Intel is a semiconductor manufacturing company whose raison d’etre is to churn out computer chips by the million. It spends billions of dollars on engineering and infrastructure – building hugely expensive fabrication plants – and continues to hold a commanding market share in providing processors that power the vast majority of PCs.
[…] The world doesn’t really care what kind of technology resides in products. Rather, it cares about what it enables you to do: Apple iPhone being a very obvious case in point. So what does this all mean for the chip giant? At the Intel Developer Forum – a yearly technology showcase held in San Francisco – the firm rolled out examples of how it views technology development and enablement for Joe Average…Intel