“'The feeling inside Microsoft on main campus is a bit shell-shocked at the size of the planned cuts,' this person, a longtime Microsoft employee who was not let go today, told us.” “The company plans to cut 18,000 … Categories: News. Tags: Apple roadkill, beleaguered Microsoft , failure, job cuts, microsoft , nokia, Satya Nadella, Steve Ballmer, Steve Elop, unemployment, windows phone …
Meanwhile, NetworkWorld reports: 'IBM will pour US$3 billion into computing and chip materials research over the next five years, as it rethinks computer design and looks to a future that may not involve silicon chips.'” “Part of that research is to reach the 7 nm process level, and beyond,” Manness … Tim Bajarin: Apple -IBM deal is bad news for Google and Microsoft – July 16, 2014. Jim Cramer: Apple wins again – July 16, 2014.
Managing its data center resources already costs Cloudera millions of dollars per year, and every new partnership (like those with VMware, EMC and Dell , for example) or big customer means more configurations it has to support and more gear it has to buy. … Cloudera's competitors, including Hortonworks and MapR, already have strong cloud partnerships in place – Hortonworks with Microsoft and Rackspace, and MapR with AWS and Google
If for some reason, we make some giant mistakes and IBM wins, my personal feeling is that we are going to enter a computer Dark Ages for about twenty years. – Steve Jobs, February 1985
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Wilson's answer decidedly forecasts both Microsoft and Apple as falling behind the ranks of Google, Facebook, and some currently unknown company.
Microsoft and Dell have entered into a patent licensing agreement that will have Dell paying royalties to Microsoft for its sale of devices running Android and Chrome OS. Dell will also be..
Former Apple marketing exec talks Steve Jobs, Apple as product 'launch machine'
I knew I needed to give Nokia Windows Phone a chance since I started working at Microsoft as a contractor, and I must confess, I put it off. Google held me captive, … I'm not saying this was Gmail's fault , it really wasn't, but it was enough to make me realize how controlling and one-sided my relationship had become.
This isn't the Apple TV that Steve Jobs 'finally cracked' – or is it?