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While the Korean electronics giant says it's not going to intervene in Sharp's business management, it could end up with early insight into new tech and influence future products. And that could be a risk for Apple.
Oracle's recent jilting of HP's enterprise business and its joint customers is more than a power play. It's also an (unfortunate) sign of things to come.
With Amazon launching a cloud storage and music streaming service, it's managed to make Apple look like a slowpoke. But it's not the first time the two companies have traded jabs.
IBM is partnering with a smaller Cisco rival to take on the networking giant in its core market.
So much for "coopetition." Cisco'a John Chambers decided it's time to go to the mattresses and take on erstwhile partners for a bigger piece of the IT market. Analyst Jon Oltsik explains what's behind the bold move.
Open standards aren't simply a tool with which to club competitors; they also help companies get their own product lines working together.
Eclipse Foundation appears to be trying to pull developers away from Microsoft's Windows Vista.
Netscape's founder is said to be ready to join Facebook's board. If so, call it a case of friendly coopetition.
Microsoft's internal e-mails show just how desperate Intel was to water down the requirements for Vista performance, as the performance of its top integrated graphics chipset was "barely" acceptable to Microsoft executives.
Industrial designers who are uniquely positioned at the intersection of business, technology, and culture, may bring some clarity into the many shades of green.