Comic actor Patton Oswalt commissioned an action figure series from the legendary Sillof. The result is "Faster, Empire! Strike! Strike!"
Amazon's new Kindle Fire is clearly important enough to deserve a joke on "Saturday Night Live." It doesn't come out too well.
Ousted CEO found himself at odds with the board because of his lack of strategy and interest in pursuing a market in tablets and other mobile devices, according to The Wall Street Journal.
In some important market segments, Advanced Micro Devices' chip strategy was not promising. But whether this had anything to do with the CEO's ouster, is not clear.
The chipmaker's chief executive, Dirk Meyer, talks about the company's competitiveness, Intel, and a new focus on processors for smaller, lighter laptops.
Hector Ruiz steps down from the top role at AMD despite pledging to stay on through 2008, as the company's financial performance apparently became impossible to ignore.
Concerns over AMD's succession plans come at a difficult time for the company, and revive that old tug-of-war between marketing and engineering.
The president and chief operating officer of the chipmaker will join CEO Hector Ruiz on AMD's board of directors.
After nine months on the job, CEO Marissa Meyer has made her presence felt. But Wall Street's impatient for results -- and this latest report isn't going to change that.
ZDNet UK's David Meyer says the Nokia-Microsoft partnership could lead to some beautiful devices. Witness the Nokia E7.