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What Makes IaaS Tick?

This week's podcast provides a case study on how new forms of cloud-based integration are helping a major high-tech company build new relationships among and between extended enterprise business processes. We'll examine how Fairchild Semiconductor has been an early adopter of integration Platform as...

Investors Punish Intel for ‘Routine’ Price Cuts

Chip giant Intel has slashed the price of some of its microprocessors in what company spokesperson George Alfs has called "a regularly scheduled price move." Among Intel's myriad chips, the Celeron 570 saw the steepest cut, going from $134 to $70, a 48 percent decrease. Other notable price cuts for ...

2009 Chip Sales Will Be Far Worse Than Expected, Says Gartner

The technology industry was rocked by more dismal news Tuesday with a Gartner report predicting sales of semiconductors will drop by 16.3 percent to $219.2 billion in 2009 due to the recession and lower consumer spending. The decline in chip sales in 2009 will mark the first time the sector has seen...

OPINION

Tech Goes Green, Women in Gaming, PlayStation 3 Amazes

As the end of the year approaches, I will begin talking more and more about the big things expected to drive the 2007 Technology Segment. One of them, particularly since the Democrats are back in power in the U.S., is a move toward Green, and HP took a huge step to get ahead of this parade last week...

FINANCIAL NEWS

Stocks Rally on Earnings, Good Economic News

A batch of positive earnings reports and good economic indicators finally had the expected result on Wall Street today as stocks turned in a strong performance. The Dow fell just shy of a triple-digit gain, climbing 92.95 points, or 0.90 percent, to 10,461.56. The Nasdaq had a more measured gain, ri...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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