Intel promises awesome performance for this fall’s tablets and laptops.
Intel moves forward with “pervasive computing” technologies at IDF.
Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, and Renee James, president, will focus on mobility at IDF keynotes.
Watch a live demo of SoftKinetic’s close-range gesture controls.
At Intel’s developer forum, there was plenty of cool gaming stuff
Intel brings a Coke vending machine to its battle with Apple. Is it enough?
For every 120 tablets sold, a server has to handle the web traffic they generate.
Adaptive all-in-one computers can be detached from their stands and used as tablets or taken around the house to another location.
SoftKinetic’s close-range gesture control technology is at the heart of Intel’s upcoming non-touch control for laptops. The companies call this development the beginning of perceptual computing.
Smart vending machines are here. Check out the Coca-Cola vending machine with an Intel processor in it.
ARM argues that it’s gaining ground in the mobile chips battle with Intel.
Convertible tablets and gesture recognition to be the stars of Intel’s developer conference next week.
Will.i.am, star of the pop music group the Black Eyed Peas, said yesterday that his creative role at Intel has changed his life. The musician opened the tech showcase for the Intel Developer Forum and said it was like looking at the future (see the video below).
Not long ago Intel would have welcomed Microsoft on stage to talk about the Wintel alliance related to PC hardware and software. But today, Intel and Google joined each other on stage at the Intel Developer Forum to talk about an alliance, even as Microsoft was staging its own separate conference.
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini said he was not interesting in buying Hewlett-Packard’s PC business, which is either up for sale or will be spun off by HP.
At Intel, the idea of the Ultrabook and mobile computing is becoming the drumbeat. Intel chief executive Paul Otellini hammered that home as he spoke today about upcoming products from the world’s biggest chip maker that will enable super-thin laptop computers as well as tablets.
Intel is planning a hybrid security technology that will combine software with chip-based defenses.
Blake Lewin, the president of Transgaming Digital Home, showed off a new TV-based GameTree TV game platform at the Intel Developer Forum this week in San Francisco. Transgaming has teamed up with Intel to create a smarter TV. Intel makes the code-named Sodaville chips — which are highly integrated consumer electronics processors — for set-top boxes. Those set-tops can link to the internet and download applications to the set-top box.
Intel isn’t happy just putting its chips into every imaginable device. It now wants to help developers sell apps that run on the devices its chip powers, too.
Intel showed in a demo today that it can create a secure encrypted video conference that will allow workers to discuss company secrets without fear that someone might be eavesdropping.