Intel, the world’s biggest chipmaker, threw its weight this week behind a new version of an operating system – but it was not Windows 7.
That may come as some surprise to observers who have always put Intel in the Microsoft camp with their “Wintel” alliance. Read more
Bundling wireless data service with personal tech hardware finally seems to be catching on in the US, spurred on perhaps by slowing subscription growth as the wireless voice telephony market nears saturation.
First Amazon signed a trend-setting deal with Sprint to wireless-enable the original Kindle e-book reader – a deal which immediately set the Kindle apart from the competition including Sony’s rival e-book reader. Read more