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Default Intel's 2011 End of Year Highlights and A Look Forward to 2012

Take look at major technology trends from 2011 and new technology highlights such as the introduction of Intel's 3-D Tri-Gate transistors, Ultrabook™ and much more. Curious about what Intel and other industry leaders see as technology trends for 2012? From big data to the "gamification" and "screenification" of everything, to security breaches in the cloud, Intel and industry leaders and technologists predict what trends will make headlines in 2012 and imagine the future of technology.

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