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More chips in your future

Intel sees big sales ahead as mobile technology becomes the norm. Also: Coming to terms with RFID.

roundup Intel sees bumper sales ahead as mobile technology becomes the norm. Also: Coming to terms with RFID.

Intel's sales chief eyes future

video Vice president and general manager of Intel's Mobile Platforms Group talks about chip needs for home video and mobile phones.
December 13, 2005

Gartner: RFID is $3 billion business by 2010

Spending on radio tags for merchandise should get a big boost from the fight against fake pharmaceuticals, researcher says
December 13, 2005

RFID goes to college

Indiana University, University of California at Irvine add business courses in electronic-identification technology.
December 13, 2005

Taking on rootkits with hardware

newsmaker Travis Schluessler, an Intel security architect, explains how the chipmaker's labs plan to take on sophisticated threats.
December 13, 2005

A fierce flash chip battle

In a bid for supremacy, Toshiba and SanDisk spend billions to build factory lines, hire engineers and develop more powerful chips.
The New York Times
December 12, 2005

Upstart aims to bring HD camcorders to the masses

Thinking of buying an HD camcorder? Wait. They might cost a heck of a lot less next year.
December 11, 2005

previous coverage

Chip sales on upswing

Global semiconductor revenue is predicted to reach $235 billion in 2005, market research firm Gartner said.
December 9, 2005

Itanium: A cautionary tale

Itanium serves instead as a tale of how complex, long-term development plans can go wrong in a fast-moving industry.
December 7, 2005