CES 2008: What does Intel have to do with the Internet?

January 8th, 2008 |
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The Internet has been a technology that users go to, on their towers and now on their laptops. Intel made microprocessors that were the brains in the machines that enabled access to the Web. In the future, people will need an Internet that anticipates their needs. Intel says its vision is to create the microprocessors that will enable those devices. This could be the the year that the future is launched, when OEMs put a range of ultra mobile devices on the market. In this podcast, Intel’s Pankaj Kedia talks with PodTech’s Jason Lopez about ultra mobile devices: the vision, the underlying silicon, and the future.

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