» Posts tagged with "Intel"
Posts tagged with "Intel"
Oct. 11 |
Ten years after the famous Radio Free Intel speech, the current CTO says ubiquitous radio for the digital world is really, truly just around the corner.
By Kathleen Maher
Justin Rattner has one of the greatest jobs in the universe. Justin Rattner has...
Oct. 10 |
Powerful performance options in a stylish package, plus tools for digital content creation make this a great computer.
By Tom Lansford
With additional comments by Randall S. Newton
[Editor’s Note: Contributing Writer Tom Lansford, Editor of CADplace.uk...
Oct. 8 |
All portables are not the same—by a long shot.
There are currently almost two dozen Ultrabooks on the market; for our first round of testing we have two on hand. (See “Just how ultra are some of those Ultrabooks?”) And we have an AMD Trinity-based...
Oct. 4 |
The Jon Peddie Research review team create an Ultra Factor formula and weigh the results.
By Jon Peddie, Robert Dow, and Harrison Gorvy
At the recent Intel Developers Forum we saw some delightful Ultrabooks. There are many now, possibly more than two...
Sep. 21 |
Intel Fellow Doug Carmean is serious about his company’s mandate to think outside the box.
Intel does a lot of work rethinking. It’s got that whole, there go my people, I must find out where they’re going so I can lead them mentality. Intel Labs...
Sep. 9 |
When you’re building computer chips you have to be able to plan, 5, 10, 20 years into the future. One way Intel fuels innovation is by searching out different visions and soliciting the opinion of a broad range of scientists, artists, psychologists,...
Aug. 31 |
Vendors are adding power with partners such as Intel, Fusion-io, AMD, and Nvidia.
There was a time when we thought there was not much future for add-in boards to speed rendering, analysis, or physics, but now the reverse seems true. Ironically, in fact,...
Aug. 29 |
Are consumers and businesses waiting for Windows 8 or a better economy?
By Jon Peddie
Believe it or not, we’ve been tracking graphics add-in boards (AIB) shipments quarterly for 25 years—that’s a lot of AIBs under the bridge. The volume of those...
Jul. 20 |
The long-term trend is slugging growth, if any. But Q2 is never a good barometer.
Ultrabooks are the only segment of the PC market showing encouraging growth, primarily in the US. (Source: Intel)
According to Gartner, worldwide PC shipments were 87.5...
Jul. 20 |
Competitive pressure and fear of a litigious Apple has Intel and Ultrabook manufacturers looking for ways to differentiate. Autostereoscopic display is high on the list.
Ultrabooks like the Acer AS5745DG-3855 may offer 3D (autostereoscopic or for glasses)...