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With the recession battering even the resilient video games industry, this week's confab gives attendees a chance to find jobs, reunite with peers, and learn best practices.
Bill Dally, chairman of Stanford University's computer science department, will join the company as chief scientist and vice president of Nvidia Research.
Jen-Hsun Huang describes his company as laser focused on just one thing: visual computing. This is leading to clashes with chipmaker Intel, which is shifting its focus to this area.
The CEO of the world's largest chipmaker wants hardware developers thinking about graphics, low-power applications, and Intel's determination not to let AMD get the best of it again.
Auction site hopes to let consumers discuss transactions in real time. But analysts remain skeptical of the high-price deal.
As many as 100,000 Net phone subscribers who haven't formally acknowledged 911 limitations could be cut off next week.
The VoIP giant is opening up its instant-messaging program for integration with Web sites and other Internet software.
Net telephony shook up traditional phone service, now it's on to cell phone variants of VoIP for companies such as start-up Mint Telecom.
Emergency calls made over Net phone connections aren't always reliable. The Feds want a foolproof system.