Subject: Shows and Expos | January 8, 2007 - 12:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Report kicks off CES 2007 with a look at ATI's newest TV Wonder, which features some nice HD capability. Using OCUR (Open Cable Unidirectional Receiver), a standard for digital cable tuners that cable companies use, you will be able to plug in a CableCard and record or watch. Most interestingly, this is not really designed as a standard graphics card, it sits in it's own case and connects via USB 2.0.
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 8, 2007 - 03:55 AM | Ryan Shrout
I am sitting in my hotel room now, overlooking the Las Vegas convention center, preparing for the next day's meetings. I have already seen quite a few things that are pretty interesting, but rather than throw something up that is full of nearly-asleep errors, I'll save them for tomorrow afternoon. :)
Keep checking back here at PC Perspective for news from CES!!!
Subject: Shows and Expos | September 29, 2006 - 11:54 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
One thing that The Inquirer took away from IDF was a discussion with Corsair about the difficulty of making high speed DDR2 DIMMs. It turns out that the reason most DDR2 for sale is 667MHz is because it is really hard to make DIMMs that run properly at 800MHz, not to mention the Domiantor series coming out at 1111MHz.
Paul Otellini, CEO
Today we'll cover the IDF keynotes and what all the high-level executives had to see at the show. Details on the quad-core processors, future core architectures and Intel's NAND memory for notebooks are included.
Subject: Shows and Expos | September 28, 2006 - 12:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Inquirer has taken the hard work of their 3 people on the scene at IDF, and condensed it to one page. Drop by for a look at IDF, in a way only they would do.
"OUR THREE FRONT LINE hacks have been busy scribing away like there's no tomorrow nor yesterday, and have come up with some fruits from the
high hanging tree that is the Intel Developer Forum."
Here are some more Shows and Expos articles from around the web:
Subject: Shows and Expos | September 27, 2006 - 09:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco, Sept. 27, 2006 — During his keynote today at the Intel Developer Forum, Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group, outlined the next stage of the company's multi-core product roadmap and new industry initiatives that offer developers a design platform for innovation and new capabilities for businesses.
Subject: Shows and Expos | September 27, 2006 - 12:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
There is a lot going on in San Fran, from Paul Otellini's speech, to 80 core processors and a firm date for the quad core Kentsfield processor. [H]ard|OCP is down there keeping an eye on Intel, and trying unsucessfully to scoop Ryan before he can get his news up.
What is Terascale?
Intel dropped a bomb at IDF showcasing a new technology called Terascale processing. Does the idea of an 80 core processor appeal to you at all?
The Week of IDF Begins Early
The Intel Developer Forum started with a quick look at a new Futuremark game engine that will utilize quad-core processors!
Subject: Shows and Expos | September 26, 2006 - 09:49 AM | Ryan Shrout
I am currently sitting in my hotel room, several blocks from the San Francisco convention center (Moscone), awaiting the beginnings of the Fall 2006 Intel Developer Forum. What can you expect here? Two words: quad core. Yep, its going to be every where; in fact I already saw it last night and a pre-IDF press meeting. There they showed off a Kentsfield core processor and a new quad-threaded gaming engine created by Futuremark call "Ice Storm Fighters". Hopefully they come
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