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In the mid 1990's, Intel identified video as an application that would need lots of computing power and reasoned that if people started using a lot of video applications they would become ready customers for upgraded Intel processors.There you have it broken down nicely into Audio, Movies, Photos, Apps and Other categories.

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The good old days where dial-up could take up to three minutes or so to get you on the internet, today we have speeds which give us access to the internet within seconds.

He has an insatiable appetite for technology and has always been interested in how technology, through invention and innovation, is shaping our futures.

You've probably guessed that the most valuable one, the fourth, is also far and away the most difficult to create. It's corroded by shortcuts and by inattention, and fed by constant... Although hitting the “send” button on your email seems like an inconsequential step in your article pitching process, I recommend pausing before you take that action.

AT&T had great hopes for the Picturephone which I remember seeing as a child at the 1964 New York World's Fair, but did not see again until I stumbled upon a (broken) one a decade later at the MIT Architecture Machine (the group that became the Media Lab).

It turned out the Picturephone was too bulky, small, expensive, and difficult to use, at least for individual person-to-person communications.

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