Intel Articles

Is Intel Desperate?

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.

Enterprise 2.0 in a Box

A small dream of mine came true. We’ve been preaching an ecosystem of tools for some time now. We’ve helped customers stitch them together in interesting ways.

Tokyo U Develops 512-Core Processor

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a processor that uses 512 cores to achieve up to 512 billion floating point operations per second.

Intel Pulls SimpleFeed, More Into SuiteTwo

Intel Capital, the investment arm of the global semiconductor leader, brought together a number of companies into SuiteTwo, a hardware appliance containing several collaborative software applications.

Intel Launches Blogger Challenge

Today marks the launch of another unique personal media campaign with Intel – this time a collaboration between six rising stars of the blogosphere.

MacBook Pro Laptops 39% Faster With Core 2 Duo

Apple updated its flagship MacBook Pro notebooks with Intel Core 2 Duo processors today, claiming an enormous leap in performance over the previous generation.

Perspectives on Business Blogging

There are certain guidelines that companies should bear in mind when undertaking new ventures into the blogosphere. For starters, an effective blog should be a springboard for conversation as opposed to merely an information resource.

Intel’s “Living Without Boundaries” Stunt Catches Fire

Last week I posted about the Intel Second Life campaign that were working on with Millions of Us.

Intel Goes Blogging

The chipmaker has stepped into another arena, that of corporate blogging.

Intel Starts Blogging

Just was over at Byron’s blog and see that Intel has started blogging and that he did the design. Cool!

Intel Creates Super-Spiffy New Chip

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.”

AOL, Intel Launch PC-to-TV Programming

AOL and Intel launched an on-demand video service for Intel Viiv-based PCs. The joint effort provides AOL Video’s online library of movies, TV shows, music videos, concerts, and sports videos, viewable on large-screen televisions.

Intel Cuts And Wall Street Nods

President and CEO Paul Otellini brought the number of jobs eliminated from the chipmaker to 10,500, but that number did not impress investors.

Boeing Grounds Connexion

The Connexion By Boeing in-flight broadband Internet service will come to an end, as the satellite-based system never really took off with airline carriers.

Intel, Micron Smack Samsung With 50nm NAND

Intel and partner company Micron Technology have broken the 50 nanometer (nm) barrier on NAND flash memory and have begun sampling 4 gigabit (Gb) devices manufactured through IM Flash Technologies.

Intel Trims Middle-Management Fat

CEO Paul Otellini and other executives have announced the first move resulting from an extensive internal review started three months ago, by cutting 1,000 jobs.

Mac OS X Ruby on Rails – Where to Go Next

When we left off with Mac OS X Ruby on Rails, I had Rails up and running but had not a clue as to where to go from there.

Intel Covers VloggerCon

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/AMD Deal Lights Up Wall Street

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.

Apple’s 2006 Developer Conference

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.

Intel, Baidu Join Forces On Search

Intel China and the Baidu search engine plan to work closely together to develop search and other web-based applications for Chinese users.