Intel yesterday unveiled a raft of vPro products based on the Core designs it debuted last month, showing the oft overlooked business desktop market a rare bit of love. The vendor unveiled its 2010 client chip lineup at CES last month, in the shape of the Core i5 and Core i7 parts. The parts are built on Nehalem and have been …
My lot can already remotely view - covertly, I might add - using LanDesk.
and we're one step closer
"a central server of built-in intelligence concludes it is lost or stolen". Power management is also remotely manageble.
I guess this'll make it easer for skynet.
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