Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES 2016 keynote | CNET

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES 2016 keynote

The chip maker's chief talks about what Intel has in store for the coming year.

  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:54:25 AM
    "With Curie we believe we've created a technology that will change the world of sports."
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    He's announcing a partnership with the X Games.
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    Now on stage is ESPN boss John Skipper. He's on crutches.
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    Crutches suck. (I was on crutches during CES last year.)
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    "This audience wants data and experimentation," Skipper says of the younger crowd that watches the X Games.
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    ESPN will put the technology to use in January, Skipper says.
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    Skipper is now crutching away. Again, I feel for him.
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    We're watching a snowboarding video now.
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    Video over. Krzanich is back on stage.
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    He's now announcing a partnership with Redbull Media House.
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    Red Bull Media House CTO Andreas Gall is on stage.
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    They are bringing out some other crazy-looking ramps now.
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    We're watching another video. Some guy just flipped off a wall and is jumping on top of cars.
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    The guys from the video is now onstage as well.
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    He's going to do something similar onstage now.
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    The Intel chip is tracking his movement now: his airtime, the degrees of his jumps, etc.
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    For his last trick, the guy just jumped over all the obstacles. Then jumped off stage.
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    "This is a start of a dramatic revolution is sports," Krzanich says.
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    Now he's talking about drones again.
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    He's introducing the Yuneec Typhoon H, a drone with RealSense software.
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    It's a consumer drone with a display in the controller that lets you see what the drone is seeing.
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    The drone itself can navigate any obstacle to avoid collisions.
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    Now we're seeing a live demo. There's an obstacle course with fake trees and a biker.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:09:58 AM
    This keynote is like a Nickelodeon game show from the 90s.
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    The drone will be available for less than $2,000 in first half of 2016.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:12:37 AM
    Now we're moving onto health and wellness.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:13:05 AM
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