.
Intel CTO Justin Rattner paints a bullish future with advances in processing, communication, robots, materials science, and human-computer interfaces.
Context-aware computing is the future of personal tech, says Intel CTO. That means your gadgets will learn about you, and not the other way around.
Intel has delayed the release of its Larrabee graphics processor, saying it will initially appear as a software development platform only.
Where users are frustrated with sluggish performance and primitive graphics, the chipmaker sees reasons customers will buy new PCs and servers.