In a rollicking, multimedia keynote at International CES Thursday, Intel CEO Paul Otellini gave a wide-reaching overview of all of the many applications for his company's technology- both now and in the future. He also announced some new partnerships and initiatives.
Otellini spent the hour-long keynote touting the role Intel's chips play in computers, smartphones, home entertainment and even the cineplex. Throughout he repeatedly touted Moore's Law, the well-known axiom which states that computing power generally doubles every two years.
"Every two years, we schedule a breakthrough," Otellini said, adding that the breakthroughs generally take six years of work to make happen.