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IDF FALL 2008: We managed to catch up with Justin Rattner to ask him about how transistor technology will evolve in the future.
IDF FALL 2008: Justin Rattner worryingly believes that machines have the potential to become more intelligent than humans by 2050.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel is still banging the MID drum, but it's not good news when demos are unconvincing and devices are uninspired.
IDF FALL 2008: Craig Barrett reckons that WiMAX will reach 50 million by the end of the year and a billion people by 2012.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel has quietly announced the first dual-core Atom processor at IDF. It comes complete with a new motherboard that's almost the same as the last one.
IDF FALL 2008: With the announcement of Visual Adrenaline, Intel will offer comprehensive support for game developers.
IDF FALL 2008: John Carmack spoke about multi-threading support in the new id Tech 5 engine during Renee James' software keynote at IDF.
IDF FALL 2008: One of the coolest things shown off at IDF was the fruit of a partnership between Dreamworks and Intel.
IDF FALL 2008: After playing with many of the Nehalem machines dotted around IDF, it looks like the fastest Intel Core i7 processor at launch will be clocked at 3.2GHz.
IDF FALL 2008: Anand Chandrasekher said that Moorestown is on track for 2009/2010 and shows off silicon for the first time.
IDF FALL 2008: Yahoo! is working with Intel to deliver an Internet experience on Intel's CE 3100 media processor.
IDF FALL 2008: Eric Kim announces Intel's first Consumer Electronics focused system on a chip during his Digital Home keynote.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel announces small form factor Montevina/Penryn chips... looks like we'll be seeing an updated Macbook Air soon.
IDF FALL 2008: Dadi Perlmutter announces imminent availability of mobile quad-core processors based on the Penryn architecture.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel sees the next evolution of the Internet as one that's embedded. 15 billion connected devices by 2015, reckons Pat.
IDF FALL 2008: You've read all the details on Intel's upcoming SSDs; now we've taken a pre-production X18-M 80GB SSD apart for you.
IDF FALL 2008: We've got the skinnies on the various Nehalem derivatives that'll be released over the next six-or-so months.
IDF FALL 2008: Pat Gelsinger spent quite a bit of his keynote talking about Nehalem's new power management technology known as Turbo Mode.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel has revealed that the first SSDs will be available very soon, with more to follow in the first quarter of 2009.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel Chairman Craig Barrett used this morning's opening keynote to deliver some strong political messages to the western world.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel talks about its research efforts behind a new Connected Visual Computing initiative.
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