EE has unveiled a data deal including a petabyte of data for £8m, to attract big business.
At the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Intel CEO Paul\r\nOtellini said that to reach 1 billion units shipped per year, the PC\r\nindustry will need to produce quieter, more energy-efficient machines\r\nwith a smaller form factor. Cost structures will need to come down too.\r\nOtellini spoke with Gartner analysts Ken Delaney and Steve Kleynhans\r\nabout Intel's restructuring in light of these shifts.
How do you make a drag racing, Nissan GT-R beating monster out of a 1970s vintage Datsun 1200? If you're John "Plasma Boy" Wayland, you toss the ICE and go electric.
EE has signed up two million 4G customers, leaving rivals O2, Three and Vodafone with "a lot of catching up to do."
President Bush, Cisco CEO John Chambers and a panel of speakers talk about education, innovation and tech competition. The president touts education, R&D, and broadband for all.\r\n
This week on Crossfade TV, the Download Music crew takes a listen to new releases from R&B powerhouse Keyshia Cole, singer-songwriter John Ralston, and Swedish indie-pop band the Shout Out Louds.
Symantec CEO John Thompson explains why his company isn't going to buy its way into the identity management arena. CNET News.com's Joris \r\nEvers reports from the 2007 RSA conference in San Francisco.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Conference Program Chair John\r\nBattelle leads a panel with Jay Adelson, CEO of Digg; Joe Kraus,\r\nco-founder and CEO of JotSpot; and Mena Trott, president and co-founder\r\nof Six Apart, on the differences of building a "business to last" versus\r\nbuilding a "business to sell."
Industrial Light & Magic's Hal Hickel and John Knoll took home an Oscar for visual effects on Sunday night.\r\n
\r\nTheir peers welcomed them back to San Francisco with a bash at the Letterman Digital Arts Center.
\r\nCNET.com's Veronica Belmont was on hand to check out the scene and talk with the winners.
At the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Fla., Dell Chairman Michael Dell tells Gartner analysts Jennifer Beck and John Enck that the fastest-growing markets for the company are outside the U.S. and that the infrastructure exists in those countries for Dell to sell direct to its customers. \r\n