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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Calif., Intel CEO Paul Otellini discusses the company's next-generation, 45-nanometer microarchitecture, Nehalem. The company says the processor will offer better performance and energy efficiency than its predecessors. It's scheduled to go into production in 2008.
Whenever TR (TechRepublic) publishes a video story, I think a link should be provided to the text that corresponds to videos; because the slower speed of my PC produces broken sound on videos.
I think TR's video stories should include the complete text (for the video); because my PC gets broken-sound that is not easy to hear -- so, I would like to read the text version of what's being said on a video.