Sean Maloney took to the stage for the first of the two afternoon keynotes on IDF Day One. He showed the first demo of a working Larrabee chip and, frankly, the outcome wasn't as we'd hoped...
In a talk at GDC, games programmer Mike Abrash claims that Larrabee can be more efficient at rasterisation tasks than traditional GPUs.
AMD has announced support for Havok Physics, essentially sticking two fingers up at Nvidia and its recently-acquired PhysX API.
Tom Forsyth, a software engineer working on Intel's Larrabee project, has said that rasterisation is not dead. Larrabee's primary focus for graphics is rasterisation.
Intel is already on the prowl for board partners for its upcoming Larrabee-based 'visual computing' products.
IDF SPRING 08: Director of Intel Research, Andrew Chien, talked with bit-tech about the future of ray tracing and its chances of making it to the big time.
IDF SPRING 08: Pat Gelsinger kicked off IDF this morning with talk about how he believes Larrabee will change the visual computing industry.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel's researchers talked about a new parallel programming model called Ct - it's designed to make threading exceptionally easy.
IDF SPRING 08: We're out in Shanghai, where Intel will spend a lot of this week's Developer Forum talking about its Atom processors.
IDF FALL 07: Pat Gelsinger delivered a few more tidbits of information on Nehalem. SMP is already up and running with QuickPath technology.
Here's a handy index of our comprehensive coverage from the Intel Developer Forum Fall 2007 in San Francisco, California. Everything from the keynotes, including Penryn, Nehalem and Larrabee inside.
IDF FALL 07: During Otellini's keynote, three world records were broken with an overclocked Yorkfield processor live on stage and another four were broken before the keynote.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has revealed that the first of 20 processors that make up the Penryn family will launch on November 12th.
IDF FALL 07: Otellini showed off the world's first working 32nm chip and says Intel is on track for volume production to start in 2009.
IDF FALL 07: Intel CEO Paul Otellini unveiled the company's next generation architecture during his keynote this morning. Say hello to Nehalem.
IDF FALL 07: Intel says that the future of the Internet is in Mash Making. And we're not talking about mashed potatoes...
IDF FALL 07: Intel has developed a silicon- and germanium-based photo detector that can detect laser light signals at over 40Gbit/sec.