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Many Questions For Michael Dell on Going Private, and What's Next
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Many Questions For Michael Dell on Going Private, and What's Next

Michael Dell is feeling aggressive.

China Sees Cyberwar as Reducing U.s. Advantage in Future Conflict
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China Sees Cyberwar as Reducing U.s. Advantage in Future Conflict

It's one thing to read news concerning the latest report to Congress by the U.S. Department of Defense on China's latest military activities. But with regard to...

Seven More Questions For Sap's Co-Ceo Bill Mcdermott
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Seven More Questions For Sap's Co-Ceo Bill Mcdermott

The last time we heard from SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott, he talked a great deal about a then-upcoming product strategy called HANA. The idea was to move all of SAP's...

It's Official: The Era of the Personal Computer Is Over
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It's Official: The Era of the Personal Computer Is Over

As a signpost on the road to the so-called Post-PC Era we’ve been hearing about for so many years, this one is pretty hard to argue with: As of this year, personal...

Meet Gauss, the Latest Weapon in the Unfolding U.s.-Israeli Cyberwar
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Meet Gauss, the Latest Weapon in the Unfolding U.s.-Israeli Cyberwar

To the steadily growing list of digital weapons that appear to have been jointly created by the combined resources of the U.S. and Israel, we can now add another...

Seven Questions For IBM Fellow Bernie Meyerson
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Seven Questions For IBM Fellow Bernie Meyerson

There aren’t many technology companies around who can claim to be 100 years old. You're probably hearing that a lot as  media outlets report on the anniversary...
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