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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, November 24, 2012
 

 

Computer Industry
  • "With new direction, AMD has 'fighting chance,' analysts say" Austin American-Statesman [Free Registration Required] 9:15 AM
  • "Microsoft's Long And Winding Road To Becoming Kind Of Cool" TechCrunch 8:29 AM
  • "Windows 8 Is Too Much, Too Soon for Many Users: As advanced as this OS is, I predict sales will be soft, at least for a while, like sales of Windows smartphones. Early adopters will love it, but this is too much of a change for the average user to deal with quickly. I think Microsoft worries more about investors than customers, and this is finally coming around and biting the company in the rear end." E-Commerce Times 9:08 AM
  • "Microsoft's big Windows 8 secret? It's actually about advertising." The Next Web 8:30 AM
  • "Top 10 feature demands for 2013 Windows 8.1 update" iTWire 9:14 AM
  • "As Microsoft sits mum on the 7.8 update to Windows Phone, its community itches for fresh information" The Next Web 12:11 PM
  • "Microsoft is developing its own augmented reality headset" AFP 9:14 AM
  • "HP's Autonomy deal highlights pattern of bad ideas" Associated Press 9:15 AM
  • "HP's Autonomy Hassles: Tech Weekly Recap" TheStreet 8:37 AM
  • "Intel: Building on Otellini's Legacy" Barron's [Subscription Required for Full Article] 9:17 AM
  • "Intel's Two-Pronged Evolution: Intel's new Itanium 9500 and Xeon Phi coprocessors are impressive, evolutionary steps for the company and myriad current customers. However, the new processors also cast considerable light on how Intel will succeed in developing and delivering innovative solutions for core existing and emerging new markets." TechNewsWorld 9:16 AM
  • "The new business model: Competing with partners! Suddenly, the only way to succeed in the mobile space is to violate the old code of the ecosystem" Computerworld 9:13 AM
  • "H-P: Can this company be saved?Commentary: Starting from scratch with a new board might help" MarketWatch 11/23
  • "H-P's Autonomy Buy: A Blame Game" Zacks 11/23
  • "Autonomy Founder Defends Sales Practices Amid HP Claims" Bloomberg 11/23
  • "Autonomy Founder Lynch Blames Accounting Standards in HP Flap" AllThingsD 11/23
  • "Autonomy founder says HP allegations don't add up" Reuters 11/23
  • "Lynch Fights Back in HP Accounting Firestorm" [Video Report] Bloomberg 11/23
  • "CEO Gaffe of the Week: Hewlett Packard, Once Again" The Motley Fool 11/23
  • "HP says does not sell products to Syria" Reuters 11/23
  • "Windows 8: A soaraway Kinect? Or is it Red Ink Friday for Microsoft? Can Windows 8 and Windows RT slabs bring the Kinect effect to Microsoft?" The Register 11/23
  • "Is Microsoft building an Apple TV competitor?" GigaOM [Free Registration Required] 11/23
  • "Microsoft files patent for augmented reality smart glasses" BBC 11/23
  • "Want a sneak peek at the next Xbox? Look at the Xbox 360.: Microsoft keeps adding reasons to turn on the Xbox 360. Do these new features actually lay the groundwork for the next Xbox?" Christian Science Monitor 11/23
  • "Microsoft Offers Xbox, Surface Bundles for Black Friday" PC Magazine 11/23
  • "Lenovo set for Chinese smartphone crown in 2013" The Register 11/23
  • "Lenovo Black Friday 2012 deals launched on Android tablets, Windows 8 desktops and laptops" ZDNet 11/23
  • "IBM recasts Power 775 Blue Waters super as big data muncher" The Register 11/23
  • "CSCO Ex-Dividend Reminder - 11/27/12" Forbes 11/23
  • "IBM warns mainframe shops of 2013 price hike: 10 per cent jump coming next July for flat-priced wares" The Register 11/23
  • "How IBM Is Watching How You Shop Online" AllThingsD 11/23
  • "Intel: EMC's Gelsinger or Moto's Jha Would be Decent CEO Picks, Says Argus" Barron's 11/23
  • "AMD's HD GPU for Nintendo's Wii U" Zacks 11/23
  • "Security Guru Pledges to Strengthen Critical Computers: Computer-security researcher Eugene Kaspersky says he is testing control software that won't run malicious code." Technology Review 11/23
  • "3 Reasons Why PC Demand Can Get Weaker Still" Forbes 11/23
  • "SAP Mulls China Listing, Hewlett-Packard Accusations Doubted: Tech Biz Report" Wall St. Cheat Sheet 11/23
  • "Britney Spears, Ashton Kutcher, Justin Bieber among Hollywood stars getting in bed with Silicon Valley" Silicon Valley 11/23



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