Twice a year, Intel gathers to host the Intel Developer Forum -- a sort of Glastonbury for geeks. Instead of forcing hedonistic music fans to sit around in damp fields ogling rock stars, however, the chipmaker gathers its mightiest nerds to peddle the latest technological advancements to an audience of adoring dorks.
San Francisco was the venue for the recent autumn event. There, our intrepid colleagues from CNET News bore witness to laptops with four (count 'em) screens, the latest netbook processors, the fastest laptop chips ever, interactive 3D TVs, and -- just when you thought wireless tech was the future -- the next generation of wires.
Yup, we nearly had a little nerdgasm over that last one, too. We suggest you put on a comfortable pair of pants, grab yourself a fresh bag of Doritos (maybe some hummus too -- go on, treat yourself, it's Monday) and head on over to our photo gallery to see what all the fuss is about.