Podcast #13: Intel Reveals the Future of Computing

Podcast #13: Intel Reveals the Future of Computing

The future of computing was recently revealed by Intel at an exclusive, invitation-only event at the company's research center in Santa Clara, California - and we have an in-depth, in-person report in this thirteenth edition of our weekly series of Mac|Live Podcasts. Among the ground-breaking technologies Intel revealed are:


> Nanorobots that reassemble themselves into solid objects under software control

> How Tera-Scale Computing will radically increase computing power

> Wireless technologies that exponentially increase power and convenience

> New ways of building microprocessors that will leave today's Macs in the dust


Also, Mac|Life editors Rik, Roman, Eugene, and Susie discuss Eugene's band's recent European tour and how Macs have become central to rock performance. Plus, the latest in the iTunes Store, and more.


Listen to it all now in this week's Mac|Live Podcast.


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More information on items discussed in this week's podcast (in order of their mention) can be found by clicking the links below:


Research at Intel Day

Dynamic Physical Rendering

Tera-Scale Computing

Building the Mobile Tomorrow

People-Centered Innovation

Software MacKiev's HyperStudio 5

Age of Empires III: The War Chiefs

Seagate One-Terabyte Drives

Oxbow: The Narcotic Story

Smashing Pumpkins: "Doomsday Clock"

Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Igor Stravinsky & New York Philharmonic: The Original Jacket Collection: Stravinsky Conducts Stravinsky - The Classic LP Recordings




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