The world’s biggest chip maker signals what it will talk about at CES next week
Do you want to control your computer with your voice? You’ll get that chance in the not so distant future, thanks to Intel‘s announcement today that it has partnered with Nuance Communication to implement voice recognition in the next generation of Ultrabook laptops.
Intel said today that more than 75 thin laptops known as Ultrabooks are coming in 2012.
Intel executive Mooly Eden profiled a new kind of PC today while on stage at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. You don’t expect to be wowed by PC advances in this age of smartphones and tablets, but Eden said new PCs — super-thin laptops nicknamed “Ultrabooks” — will combine functions that please both the left brain and the right brain.
Intel said today it has created a $300 million fund to invest in “ultrabook” computers, which it considers to be the next revolution in personal computers.