It seems that revolutionary changes in management seem to be happening everywhere in the tech world. Who’s leaving now? Paul Otellini of Intel. This one is pretty cut and dry: he’s retiring. No secret firing or other claims are likely attached to his departure. Otellini has been with Intel since 1974 and has been CEO...

Interesting interview by PCWorld where they interview the CEO of Intel. It’s a good read, you should check it out. Some of the stuff that caught my eye: He’s not a fan of the X86 nomenclature. PCWORLD: Where does the x86 microprocessor architecture used in our laptops and desktops fit in to consumers’ lives...

From ZDNet. Intel CEO Paul Otellini seems to be extremely excited about Microsoft’s upcoming Operating System. So excited in fact that he said Windows 8 is “one of the best things that’s ever happened to our company.” Speaking at a Credit Suisse technology conference, Otellini discounted worries that  ARM will hurt...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMAx_NQ9frA Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini talked up the prospects of Windows 8 on Intel chips on Friday but claimed the evolution of the PC has been “retarded” over the last few years. Speaking at Dell World 2011, Otellini told an audience of industry executives that Intel loves...