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Hey Meg, how much does HP now love Microsoft?
A long time ago, they used to be friends. But not now - as HP CEO Meg Whitman brands Microsoft as its "outright competitor" after getting close to Google.
Is it a case of Buy Buy BlackBerry…?
After reaching a US$4.7bn deal to take the company private last week, reports now claim Cisco, Google and SAP have entered the running for the embattl
Apple beats Coca-Cola to become World's Most Valuable Brand
Every so often, a company changes our lives, not just with its products, but also with its ethos.
Hey Samsung, leave our Apple alone
Intel, Microsoft and Oracle come to the aid of Apple after plans to ban iPhone 4 sales following Samsung fallout.
Intel goes All Out on ultra mobile devices
New CEO Paul Krzanich claims company's new priority is to dominate the ultra-mobile market segment.
Is new-look Intel in the TV business?
Now at the helm of Intel, CEO Brian Krzanich has remained cautious on growing rumours that the company will dive head-first into the Web TV subscription industry.
Intel's inside the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Intel says the move "signals the company’s continued momentum in the tablet market segment."
"Enviable" Intel makes mobile move
New CEO Brian Krzanich vows to make the company more responsive to customers, focusing on smartphones and tablets going forward.
Struggling PC sales hit Intel takings
World's largest chip maker performs admirably during first quarter, despite a surge in tablet and smartphone interest generating PC market softness.
Unisys ‘tailoring services to NZ market’
Enterprise tech company Unisys reckons it has the means to reach smaller businesses by bringing ‘x as a service’ to market on the back of its enterprise Intel-based mainframe technology.
Intel wishes Stephen Hawking microscopic Happy Birthday
Company presents professor with a custom "Happy Birthday" 300mm silicon wafer.
Intel suffers over struggling PC sales
World's largest chipmaker reports a 27% fall in net come, as PC sales weaken across the globe.
Intel and Facebook unite over data centre rack technologies
Companies collaborate to define the next generation of rack technologies used to power the world's largest data centres.
Intel in trouble?
Following growing PC weakness, Wall Street cuts sales estimates for the semiconductor chip maker.
IBM earnings miss Wall Street forecast
Multinational corporation's revenue dropped below estimates with earnings flat.
Weak economy impacts Intel's revenue
Challenging economy blamed for struggling sales as the corporation publishes their third-quarter results.
Synnex draws winners for Intel SuperCar promo
Finally those channel partners with a desire for speed have had the prize draw winners announced
People Moves June 2012
New appointments and Promotions during June in the ICT industry.
Dual promotions at Intel
New ANZ general manager reshapes local team.
Intel ANZ channel, marketing manager takes top role
Kate Burleigh to replace Philip Cronin as general manager, ANZ.
Can New Zealand become the world multicore capital?
10 international experts to gather in Wellington next month to say 'yes' - and explain how.
Intel’s earnings surprise
Chip maker struggling with supply shortages still manages tidy profit.
Hard drive shortage strikes Intel
Processor purchases down as PC makers struggle to source hard disk drives to match.
Welcome to the multi-core world
Kiwi expert says future of computing will belong to developers writing software for parallel processors.