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IDG: Current-gen Thunderbolt ports compatible with future optical-based devices

IDG reports on a statement from Intel assuring the future compatibility of current-generation Thunderbolt devices

By September 27, 2011

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Apple's blind-side hit on IDG

Longtime Macworld sponsor IDG was caught completely off-guard when Apple announced that Steve Jobs would not be attending January's Macworld conference.

By December 17, 2008

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GigaOm drops ad deal with Federated Media for IDG

Om Malik's tech blog network decides to go with new ad network from tech publisher IDG after three years with Federated Media.

By November 21, 2008

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PC World editor returns as IDG exec reassigned

A week after his resignation, editor is back; executive who reportedly pressured him to kill stories critical of advertisers will return to prior role.

By May 9, 2007

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IDG's Colin Crawford denies favoritism toward advertisers

PC World's CEO said on his blog that the magazine and IDG do not make editorial decisions with advertiser concerns in mind.

By May 3, 2007

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New and Noteworthy: IDG announces Macworld Expo in Boston; 1 GB RAM module for PowerBook G4 12" debuts; more

New and Noteworthy: IDG announces Macworld Expo in Boston; 1 GB RAM module for PowerBook G4 12" debuts; more

By August 29, 2003

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New & Noteworthy: "Detailed solutions for Mac OS X developers" book; IDG changes Summer expo name again; more

New & Noteworthy: "Detailed solutions for Mac OS X developers" book; IDG changes Summer expo name again; more

By April 23, 2003

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CEO of IDG quits; EarthLink launches more wireless access; more

CEO of IDG quits; EarthLink launches more wireless access; more

By February 5, 2003

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Apple Vs. IDG Reflections; 15 GHz Pentiums?

Apple Vs. IDG Reflections; 15 GHz Pentiums?

By October 24, 2002

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New and Noteworthy: IDG Backs Down on Macworld Conflict; Computer on a Screen; more

New and Noteworthy: IDG Backs Down on Macworld Conflict; Computer on a Screen; more

By October 22, 2002