From the UrbanMax concept PC design to the Moorestown and Nehalem processors, there was a lot to take in at this year's IDF.
The chip giant has acquired open-source mobile specialist Opened Hand, which will now focus on developing a Linux software stack for Atom processors.
Bay Microsystems touts its Chesapeake chip and Intel shows off its Tolapai product, which combines an x86 processor core, memory and I/O controllers.
Intel hosts its semiannual developer forum. The event in China runs April 2 to 3.