Are our brains wired for data overload? Is it overload? Intel, Microsoft, and Hewlett-Packard CEOs have some thoughts.
Microsoft and Intel influence is waning in the age of the iPad. And market researcher iSuppli says their share of the "new computer market" will continue to shrink.
"That tablet thing? We'll get back to you." That's a crude but fairly accurate encapsulation of the nonchalant attitude Microsoft, Intel, and AMD have toward the iPad. Why? I asked an expert.
The companies will hold an event next week to discuss collaboration on improvements to the forthcoming Windows 7.
Chip giant and software titan are united by a need for better ways of allowing software to take advantage of machines with many processor cores.
The companies decide that giving users access to their desired programs is best achieved with a united front.
Companies join forces with Toshiba, NEC and others to face off against Sony, Dell, Apple, et al in war over a standard to succeed DVD.
Tech giants set to launch TV, print, cinema and online ad campaign to market the digital lifestyle. Photos: Microsoft's Media Center 2005 launch
The chip giant is whipping up reference designs for PVPs, or portable video players, and the software powerhouse is concocting a related OS, called Media2Go.
SmartPipes closed its fourth funding round at $51 million, the company announced Monday, with contributions from new investors such as Microsoft, Juniper Networks, Intel Capital and Invesco Private Capital. Previous investor Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers also participated in the round, which brings the company's total financing to $116 million since its founding in 1999. Some of the Redwood City, Calif.-based company's past backers include Dell Computer, WorldCom and XO Communications SmartPipes makes software that helps telecom carriers run virtual private networks and security services as well as manage telecommunications gear at their customers' sites. The company will use the funds to develop new features for its software.