This new action-packed teaser trailer for "Insurgent," the second movie in the "Divergent" trilogy, has us optimistic the sequel will actually be pretty good.
Last year, Apple was heading for a $1,000 stock price. Now it's Google, as the two tech giants battle to win the hearts and minds of users on the go and in the cloud.
AMD and Nvidia are launching graphics chips based on distinctly different design philosophies.
Not just because of Apple, convergence is -- once again -- all the rage. However, both the history of convergent products and recent research suggest that convergence may not be the (only) holy grail of innovation.
According to a McKinsey & Company study of US economic activity, "Raising the productivity of employees whose jobs can't be automated is the next big performance challenge."
With stronger profits to report, Intel's looking forward to this week. Struggling AMD, however, will hope it goes by quickly.
New and Noteworthy: Apple diverging from Open Source tree for Safari?; IT support for Macs
The computer maker plans to make its two laptop lines more distinct in the second half of 2004, a move that could better suit its products to a growing customer base.
Desktop and notebook processors will start to go their separate ways with the introduction of two new chip families that Intel will tout this week at its Developer Forum.