Tech news tagged ‘Microsoft’

G-Men For Dublin

Edward Snowden remains America’s most influential man. For the country whose business is business, Snowden has raised a thorny dilemma…

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Bonkers

Has the world gone crazy? Microsoft is giving MacBook Air owners $650 to buy a Surface 3 which sells for $800…

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Poor Old Blackberry

Android will take over 80% market share in mobile OSes this year, says IDC, with iOS on 14.8% share.

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Office for iPad

An announcement that Office will be available for iPads should come out on March 27th.

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King Canute Of Microsoft

These top chaps seem to live in a world of their own  while thinking they dictate how the world behaves…

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Imagination Targetting Servers

Imagination Intends to bring out a CPU for servers next year. The chip will be based on the MIPS architecture and will be aimed at low power hyperscale servers which are increasingly being required by big server farm operators like Google, Facebook and Microsoft…

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Poor Old PC Industry

For the poor old PC industry, it just gets worse and worse. IDC cut its 2013 market shipments figure to minus 9.7…

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Fab Utilisation Surge For TSMC’s Q4

A note from Barcap says TSMC may see an unseasonal rise in capacity utilisation in Q4 as Sony and Microsoft launch new games machines and Apple launches new iPhones…

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The Spartacus Business

Spartacus would have understood the mobile industry. The brutal phone market is exemplified by Blackberry’s decision today to set up a committee to investigate options for the company including  sale of strategic assets, joint venture or sale…

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Flexible Server Chips

The changing world of server manufacturing has got Altera and AppliedMicro together to jointly develop server chips…

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Rum Deal

Rum old deal this Dell thing.

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Intel Diversifies – Again.

Intel is reported to be developing its own set top box for the US market which it will use to offer a pay-IPTV service to viewers…

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