I just finished up another day at Google IO and wanted to share a few tidbits prior to getting this stuff down in text. I spend a little bit of time talking about how ART improves garbage collection performance in Android L release as well as how cloud pairing of mobile devices to Chromecast works using ultrasonic authentication. The big news is obviously Android Wear and I spend a bit of time talking about Google's plans for notifications in Android and my initial experience with LG's G Watch.

Intel Reveals SSD Details at IDF 2008

Intel unveiled its plans for SSDs in 2008 at IDF. It also made some pretty lofty performance claims for how its SSDs will stack up against the competition...

10 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/19/2008

Intel Developer Forum 2008 - Live! Nehalem, Gelsinger Keynote Coverage

Pat Gelsinger and Dadi Perlmutter are on stage and are going to be talking about everything from Nehalem to Larrabee and Atom.

16 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/19/2008

E3 Aftermath

A look back at some highlights from this year's Electronics Entertainment Expo

27 by Eddie Turner on 7/25/2008

Computex 2008 - ASUS HDAV 1.3 Update

ASUS continues to bring joy to our ears as we have additional images and information about the upcoming HDAV 1.3 card.

28 by Gary Key on 6/6/2008

Computex 2008 - The Intel G45 Update

We provide a quick glimpse at several G45 boards on display at Computex 2008.

13 by Gary Key on 6/5/2008

Computex 2008 - ASUS Brings Joy to Our Ears

ASUS releases the Xonar HDAV1.3 that features output capabilities for uncompressed multi-channel audio including the latest Dolby True-HD and DTS-HD Master audio formats.

22 by Gary Key on 6/4/2008

Computex 2008 Day One

We take a look at products from ASRock, OCZ, G.Skill, and others.

17 by Gary Key on 6/4/2008

Inside Newegg NJ: A New Warehouse and Another Contest

Newegg invited us up to tour their latest warehouse and agreed to give away five Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650s to AnandTech readers.

79 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/20/2008

CeBIT 2008 Day 3 - PSUs and Cases

There were a lot of "new" PSUs on display, though most come from one of several ODMs. We also looked at a few of the cases at the show.

28 by Christoph Katzer on 3/6/2008

CeBIT 2008 Day 2 - OCZ's Mind Controllable Mouse, ASUS' HDMI Sound Card, Intel and more

We played with OCZ's "brain mouse", looked at ASUS' HDMI equipped sound card that will enable high definition audio codecs over HDMI from a HTPC, saw some more 4-series...

27 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/5/2008

CeBIT 2008 Day 1 - New Intel Chipsets, Atom on Display, and lots from AMD/NVIDIA

CeBIT just begun and as an esteemed colleague put it, it's like a big Computex. Motherboard and chipset announcements galore!

25 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/4/2008

GDC 2008 Coverage: Wrapping it Up

Last week we spent some time in San Francisco at the 2008 Game Developers Conference. Today we are looking back on the coolest bits we saw.

15 by Derek Wilson on 2/25/2008

Dell Corporation - CES 2008

As one of the largest computer product companies in the world, Dell was of course present at CES with a large booth and plenty of new items to show off.

15 by Jarred Walton on 1/10/2008

More CES Coverage as Day 2 Begins

Bringing you the latest from the biggest tech show this side of the international date line.

18 by Editorial Staff on 1/8/2008

The World Watches as CES Kicks Off

The Media Coverage of CES is the most intensive ever, and AnandTech was everwhere to bring you the products and news that will affect you in 2008. Here's...

10 by Editorial Staff on 1/7/2008

CES 2008: NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

As CES swings in to gear, we have information on NVIDIA's latest technology: Hybrid SLI

40 by Ryan Smith on 1/7/2008

Intel IDF 2007: Datacenter Technology

IDF 2007 had some interesting IT news related to very dense Tigerton servers and new ways of saving power in the datacenter.

13 by Johan De Gelas on 9/20/2007

Intel Developer Forum 2007 - Day 2: USB 3, ASUS EeePC, Robot Car and More

We got some shots of a USB 3.0 cable, spent some time with ASUS' EeePC, toured Stanford's Robot Car and did much more at IDF as the show winds down.

11 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/20/2007

Intel Developer Forum 2007 - Day 2: Menlow and Intel's iPhone Mockup

Want an Intel processor in something that looks like an iPhone? Welcome to a preview of 2010.

6 by Anand Lal Shimpi & Howard Johnston on 9/19/2007

Intel Developer Forum 2007 - Day 1: More Nehalem, Penryn Announced, and Gelsinger Speaks

Our IDF coverage continues with even more detail on Nehalem and Penryn, as well as Pat Gelsinger's demonstration of USB 3.0.

9 by Anand Shimpi & Larry Barber on 9/18/2007

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