Intel's Fall 2007 Developer Forum started today in San Francisco at Moscone Center West, and there is already a number of exciting happenings to report on. We will have more formal articles to report on shortly, but in this article we've attached several photographs taken so far today. Among the happenings were the Nehalem demonstration, 32nm talk, and also Gordon Moore was on stage for an hour talking about various topics. Gordon Moore had talked about Moore's Law coming to a likely end in the next 10 to 15 years, pico bucks, language recognition in computing, and even his fishing trips. Later in the day a new Sun workstation was shown that hasn't yet been released but is Intel Tigerton compatible and ships with a massive amount of RAM. Virtualization was also a very hot topic later in the day.
On the second day of the Ubuntu Live 2007 conference presented by Canonical and O'Reilly was a keynote by Intel's Doug Fisher, Matt Zimmerman, and Tim O'Reilly among others. Also taking place were sessions on such topics as CloneZilla, Ubuntu on laptops, Dell Linux systems, and over two dozen other sessions. Ubuntu Live 2007 is now more or less done except for all of the parties and OSCON 2007 taking place the remainder of the week. Among the photographs to share today include some pictures from the OpenMoko in the exhibit hall, System76 laptops, and slides on Ubuntu's release road-map.
Starting out the first-ever Ubuntu Live 2007 conference was Mark Shuttleworth's keynote followed by Stephen O'Grady and Jeff Waugh. The day was broken up into a variety of sessions from the deployment of an open-source model at Purdue-Fort Wayne to building cross-OS applications on Linux. Starting off the day was the announcements of Canonical Landscape for system monitoring and management and Ubuntu 8.04 being a Long Term Support (LTS) release. The day had ended with free food and drinks along with some entertainment and other fun. The Ubuntu Live 2007 conference is being put on by Canonical and O'Reilly in Portland, Oregon this week prior to the start of OSCON 2007. Phoronix served as media partners with O'Reilly for this event.
Google wouldn't allow visitors or those involved with the LF Collaboration Summit to take photographs inside their Mountain View campus buildings, but outside was fair-game. With that said, enclosed in this article are a number of photographs from this visit. Sorry, no pictures of their Space Ship One replica, their eco-friendly items, Goobuntu, or all of the Naked machines.
While Computex has officially ended, TAITRA (the Taiwan External Trade Development Council) had taken the Computex press to Contrel Technology Co and the Southern Taiwan Science Park. Contrel is the manufacturer of LCD manufacturing machines. Also on the visit was TSMC and other companies based in Taiwan. Members of the press were also provided with a meal, luxurious rooms at the Tayih Landis hotel, and other benefits. Farewell to Taiwan until next year!
Ending off our Computex Taipei coverage for 2007 we have some pictures from Gigabyte's Swan Room Suite at the Grand Hyatt where they were comparing their P35-DS3P motherboard to the ASUS P5K. When it came to a temperature comparison, Gigabyte's P35-based motherboard was the clear winner. Gigabyte also had out their GA-M790-DQ6, which is one of their motherboards based upon the AMD RD790 Chipset.
Today is the third day of Computex and we have more coverage for all our readers! Today we took a close look at Abit, Corsair, Gigabyte, NZXT, Shuttle, and SilverStone! We have news today on the SilverStone Temjin TJ10, SilverStone Kublai series, and a number of new motherboards from Abit and Gigabyte.
Today was Day 2 of Computex 2007 and among the booths we stopped at today were for ASUS, HIS, Kingmax, OCZ Technology, PQI, and Intel. OCZ had the very impressive Actuator and we tried it out while Intel's press conference was about the Express G33, Q33, P35, Q35, and X38 Chipsets.
Today is the first day of one of the world's largest trade shows. We at Phoronix have spent it wandering the endless aisles at Computex Taipei. As with previous years, the exhibition takes place in four massive buildings. Let's take a look at what the companies have for us this year! Today we are featuring DFI, Enermax, Gigabyte, Seasonic, Sparkle, Thermaltake, and a number of other companies.
Ending off our JavaOne 2007 coverage is James Gosling's Cool Toy Show. Showcased at this event were various software and hardware products that utilize Java -- the products ranged from a Java powered meat scale to an industrial robot capable of accelerating from zero to 10Gs in roughly a second.
Not only does Sun Microsystems have some of the best and most talented engineers in the world, but they also know how to throw one hell of a party. At this year's After Dark Bash during JavaOne among the festivities were a virtual t-shirt flying contest with Duke, Battle Bots, bands with KISS and The Rolling Stones music, a girl with a grinder, Segways, an arcade, plenty of food and drink, and a lot more. We have attached some pictures from this event so you can see for yourself.
Finishing off the platinum cosponsor sessions was Motorola's CTO talking this morning about "Platform Disturbia" for mobile devices. Motorola is actively engaged in improving the experience for end-users as well as addressing some of the current issues and fragmentation problems faced by current developers targeting mobile devices. Also demonstrated was a new prototype mobile telephone from Motorola, which we have pictures of along with the rest of the slides.
