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14 years since the first Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, this week's three-day event is expected to draw more than 5000 developers from around the world
Intel's researchers have created a prototype chip that could allow a computer to power up on a solar cell the size of a postage stamp.
Intel's director of creative innovation and technology advocate will.i.am tours the Intel Developer Forum exhibition hall with Justin Rattner, the company's chief technology officer. will.i.am was among about 5000 developers and other tech industry enthusiasts taking in opening day of the September 13-15 event at Moscone Center West in San Francisco.
A throng of international news media cover will.i.am's appearance and remarks Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum. Intel's director of creative innovation opened the Technology Showcase, where more than 180 companies are playing show-and-tell with thousands of developers, engineers and others of the technology industry in San Francisco, September 13-15.
Intel CEO demonstrated several new compute continuum capabilities that will be available on Acer, Lenovo, and Toshiba systems later this holiday season called Intel Pair and Share and Intel Teleport Extender.
Andy Rubin, senior vice president of Mobile at Google joined on stage at the Intel Developer Forum.
Intel's president and CEO Paul Otellini discussed the company's recent efforts to accelerate its smartphone business and showcased a form factor reference design based on Intel Atom processor, and running the Android platform.
Intel's president and CEO Paul Otellini was joined by Andy Rubin, senior vice president of Mobile at Google at the Intel Developer Forum where the two executives outlined plans to enable and optimise future releases of the Android platform for Intel's family of low power Intel Atom processors.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini outlines the company's plans to lead the future of computing during the opening keynote of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
Intel CEO showcases the Cisco Cius and discusses how the device will change the way mobile workers go about their work with this new kind of enterprise communications, collaboration and computing device built on an Intel Atom processor and running the Android platform.
Intel's president and CEO Paul Otellini outlines the company's plans to lead the future of computing during the opening keynote of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.