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Check out this TV ad from Intel. Seems the guy they portraid as Ajay Bhatt, one of the principal engineers behind the development of USB, was a fake. They used an actor in his place! This is the real Ajay Bhatt…
Intel’s best-known marketing campaign has been “Intel inside,” which began in the 1990s. The new slogan is broader: “Sponsors of Tomorrow.” The campaign will start in the U.S., the U.K., and Germany and then expand to two dozen more countries. So what’s Intel doing spending money on humorous marketing during a recession? Apparently, co-founder Gordon [...]
Stores in Tokyo districts such as Akihabara have launched sales of Intel’s Core i7 processor, due to be officially rolled out on Monday. Sofmap store in Akihabara is selling boxed Core i7 processors (Credit: Sofmap) The Core i7 represents the vanguard of Intel’s new Nehalem microarchitecture. The i7 is a desktop processor targeted initially at [...]
Intel CEO Paul Otellini demonstrates and discusses the future of collaboration and talks about Intel’s business model, including how it approaches R&D, at the 2008 Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. This gadget in the demo will come in really handy for travellers. Just point your camera to a sign board and you get instant [...]
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