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.

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.

Intel's Moblin 2.1 to compete with Windows

The upcoming Moblin 2.1 operating system will run on mobile devices, Netbooks, and nettops, putting it in competition with Windows.
(Posted in Crave by Lance Whitney)
September 25, 2009 8:43 AM PDT

Sights from the Intel Developer Forum

IDF is overrun by people in blue shirts and beige khakis, but there are still visually interesting sights at the event.
(Posted in Full Frame by Stephen Shankland)
September 25, 2009 8:07 AM PDT

Intel tries anew to built its smarts into TVs

Interactive and 3D TV is the future, CTO Justin Rattner tells attendees of IDF. In Intel's view, watching TV will become a less passive activity.
(Posted in Deep Tech by Stephen Shankland)
September 24, 2009 3:08 PM PDT

Intel unveils system-on-a-chip for TVs

The CE4100 is designed to bring Internet content and services to digital TVs, DVD players, and advanced set-top boxes.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 24, 2009 1:30 PM PDT

Intel's Maloney: Our business is do or die

Sean Maloney, a favorite to eventually become Intel's CEO, says there are good reasons the chipmaker is pushing back against Europe's antitrust charges.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 24, 2009 10:26 AM PDT

Light Peak: One PC cable to rule them all

The chipmaker wants to replace today's hodge-podge of copper cables with a single type of optical connection.
(Posted in Deep Tech by Stephen Shankland)
September 23, 2009 12:54 PM PDT

Intel brings Nehalem to notebooks, makes light of cables

At Intel Developer Forum, processor chief Dadi Perlmutter also touts a new fiber-optic replacement for video, audio, and network leads.
(Posted in Business Tech by Rupert Goodwins)
September 23, 2009 12:12 PM PDT

Microservers: Blades rebooted

Intel's microserver reference design brings to mind blades as they were originally conceived by RLX Technologies during the Internet boom.
(Posted in The Pervasive Datacenter by Gordon Haff)
September 23, 2009 11:44 AM PDT

Dell launches first laptop with Intel's Core i7

Computer maker takes an early lead in embracing the new Core i7 processor, Intel's first mobile chip based on its new Nehalem microarchitecture.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 23, 2009 8:51 AM PDT

Intel shows off Larrabee graphics chip for first time

Chipmaker demonstrates Larrabee--the company's first discrete graphics processor in about 10 years--at the Intel Developer Forum.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 22, 2009 5:38 PM PDT

Intel CEO looks beyond the PC

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.
• Video: Intel shows off new 22-nanometer wafer
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 22, 2009 11:16 AM PDT

Intel to introduce first mobile 'Nehalem' chip

Chipmaker is expected to roll out the first Core i7 processor for laptops on Wednesday. Laptop models from major PC makers are also expected.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 22, 2009 12:45 PM PDT

HP unveils Skyroom video collaboration tool

The $149 telepresence software, shown off at the start of Intel Developer Forum, allows video conferencing and desktop sharing.
(Posted in Business Tech by Erica Ogg)
September 22, 2009 9:15 AM PDT

How Intel's supercomputer almost used HP chips

In the 1990s, Intel seriously considered building the world's fastest supercomputer with a rival's processors, but the Pentium Pro arrived in time after all.
(Posted in Deep Tech by Stephen Shankland)
September 22, 2009 8:09 AM PDT

Intel debuts concept notebook with four displays

Yes, that's four--one primary LCD screen and three auxiliary OLED ones above the keyboard. The aim here is to allow the user to organize information the way he or she prefers it.
(Posted in Crave by Juniper Foo)
September 22, 2009 7:45 AM PDT

Investigating Intel's Lynnfield mysteries

The recent announcements of new Core i7 and Core i5 processors, which use the Intel chip design code-named Lynnfield, raise some interesting questions about the company's product strategy.
(Posted in Speeds and Feeds by Peter Glaskowsky)
September 21, 2009 6:30 AM PDT

Intel and Apple--future rivals?

As Intel readies its most potent chip yet for small devices, Apple is already a competitor.
(Posted in Business Tech by Brooke Crothers)
September 20, 2009 4:00 AM PDT

previous coverage

Intel forum debuts to include USB 3.0 gear

A laptop and a video camera using the next-generation USB technology will make an appearance at the Intel Developer Forum next week.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 17, 2009 12:40 PM PDT

Moore's Law expressed as fewer chips

Intel plans to express Moore's Law as integration of functions into fewer chips later this month at the Intel Developer Forum.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 13, 2009 9:00 PM PDT
 

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