San Francisco (CA) – Day 1 of the Fall Intel Developer Forum 2007 has come to an end and we are digesting the news and information we have received so far. TG Daily's Rick Hodgin sums up his impressions about the key products at the show, Penryn and Nehalem.
San Francisco (CA) – Casual conversations with IT industry icons have become more popular recently. Following similar events that, for example involved a moderated discussion with Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, Intel put the company's co-founder Gordon Moore on stage today to answer questions from Moira Gunn, host of “Tech Nation” and “BioTech Nation” on National Public Radio, and the audience.
San Francisco (CA) - Intel has opened its Fall IDF in San Francisco with a fireworks of initial announcements. The first 45 nm processors get a release date with a total of 15 such CPUs to be launched by year-end. Penryn's successor Nehalem will debut with the integrated memory controller "QuickPath" and 32 nm silicon has surfaced.
Sunnyvale (CA) – In an effort to regain a competitive edge over Intel, AMD today said that it has added a triple-core version of the upcoming Phenom processor to its roadmap.
Sunnyvale (CA) – Following on the heels of the introduction of the quad-core Opteron processor "Barcelona", AMD has released the logo of the Phenom quad- and dual-core processor.
Pasadena (CA) - Desktop Factory is inching closer to the release of its first consumer 3D printer, announcing today that customers can place pre-orders for the $5000 device.
It kind of sounds like something from a Ray Bradbury novel. Create a three-dimensional figure in the form of a specific image format, and the 125ci printer will create a physical representation of the model before your eyes.
Milpitas (CA) – Flash memory cards, based on ExpressCard technology, and commonly referred to as SxS cards, are making their way into the market. Expect to shell out a hefty premium for the privilege of using one of those new cards.