Intel CEO Paul Otellini announced a new product at CES called Intel Wireless Display, or Wi-Di. It consists as an adapter that plugs into a HD TV set and allows streaming video and audio from a computer. That’s it.
Other than purchasing the adapter, I would expect the only requirement would be that the computer has WiFi. I would be wrong.
Processor ONE of the following: Intel® Core™ i7-620M processor, Intel Core i5-540M processor, Intel Core i5-520M processor, Intel Core i5-430M processor, Intel Core i3-350M processor, Intel Core i5-330M processor
Chipset ONE of the following: Intel® HM57, Intel HM55, Intel QM57, Intel QS57
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics
Wireless ONE of the following: Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200, Intel Centrino Advanced-N +WiMax 6250, Intel Centrino Ultimate N 6300
Software Intel® My WiFi Technology and Intel Wireless Display must be pre-installed and enabled
OS Windows* 7 64-bit, Home Premium, Ultimate or Professional
Not only does it require a computer with the very latest Intel chips, it has to have all Intel chips. I expect completing technologies to come out that do not have technical requirements around a specific brand of chips. Also note: not Mac compatible.
A person in Los Lunas, NM will trade their car for a Nintendo Wii on Craigslist.
i will trade my car for a nintendo wii with all the the games and all the controlers u have and some money email me at firstname.lastname@example.org be sure the wii is in very good shape
No mention of what kind of car they have but they are very concerned about the condition of the Wii. And they want money to go with it.
I like Intel’s new Sponsors Of Tomorrow commercial campaign, at least more than the dumb dancing people meant to demonstrate the multi-core processors. My favorite so far is the “Our parties aren’t like your parties” if not becasue it’s very close to reality.
KOB recently did an interesting article on a group of independent iPhone developers in Albuquerque who work at a coffee shop and call themselves the Cocoa Conspiracy. The group includes Andrew Stone of Stone Design who has a number of both Mac and iPhone applications.
Apparently Stone Design’s Twittelator Pro is doing well. The article also talks about a very cool sounding hot air balloon and chase crew app.
“It can actually overlay the chase group’s position and the balloon’s location and speed over a map live. That way people can plan their routes to get to the balloon and where it’s going to land,”
That’s an awesome idea, I wish I would have thought of it. Albuquerque has “Largest balloon convention in the world” according to Wikipedia so it’s fitting that a app like this should be developed in Albuquerque.
I want to hook up with these guys perhaps they can give me some help in developing my own apps. The article fails to mention what coffee shop the “The Cocoa Conspiracy” hang out at.
Update: The group has a website at cocoaconspiracy.com and apparently meet at the RB Winnings Coffee Thursdays at 9:30 am.