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Intel Plays Show & Tell With Next-Gen Tech

What does the next generation of technology look like? Intel has some ideas.

At its annual event showing off its latest research projects (held, ironically, at the Computer History Museum), Intel CTO Justin Rattner presided over a host of novel concepts, themed broadly around the idea of user-centric computing.

From a socially aware phone to a robotic butler, Intel threw the spotlight on innovation in grand style. Datamation has the story.


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Intel held its annual Research@Intel day here at an ironic place to disclose future technologies: the Computer History Museum. On the bottom floor, are systems like the first Apple, one of the first Vax computers, the first NeXT cube and the first server used to power Google.

One floor up and Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) CTO Justin Rattner was showed off products with more compute power individually than all of the assembled museum pieces downstairs combined. There were as many software as hardware demonstrations, a reflection that Intel does more than make chips.

Read the full story at Datamation:
Intel Previews Where Tech is Headed