Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
As in, permanently.
Big specs, high price.
ARM IP built in Intel fabs.
Smallest socketed layout, it claims.
America's Greatest Makers launches 2016.
Promises IoT-targeted variant, too.
Gunning for ARM in a major way.
Okay, it was an IDF stunt.
Hidden features found inside latest XTU.
Promises to reveal speed-boosting tricks.
The Xeon 5600-series is demoed at IDF, with new memory and a new chipset.
We're still four months away from launch, but here's a sneak peak of some Sandy Bridge motherboards
10-core/20-thread CPUs scheduled for release early next year
More details on Intel's next-generation architecture revealed
Motion capture gaming on the PC within a year.
Intel finally shows off Sandy Bridge publicly, and claims it's faster than a quad-core Core i7
Intel may have good reason to delay its implementation of USB 3.0: it believes its LightPeak optical cabling technology, capable of double the throughput, is better.
Oops! Kingston leaks that a recent demo at IDF ran the Clarksdale CPU with DDR3 at just 1.35V to achieve its low wattage.
Intel gave us a sneak peek at its upcoming 32nm Westmere CPUs for desktops and laptops. Clarkdale and Arrandale will arrive later this year and are the first processors to integrate the GPU onto the CPU package.
Dadi Perlmutter took to the stage for Intel's Mobility keynote, where he unveiled three new Core i7 Mobile quad-core processors and an interesting new connectivity standard.
Following his absence last year, Paul Otellini returned to the limelight with the opening keynote at this year's Intel Developer Forum. We take a look at what was announced.
Industrial camera specialist Point Grey Research is due to show off a USB 3.0-equipped webcam capable of streaming uncompressed 1080p video to the host at IDF.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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