One of the star’s of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas took the main stage for more than an hour yesterday. You’d think the CEO of Intel would go on and on about the PC (since they missed the ball on smart phones) but he didn’t. He talked about novel charging device for smart electronics you hold in your hand, monitors for your heart, your baby’s sleeping patterns – nothing about things that fill your desk or your briefcase.
CEO Brian Krzanich talked about everything but PC’s – but rather about the endless possibilities of new inventions that hyper-personalize computing power. But what form will these brave new devices take? Krzanich likened them to spaghetti – “You throw em against the wall and see what sticks.”
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