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Intel's eye on the horizon

At the Intel Developer Forum, the chipmaker looks ahead to processors for new uses and different places. It also sticks to familiar themes such as wireless.

At this week's Intel Developer Forum, the chipmaking giant looks ahead to processors for new uses and different places. It also sticks to familiar themes about the growth of wireless and the convergence of computing and communications.
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Tony Rodriguez, chief architect, Digimarc


The chip giant's CTO says at a conference that the company is contributing to a "renaissance of the radio" through research in antennas, networks, end-user devices and other technology.
September 18, 2003


At the chipmaker's developer confab, executives describe how Intel is working to reduce power consumption in notebooks and to add communications muscle to portable computing devices.
September 17, 2003


Intel announces a new version of the Pentium 4 processor with an extra dose of cache, a move that seems calculated to undercut the launch of the Athlon64 from AMD next week.
September 16, 2003


The chipmaker develops a gadget to help measure what happens to a device and its user's experience as they roam across multiple types of wireless networks.
September 16, 2003


As more and more transistors crowd their way onto silicon in the next few years, Intel's processors will develop split personalities.
September 16, 2003


The chipmaker ponders ways to make less-expensive versions of its processors and chipsets to better suit customers in India, Eastern Europe and other developing regions.
September 16, 2003


In the latest step toward utility computing, Veritas Software and Intel are joining forces to help companies better manage servers.
September 16, 2003


Intel, Sony and a host of Japanese electronics manufacturers plan to propose a standard that would let consumers freely swap movies and music--but not outside the home.
September 15, 2003


A rise in capacity triggered by China's arrival as a semiconductor manufacturer is likely to cause another chipmaking slump in 2005, according to the head of TSMC.
September 15, 2003