With Oracle being a platinum cosponsor at this year's JavaOne conference, Thomas Kurian, Oracle's Senior Vice President, had took the stage for 45 minutes to show off some of their latest Enterprise Java advancements as well as announcing another code donation to the open-source community. Here are Oracle's slides from this presentation.
This morning we were extremely excited to learn about Sun Microsystems' JavaFX technology, which can extend the realm of possibilities for rich Internet applications. The JavaFX family also consists of JavaFX Mobile for portable devices and cellular telephones along with JavaFX Script, which can simplify the development of rich Internet applications. This afternoon Sun's Bob Brewin (Software CTO for Sun) took the stage to talk more about JavaFX along with the future of Java. From Brewin's talk there are a few interesting points worth noting.
The JavaOne Pavilion is where a number of different companies are showing off their new hardware and software products -- from graphing software to Java-powered robots and everything in between. In today's coverage of JavaOne 2007 we have a number of pictures we took while on the floor with more in depth coverage of the various exhibitors coming later in the week.
Sun Microsystems' Project Blackbox is the world's first data center located inside a box (well, a shipping container). One of these shipping container data centers was on display at JavaOne with attendees being free to look around. We took this opportunity to peek inside.
Officially kicking off JavaOne 2007 was Sun's Executive VP, Rich Green, announcing JavaFX, JavaFX Scripting, JavaFX Mobile, performance improvements coming to Java SE 6, and Java now fully entering the open-source community with the release of the OpenJDK. Showcased during this keynote were a variety of different gadgets running JavaFX, a snippet of JavaFX code, NASDAQ embracing Real Time Java, Ericsson opening some of its source-code, and "Engineers Without Borders" in conjunction with the United Nations. Here are some pictures taken during Green's JavaOne 2007 keynote address -- we'll provide more information later in the day.
We began our week of JavaOne coverage this morning with some of the information shared during the CommunityOne General Session. Now that the day is winding to an end, we have some additional information to pass along on Sun's first-ever CommunityOne event. Outside of the CommunityOne General Session, other tracks throughout the day were on NetBeans, GlassFish, OpenJDK for mobile & embedded environments, OpenSolaris, Web 2.0, Startup Camp, RedMonk's un-conference, and the discussion of Linux versus Solaris.
While JavaOne doesn't officially get underway until tomorrow, this year Sun Microsystems hosted a free day-long event called CommunityOne. Like this year's JavaOne conference theme, CommunityOne is focusing upon open possibilities and consists of a variety of different sessions to cater to one's interests. CommunityOne has been underway now for just under two hours and there is already a bit of information worth sharing.
In a little over a month from now Phoronix will be turning three years old, but today we have an early present for our readers and the alternative OS community. As you should be able to see right now, we have a brand new layout. This new user interface is powered by our sixth-generation content management system, PHXCMS, and it sports an overwhelming number of enhancements.
While it was no QuakeCon, over the weekend was the Masters of the LANiverse LAN party that turned out 250 gamers for 16 hours of gaming action with several tournaments. We had captured some photographs of this event and have some thoughts to share on this Michigan LAN organization.
Over the weekend, The BoxHeads had put on their October 2006 (Halloween) LAN Party. This event was in Plainwell, Michigan with approximately 100 gamers making it out. In the past The BoxHeads have hosted events up to 150 people, but coming up in December, they will be hosting an event with approximately 250 gamers in Lansing, Michigan. The BoxHeads have been hosting large LAN parties going back to the start of 2003...
The BoxHeads, one of the largest LAN organizations in Michigan, which attracts visitors from all over the Midwest and Canada, had held its first LAN event for the year. While their venue was the limiting factor, yesterday's event was for 144 gamers and a complete day full of various gaming and hardware activities. A great deal of prizes were given away, and Phoronix had also sponsored a unique computer modding competition. Team ATI was also out in force at the event. While the event was largely a success, there were some damaging power issues. Here at Phoronix we have a great deal of photographs to share this morning from exploding power supplies, an Ubuntu modded case, and an interesting X1900XTX CrossFire setup powering a 1-on-1 Daikatana tournament.
Unfortunately, due to some conflicts in our schedule we were unable to attend the XGI Technology booth during Computex Taipei 2005. However, thanks to the generosity of the folks over at XGI we have some pictures of their items that were on display. Items include the XGI Volari 8300 and even some motherboards!
What's up for day 4 at Computex Taipei 2005? Well today we primarily have coverage of the latest products from Foxconn, MSI, AOpen, DFI, Powercolor/Tul, Triplex, Vantec, XGE, and Apacer.
Third day of Computex. We finally wandered out of Hall 1 and headed to Hall 2. There were quite a few pleasant surprises waiting for us there. Want to find out what? Keep reading!
Ah yes, another very tiring, but very exciting day at Computex Taipei 2005. First up today, we have the Tyan 8-Way server launch followed by some more Abit coverage along with plenty of information regarding ATI's Crossfire. Want to find out more? Read on.
The first day of Computex has rolled to an end. What new products are coming out? What innovations have the manufacturers come up with this year? Read more to find out!
From Tyan's 8-way product launch to Abit's Happy Hour, we will be providing Computex Taipei 2005 coverage throughout the entire event. What we have here before the start of the May 31st show is a pre-show synopsis.
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