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Photos: Spring 2006 Intel Developer Forum

From concept notebooks to scooters, see the goods from the day one of Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
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Don McDonald

Don McDonald, vice president and general manager of Digital Home, gives a keynote speech on innovations for the digital home at the spring 2006 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

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Don McDonald and Viiv computers

Digital Home's vice president and general manager, Don McDonald, illustrates the speed of Intel Viiv computers.

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Sean Maloney

The executive vice president and general manager of the mobility group, Sean Maloney, speaks about Intel's initiative for the "personal Internet."

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Sean Maloney's crowd

A keynote audience at the spring 2006 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

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BMW racing car

A BMW racing car co-sponsored by Intel makes an appearance at the Intel Developer Forum.

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Scooter

A WiMax scooter accompanied a keynote address at the spring 2006 Intel Developer Forum.

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Intel concept notebook

This Intel concept notebook was shown during a keynote address at the spring 2006 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

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Intel WiCam mobile scooter

An Intel WiMax scooter connected to the WiCam global mapping service.

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Muffler Tunes demo

Demonstration of Muffler Tunez on the Intel WiMax scooter.

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Core Microarchitecture slide

Intel highlights the advancements provided by the new Merom Intel Core Microarchitecture.

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Keynote address slide

This presentation addressed the increased energy efficiency of Intel's chips, highlighting the features of the new Merom dual-core processing chip.

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Wider pipes

More on the design strategy behind Intel's new architecture.

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