Having an App Store for a platform like Windows seem unnecessary but Intel’s gone ahead and launched its own, targeted at netbook users. The AppUp Center needs to be the downloaded on the user’s machine to give quick access and updates to applications. The AppUp Center will be initially supported by manufacturers like Acer, Asus, Dell and Samsung.
Another thing Intel launched today was WiDi, a new HD over wireless technology. A user can stream HD content from his PC to the main TV with the help of an adapter to the box connected to the TV.
The WiDi will be available from January 17 powered by Intel’s new Core i5 processor.