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The Intel Architecture Labs (IAL) is a set of people dedicated to pushing the boundaries of technology (for that, read 'selling more microprocessors'). Often the IAL folk are seen at Intel's Developer Forum but if they were there last month, they were hiding from The Register and the monstrous regiments of the US and international press. When we've seen stuff they've shown before, sometimes it's really wacky, like a fridge which regulates the lives of a middle class family in California, but sometimes their stuff is really good. Because it's an R&D group, IAL doesn't get the press it perhaps should. But if you hightail over to this Intel Labs page, you'll see that the girls and boys are developing some rather nifty 3D technology, which they will exhibit at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas starting 8 April. There's also a groovy download page here which provides more details of the 3D work Intel's doing, as well as another page, which you can find here which is the main page for 3D software. While you're at the main IAL news page, you might also like to take a gander at the main item there, which is Intel's Automatic Organizer software. You thought Intel didn't do software? Au contraire, as we've written before, there's an awful lot of Intel software embedded in them thar pesky Microsoft operating systems... ® Related Stories Intel says Web pad "just an idea" Intel thinks intelligent fridge will rule roost in 2005 Here comes Intel's Miramar

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