Here's a handy link to all our content from IDF Fall 2006 - highlighted items are rather unmissable...
First stories are at the bottom, latest stories at the top. Links open in a new window.
- Intel IPTV exec sounds off on DRM, iTV and YouTube
Eric Kim, manager of the Digital Home group at Intel, blasts DRM then praises Apple's approach with its iTV streaming box, and throws in some YouTube criticism for good measure.
- Details of Robson flash tech
Flash memory technology integrated on to the motherboard, combined with Windows Vista, should mean faster disk performance.
- More Kentsfield Details
We have the details on the power usage, socket compatibility, performance bottlenecks and processor architecture.
- Next-gen platforms under the spotlight
Gesher, Nehalem, Woodcrest, Woodcrest, Santa Rosa, 65nm, 45nm, 32nm... the list goes on.
- Intel shows off Core 2 Quad, Alan Wake
Kentsfield gets a name, and we get a demo of the stunning new game from Remedy. Quad core goodness!
- Apple rocks up on stage with Otellini
Phil Schiller shares the stage with Otellini and explains Apple's new Intel line-up.
- Intel says YouTube is going HD
Otellini gets a bit over-enthusiastic about this year's most overused buzz word. Bandwidth costs? We've heard of them.