Better technology isn’t enough these days," said Rattner. “What the individual values today is a deeply personal, information experience...At Intel, we’ve been building up our capabilities in the user experience and interaction areas...We’ve recently assembled an outstanding team of researchers consisting of both user interface technologists and social scientists to create the next generation of user experiences. We’ve learned, for example, that the television experience isn’t the same thing as the Web experience, even though more and more TV will be delivered via the Internet. Browsing the Web at 10 feet is an experience few people relish, but television experienced via the Internet is a huge step beyond broadcast.
No wonder why Intel is so rich!
What does the television part mean? i don't comprehend... They are creating something for the tv or computer?
This is more like TV . Intel's research team have to go over through infrastructure which it's going to take very long time to figure out the innovation.
the energy sensor seems like a great idea. Day to day tracking would provide a much better grip of how much power each device is using. It is interesting to think about how this system would be implemented whether the data kept locally, or stored on some type of server(log in to web page to check usage). Great news for green folks, and not so great for Pot growers!
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I think that they finally realize that computers are reaching the only so fast phase. And are trying to integrate processors into everything like they should be. A complete home Theatre, workstation, communications solution is what they seem to know is coming.
besides, they already have all the tech developed that they need to, since it is all stolen from the Roswell crash anyways! :P They wouldn't know where to go after they have exhausted all the incremental tech that they have already backwards engineered!
They have just been kicking back laughing at people for buying into new stuff every month, that they could have introduced in 1950.
That is why thier slogan is, Bong....Bong, Bong ...boom, Bong! :P
I am really pleased to see Intel making user-centered design a core part of their strategy. Taking time to research the wants and needs of customers is the ultimate competitive edge until other manufacturers and software houses catch up...which doesn't look like being any time soon for most of them!
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