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CES setting up its own startup alley

With "Eureka Park," the giant consumer-electronics show is aiming to capture a bit of the heat being generated by startups these days. For the first time in 10 years, it has an area dedicated to startups, and a number of those companies are focusing on digital imaging.

By December 20, 2011


Panasonic cans its Jungle handheld console before it even goes on sale

Panasonic has abandoned its plans to launch a handheld gaming console called Jungle, having shown off the clamshell device last year, with its focus on on-the-go MMORPG action.

By March 2, 2011


AMD extends deadline for Abu Dhabi spin-off vote

After failing to get a quorum, Advanced Micro Devices extends the deadline to next week for shareholders to vote on the proposed spin-off of its manufacturing business.

By February 11, 2009


Making sense of the tech meltdown on Wall Street

Why did typically stable SAP lead the way into the cellar? The normal rules of the high-tech industry's economics may not apply as the overall economy seems to unravel.

By October 6, 2008


Study predicts rise of 'circular entertainment'

New study from Nokia predicts that by 2012, a quarter of all entertainment will be created, edited, and shared within peer groups rather than being generated by traditional media.

By December 5, 2007


Conversation 2.0: Social marketing and you

Marketers and brands have always had conversations, but at a much slower pace and mediated by professional parties. That's no longer the case. Conversation 2.0, that is, the web 2.0 enabled conversation, shifts places and times.

By November 23, 2007