10 Years On: Spore
Five-year run, £30.4m budget.
Adds FIDO2, WebAuthn support.
On the day of its release, even.
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker said this morning that Intel will deliver Mobile Internet Devices to market within 60 days.
IDF SPRING 08: Pat Gelsinger kicked off IDF this morning with talk about how he believes Larrabee will change the visual computing industry.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has disclosed some information on its next-generation mobile platform, codenamed Montevina.
IDF FALL 07: Gelsinger has revealed that Westmere is Nehalem's successor. It's an evolution of the Nehalem design and will include a few refinements.
IDF FALL 07: Pat Gelsinger delivered a few more tidbits of information on Nehalem. SMP is already up and running with QuickPath technology.
IDF FALL 07: Gordon Moore, the father of the microprocessor and the industry's pace maker, joins in IDF's 10th year celebration.
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: Intel says it will propel integrated graphics performance by a factor of ten by 2010. Will this be enough to take on Fusion?
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.
After attending both Intel and AMD events in the last few weeks, Richard Swinburne reflects on his experiences in Beijing and Tunis before coming to some solid conclusions.
Here's a handy index of our comprehensive coverage from the Spring 2007 Intel Developer Forum in Beijing, China. Everything from Santa Rosa to Penryn and Nehalem inside. Updated to include Day Two coverage
IDF SPRING 2007: What's Wolfdale? The dual core variant of Penryn: a 45nm single die CPU. We got a glimpse of a quick and dirty test to show you the comparative difference.
IDF SPRING 2007: bit-tech joins a European round table discussion with VP of Digital Enterprise Group Operations, Steve Smith, to discuss several hot topics.
IDF SPRING 2007: Mobile Experts, Dadi Perlmutter and Anand Chandrasekher, offer insights into the future of the UMPC and Intel's vision of Internet connectivity.
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel showed off its 45nm upgrade to the Core Architecture, Penryn, in Beijing today. We have initial benchmark results -- click for details.
IDF SPRING 2007: Phase Change Flash Memory is tipped to replace the currently Solid State favourite (NAND) and be the future of storage. It might even replace DRAM. Details inside live from Beijing.
IDF SPRING 2007: We see a little better about how Intel works in China, detailing the investment made on Fab 68.
IDF SPRING 2007: Richard delves deeper into the world of DDR3 production and comes out with some new answers...
IDF SPRING 2007: Configurable Antennas look set to be a big part of the future of wireless networking technology.
Looking back on the Fall IDF, there are a couple of really interesting trends. However, the big understated trend is that Enterprise-on-Desktop is the new Mobile-on-Desktop.
IDF FALL 06: System manufacturers and mainboard makers are told to get with the programme and catch up with Apple on the new BIOS.
IDF FALL 06: Intel gives out details on its ClearVideo technology, a video featureset designed to improve playback of high definition video content on integrated chipsets.
IDF FALL 06: We get the details on Intel's transition to chipsets using DDR3 rather than DDR2.
IDF FALL 06: We speak to Steve Pawlowski, Intel Fellow and general genius, about what the tera-scale initiative means for users.
IDF FALL 06: We hear all about Intel's vision of a connected mobile lifestyle. This means 3G, ClearVideo and the meaning of life.
IDF FALL 06: Forget plugging in co-processors to HyperTransport, Intel wants designers to use PCI-Express and Intel's front side bus.
IDF FALL 06: The American satellite provider will ship a digital media adaptor with its new high definition DVR.
IDF FALL 06: Think you can design the sexiest PC on the planet? Intel has some money waiting for you if you can put your modding where your mouth is.
Seeing all that news run by on the right? Hop in here for your handy index to our comprehensive Intel Developer Forum coverage.
IDF FALL 06: Flash memory technology integrated on to the motherboard, combined with Windows Vista, should mean faster disk performance.
IDF FALL 06: We have the details on the power usage, socket compatibility, performance bottlenecks and processor architecture.
IDF FALL 06: Gesher, Nehalem, Woodcrest, Woodcrest, Santa Rosa, 65nm, 45nm, 32nm... the list goes on.
IDF FALL 06: Kentsfield gets a name, and we get a demo of the stunning new game from Remedy. Quad core goodness!
IDF FALL 06: Phil Schiller shares the stage with Otellini and explains Apple's new Intel line-up.
IDF FALL 06: Otellini gets a bit over-enthusiastic about this year's most overused buzz word. Bandwidth costs? We've heard of them.