HP's big problem isn't Autonomy: It's HP

November 29, 2012
With Hewlett-Packard's cash cows drying up and its mobile strategy in ruins, CEO Meg Whitman has a huge rebuilding job on her hands
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Ballmer's folly: Businesses will love Windows 8 touchscreens

November 21, 2012
In his world, Windows 8 storms the enterprise, Windows Phone answers carriers' dreams, and Microsoft loves PC makers again
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IT employment is still soaring, and so are bonuses

November 15, 2012
With unemployment in the IT industry at historically low levels, bonuses are up as employers scramble to fill open positions
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Bungled mobile bet will be Ballmer's swan song

November 08, 2012
Windows 8 and Surface could send Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer packing by this time next year
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To survive the PC's decline, Intel just might adopt ARM

November 01, 2012
Both AMD and Intel are finally looking at alternatives to the x86 design, but it's unclear if they can adapt fast enough
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No kidding: The Sprint buyout is actually good for you

October 18, 2012
It's about time someone shook up the U.S. cellular market, and Japan's Softbank has a track record of doing so
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Save our servers: The next extinction begins

October 04, 2012
Traditional equipment makers are stuck, as tablets and smartphones kill PC sales and the cloud eats into server sales
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Developers: Up with iOS, down with HTML5

September 27, 2012
A survey of developers shows that their interest is in iOS, while Android and Windows 8 get mixed reviews
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When tech innovations bite users in the butt

September 20, 2012
Tech giants like Apple, Google, and Microsoft have an obligation to make technical changes tolerable for those who pay the bills
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Apple soars as Intel bores: The post-PC world in stark contrast

September 13, 2012
Nothing illustrates the shift in power from Intel/Microsoft to Apple like the contrast between the iPhone 5 launch and Intel's Developer Forum
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