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IDF in Review As we understand it, there are some of you who have lives or at least other things to do. So, you may not have traveled out to San Francisco for last week's Intel Developer Forum (IDF). (Or, maybe you work at AMD, and they had you locked down at a workstation, trying to get a production edge.)

Lucky for you, El Reg had plenty of bodies at IDF, and we're pleased to present a review of our coverage. Go ahead - click around. ®

Desktop Dandy

Pentium 4 VT plans confirmed by Intel
Intel preps 'GPS for Wi-Fi' location tech
Intel to use next-gen architecture for CE SoCs
Intel announces 'desktrino' home PC platform
Intel, Panasonic prep 12-hour laptop battery
Intel confirms Yonah, Sossaman will offer virtualisation
Intel to bring Lakeport graphics to Napa
Intel, Cisco team to boost business WLANs
Otellini stakes low-power future on strained silicon
Intel intros 1.25GHz XScale
Intel: Sensors are of mote
Intel: We're all office warriors now

Server Spotlight

Microsoft will make you pay for Virtual Server
Intel looks to 'Dunnington' multi-core Xeon future
IBM shows Xeon-based server fatty
Brute force attack planned by Intel to blunt AMD's edge
XenSource tests door to Windows and profits
Intel confirms Yonah, Sossaman will offer virtualisation
Intel tweaks EM64T for full AMD64 compatibility
Intel answers AMD's dual-core chip challenge with French joke
Intel looks to low-power, high-performance chip future

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