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Ubiquitous Sensors, Nehalem, and More

posted by DL Byron on September 18, 2007

While the Intel Developer Forum, with a focus on mobility and ubiquity, is on in San Francisco, there’s a local Seattle connection at the UW’s Intel Research Lab. The lab is working on ubiquitous sensor technologies. To sense stuff like water, perspiration, drugs, and your location.

For more on Intel’s latest technologies, like Nehalem announced today, check their Technology and Research blogs.

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Sep 22  |  Word Hugger said:

What is in that picture?

Sep 23  |  DL Byron said:

That’s the wafer from which they cut the processors — a remarkable process actually.

Jun 29  |  DB said:

Actually thats die which has already been cut from the wafer.

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