Intel semi serious about cars
It worxx, it really does...
Florida company Intelliworxx (sic) said today it had entered the autombile industry using Intel technology. The FLA company has introduced a CarPC product, but the product is likely to receive damning praise from the UK government. Earlier on today, John Prescott, deputy CEO of UK plc, said that his company, sorry country, was not interested in these kind of solutions any more. Prescott, deputising for CEO Tony Blair, out of the country in Berlin, said buses were the way of the future. However, Intelliworxx (sic) uses the Win98 operating system in a state of the art computing system. Intelliworxx launched at CeBIT last week. On the Microsoft stand, we noticed a yellow car with no wheels as the trams all broke down. Could this be the shape of things to come? On our way out of Hamburg, our taxi driver pointed out so-called SmartCars and said they would be useful for children and women shopping. The SmartCars were hung on the side of buildings and were, therefore, light. But our cabbie pointed out that most taxi cabs in Hamburg were made by Mercedes Benz, powered not by chips like Merced but by old-fashioned technology... Intelliworxx said in its press release that global positioning satellites would help push the technology. Microsoft is also a partner in the deal. ®
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