Intel honcho and head of the Digital Enterprise Group Pat Gelsinger made some promises or at least bold statements (with mentioning rival AMD by name) at IDF this week. He said that Intel would "unquestionably be the performance per watt leader in 2006." He also said, "We [Intel] will have absolute leadership in the market next year." It will take more than words for Intel to slow down AMD...
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According to a News.com report, Intel has developed digital voltage regulators made in standard silicon.
While the US focuses its defenses on Iraq, Iran, and North Korea, someone or some organization with access to systems in China is focusing on the US defenses. More specifically, networks belonging to various US defense agencies and contractors have come under attack from systems that are physically located in China.
Move over Wi-Fi. Here comes the HomePlug Power Alliance.
According to Microsoft, computer users aren't the only ones confused by the differences between the various computer sleep states like standby, hibernate, and plain old off. So too is our application software.
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In this second episode of the Dan & David Show, we discuss the news from Intel's Developer Forum, Google's latest moves and bad behavior by cellular carriers.
Intel has been unique among chip companies in that it's a market maker. The company didn't passively sit back and wait for wireless to take off, for example.
The Toyota Prius is a popular car with people looking to save gas, but recently a software failure has left some owners stranded.
That's the headline in a New York Times article (requires free registration) by Gary Rivlin. The story talks about how the Google honeymoon is over and now, because of the way it's becoming just as corporate as any other big tech titan, it is now the first company to come along in a long time that stands any kind of a chance at challenging Microsoft's dominance.