Intel’s Developer Forum 2014 was strangely muted. The company competed for attention with the Apple Watch and other announcements. Also, because Intel had announced its Broadwell technology just weeks before, the anticipation that accompanied many past IDF conferences simply wasn’t there.
That doesn’t mean IDF was a bust, however. Browsing the booths and tech sessions, there was a surprising amount of technology on stage—such as the Intel Core M chips held up by Intel exec Kirk Skaugen (left), or its successor, Skylake.
Stroll the halls with us for the hidden gems of the show.