All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Intel’
Microsoft, Google, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Intel and Philips are petitioning the FCC to allow them to create a handheld internet device that uses vacated TV airwaves to establish wireless internet access.
I’m not exactly sure what the point is, except maybe to use all the now-useless TV rooftop antennas to create a new way of connecting homes to internet service providers, without laying tons of new cable. It’s all confusing, but the main thing is that a certain gadget blog embaressed themselves by prematurely assuming this was all about a Zune phone.
Intel has finally won Google back, and the Santa Clara-based company will now resume selling servers to the search engine giant. Reports indicate that Intel had to pull out all the stops to earn Google’s business, though; to be more exact, Intel produced some custom equipment.
Okay, someone explain this to me: Intel, a company that makes microprocessors, is backing and selling – but not profiting from – a suite of “Enterprise 2.0″ software for companies that includes blogging software (Typepad), a wiki (Socialtext), and RSS feed software (Simplefeed and Newsgator), called Suite Two.
Just was over at Byron’s blog and see that Intel has started blogging and that he did the design. Cool!
The latest prototype from Intel involves some very popular buzzwords – “silicon,” “hybrid,” and “laser” are all present, and the company’s Silicon Hybrid Laser (HSL) chip could act as “a breakthrough that will propel the world of computers into the light-based transmission era.”
Intel was at VloggerCon and interviewed a bunch of people, including yours truly. You’ll get a hint of some of what I’m thinking about. How do I get the video from my HD camcorder to your computer without going broke?
Dell Computers put a little kibosh on Intel yesterday, announcing in its first quarter earnings release that it will introduce servers powered by Advanced Micro Devices. Reuters reports that in a dim market, Dell and AMD shares soared on the news, while Intel dropped.
Excitement is building for Apple Computer’s Worldwide Developer Conference, at which its new operating system, Mac OS X Leopard, is to be shown for the first time. The company says that innovative ideas will abound at the event, with the number of sessions expected to reach 130.
Microsoft revealed at the Intel Developer Forum on Friday that no 32-bit Windows system would ever support Extensible Firmware Interface, dashing hopes that dual-booting Vista and Mac OS X would be a lot easier.
Google has added another search engineering superstar to its talent roster snagging Udi Manber, the suddenly former CEO of Amazon’s search engine A9.com.
The most recognizable Grandpa story involves a multi-mile trek to a one-room schoolhouse in the most oppressive inclement weather up a spinning hillbarefoot. Let me be the first to call it. Intel and a bunch of others have just delivered our generation’s Grandpa story.
The problem when you’re at the top is there’s only one place to go and computer chip leviathan Intel may be experiencing something akin to a descent, at least for now. Intel dominated the computer chip market for years but while their earnings were very good, they are losing their grasp to rival AMD for the moment and it’s not done yet.
Dell has agreed to provide access to documents involved with its relationship with Intel for the antitrust suit that AMD has brought against Intel.
Intel’s philanthropic division, the Intel Foundation, channeled a $1 million donation to the American Red Cross in support of Hurricane Katrina disaster relief efforts. The foundation will also match employee contributions in support of the relief effort during the month of September.
Chip-making monstrosity Intel announced their monster’s getting a little bigger with the early deliver of their Xeon and Xeon MP processors. The new units will contain dual-core and hyper-threading technology will ship in 2005.
Yesterday, Intel announced that it plans to build a new 300-mm wafer fabrication factory called Fab 32 on its site in Chandler, Arizona.
Intel announced today that it plans to build a new 300-mm wafer fabrication facility called Fab 32 on its property in Chandler, Arizona.
The massive chipmaker will work with the Oscar winner’s production company on releasing films online before their DVD release.
Computer giant Intel and Revelations Entertainment, co-owned by Oscar winning actor Morgan Freeman and producer Lori McCreary announced the creation of ClickStar, a company designed to offer premium movies directly to the Internet, including original content and first run products.
AMD filed an antitrust suit to attempt to break the “chokehold” they assert Intel has on the processor market. They claim numerous anti-competitive moves Intel has made in the past up to an including threats to computer companies for electing to use AMD products in any form or fashion.
Yesterday Intel announced that it has developed chip technology made for supporting current and future Wi-Fi standards.
Nokia and Intel are aiming to standardize WiMAX technology. The two companies are working together to speed up its development and deployment.
Recently Apple announced a partnership with Intel. Apple has started using Intel chips in its Macintosh computers, and by 2007 all Apple computers will utilize them.