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At IDF, Intel aims to build momentum

Developer forum features a talk on new tech from the CEO, a warning from co-founder Gordon Moore, new ideas for mobile computing and more.

The Intel Developer Forum, which started Tuesday and runs through Thursday, features a talk of new tech from CEO Paul Otellini, a warning from co-founder Gordon Moore, and everything chip.

Intel salivates over virtual-world processing demands

Where users are frustrated with sluggish performance and primitive graphics, the chipmaker sees reasons customers will buy new PCs and servers.
September 20, 2007

Intel hopes open-source effort will lower Linux power

LessWatts.org is geared toward technically sophisticated folks from programmers to system administrators.
September 20, 2007

Windows Server 2008 test release due next week

First candidate for the final version of Microsoft's next server operating system is imminent, including a test version of the 'Viridian' virtualization software.
September 20, 2007

New ideas for mobile computing

If in the future you're looking for a handheld device that connects to the Net, Intel doesn't think you'll want a smart phone.
September 19, 2007

At IDF, Rackable Systems keeps data on ICE, Stanford preps its driverless car, and motherboards are on parade.
September 19, 2007

At the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore discusses the end of Moore's Law, which he believes will hit a wall in the next 10 to 15 years.
September 19, 2007

IDF Fall 2007, part 6-- Mobility keynote

Intel's Dadi Perlmutter talks about the company's work on mobile PCs, which prompts questions about processor performance from CNET Blog Network's Peter N. Glaskowsky.
September 19, 2007

Is Intel a one-hit wonder?

Two and a half years ago, CNET Blog Network contributor wrote an article entitled "Intel: The one-hit wonder." Has anything changed and is the conclusion still valid?
September 19, 2007

Intel breathless with Nehalem anticipation

At IDF, Intel's Pat Gelsinger barely restrains his excitement about the next-generation 'Nehalem' processors due in 2008.
September 18, 2007

USB 3.0 brings optical connection in 2008

Universal Serial Bus will be overhauled with optical data links for a tenfold bandwidth increase, Intel promises. The spec is due in 2008.
September 18, 2007

Intel's Otellini has company focused on low power

CEO of the world's largest chipmaker wants hardware developers thinking about graphics and low-power applications.
September 18, 2007

Moore's Law to conk in 10, 15 years, says Moore

Author of principle that says the number of transistors on a given chip can be doubled every two years says it won't last.
September 18, 2007

Intel to build flash drives into servers

Intel will speed servers by building in flash-memory drives beginning in 2008, Intel exec Pal Gelsinger said.
September 18, 2007

USB 3.0 brings optical connection in 2008

crave blog Universal Serial Bus will be overhauled with optical data links for a tenfold bandwidth increase, Intel promises. The spec is due in 2008.
September 18, 2007

Chipmaker snaps up the Irish developer of animation graphics technology found in dozens of video games and movies.
September 18, 2007

SWsoft, Intel in virtualization tech pact

The virtualization start-up will support new Intel processor features, and Intel will help market SWsoft's software.
September 18, 2007

Intel Developer Forum this week will zero in on upcoming chips. Areas for longer-term growth aren't quite so clear.
September 17, 2007

Will utilities give consumers cash for buying efficient PCs?

Google representative says a consortium of tech companies is exploring the idea of direct rebates with utilities.
September 18, 2007

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AMD tries for the cycle with triple-core chip

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Barcelona is finally here, as AMD parties in San Francisco

Company reveals a new performance tidbit, missing from initial materials, as formal launch party for Barcelona gets under way.
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