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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, November 25, 2012


Computer Industry
  • "Rage of the Titans: Whitman vs Lynch/Hewlett-Packard rocked investors when it claimed UK firm Autonomy had sold it a pup. Katherine Rushton reports on a transatlantic technology battle." Telegraph 8:07 AM
  • "Hewlett-Packard and Autonomy Dig in For a Long War" The Guardian 8:52 AM
  • "Autonomy's Lynch claims infighting is wrecking HP" Telegraph 8:52 AM
  • "Mike Lynch, Autonomy's Founder, Says He's Baffled by H.P.'s Claims" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:26 PM
  • "HP allegations don't add up - Autonomy founder" Reuters 6:18 PM
  • "Why European startups should be furious about Autonomy" GigaOM 8:09 AM
  • "Autonomy must stand up and be recounted over growth rates" Telegraph 8:52 AM
  • "Hewlett Packard denies selling products to Syria" Reuters 8:52 AM
  • "HP upbeat on new printing products" BusinessDay 8:52 AM
  • "This Chart Is Why A Lot Of People Think HP Is Totally Screwed" Business Insider 8:51 AM
  • "Sinofsky may have led at Microsoft, but that doesn't make him a leader" BusinessMirror 8:48 AM
  • "Windows 8 apps passes 20,000 mark, or does it?" iTWire 8:47 AM
  • "Survey: Just 40% of PC users plan to upgrade to Windows 8" Crave @ CNET 8:21 AM
  • "Microsoft promises to support Surface RT for 4+ years" Computerworld 12:04 PM
  • "Microsoft reveals Windows 8 Product Lifecycle" Ghacks 8:47 AM
  • "Is Microsoft Developing Two Different Versions of Xbox 720?" Game Rant 8:47 AM
  • "Google shuts down dedicated Motorola Mobility sites for Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Africa" The Next Web 2:48 PM
  • "With new direction, AMD has 'fighting chance,' analysts say" Austin American-Statesman [Free Registration Required] 11/24
  • "Microsoft's Long And Winding Road To Becoming Kind Of Cool" TechCrunch 11/24
  • "Windows 8 Is Too Much, Too Soon for Many Users: As advanced as this OS is, I predict sales will be soft, at least for a while, like sales of Windows smartphones. Early adopters will love it, but this is too much of a change for the average user to deal with quickly. I think Microsoft worries more about investors than customers, and this is finally coming around and biting the company in the rear end." E-Commerce Times 11/24
  • "Microsoft's big Windows 8 secret? It's actually about advertising." The Next Web 11/24
  • "Microsoft commits to Surface with Windows RT for at least four years" ZDNet 11/24
  • "Top 10 feature demands for 2013 Windows 8.1 update" iTWire 11/24
  • "As Microsoft sits mum on the 7.8 update to Windows Phone, its community itches for fresh information" The Next Web 11/24
  • "Windows Phone 7.8 shown off in unofficial video clip showcasing the Nokia Lumia 510" The Next Web 11/24
  • "Microsoft is developing its own augmented reality headset" AFP 11/24
  • "HP's Autonomy Hassles: Tech Weekly Recap" TheStreet 11/24
  • "Intel: Building on Otellini's Legacy" Barron's [Subscription Required for Full Article] 11/24
  • "Why It's Bad News That Otellini is Retiring From Intel" Forbes 11/24
  • "Intel's Two-Pronged Evolution: Intel's new Itanium 9500 and Xeon Phi coprocessors are impressive, evolutionary steps for the company and myriad current customers. However, the new processors also cast considerable light on how Intel will succeed in developing and delivering innovative solutions for core existing and emerging new markets." TechNewsWorld 11/24
  • "The new business model: Competing with partners! Suddenly, the only way to succeed in the mobile space is to violate the old code of the ecosystem" Computerworld 11/24