In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, the Google Chairman said he'd do just about anything to avoid investigations, even change its search algorithms.
Google's (GOOG) outgoing CEO was candid on the company's trouble with EU investigators, which seem to be sniffing around just about every business the search and services goliath gets into these days. From the relatively benign car data gathering, to its possible abuse of power in search MORESeth Weintraub - Feb 7, 2011 5:49 PM ET
Intel agrees to a huge licensing deal that pays graphics powerhouse Nvidia handsomely. But, it's not exactly a thaw in their cold war.
After canceling a Dec. 6 trial date to hash out lawsuits they had pending against each other, chipmakers Intel (INTC) and Nvidia (NVDA) announced a new six-year agreement Monday. The agreement gives Intel access to the full-range of Nvidia's patents for graphics chips, which it needs to deploy MOREMichael V. Copeland, Senior Writer - Jan 10, 2011 6:08 PM ET
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Motorola's long-awaited split becomes effective today. Instead of the age-old Motorola stock ticker (MOT), eagle-eyed readers will notice two different tickers for the newly-separated entities: Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (MMI), which will handle all mobile devices and set-top boxes, and Motorola Solutions Inc. (MSI) for equipment like public-safety radios and handheld scanners. (Engadget)
Intel took the lid off its MORE
Initial thoughts after the first few hours with Google's ChromeOS reference design laptop.
FedEx dropped off my Google (GOOG) ChromeOS laptop demo unit this morning. The box has the now famous exploded hamster jet cover art and very few parts inside. I also ironically got a Steve Jobs figurine in the mail today too. They didn't seem too happy to be in each other's company:
Read on to see the CR-48 in action..Seth Weintraub - Dec 9, 2010 4:36 PM ET
Apple (AAPL) set a new all-time intraday high Thursday, hitting $320.18 shortly after 11:00 a.m. EDT, up $7.38 (2.4%) from Wednesday's close.
Apple closed at $318.27, up $5.47 for the day.
The stock's latest run-up seems driven more by the broader market than by any news out of the company -- although a rising tide tends to lift Apple's stock more than most these days. After a string of record-breaking quarters, Apple MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 4, 2010 12:22 PM ET
The chip maker was gung-ho when the market looked small and the iPad was predicted to sell just OK. Now that it's booming, Intel says tablets are important, but not that important yet.
One thing about Intel's strategy when it comes to tablets and its Atom family of mobile processors: it ain't what it used to be.
Even though Intel (INTC) reported strong third quarter results, analysts have speculated the strength of MOREShelley DuBois, writer-reporter - Oct 22, 2010 2:13 PM ET
The company missed the iPad revolution but says it's not worried. Should it be?
Apple watchers all figured the iPad would do well, but even they were astonished when the company sold 2 million iPads in less than one full month after its release. And that rate will probably only grow: Analyst Maynard Um with UBS estimated that Apple (AAPL) would sell at least 28 million iPads in 2010, according to MOREShelley DuBois, writer-reporter - Oct 19, 2010 2:59 PM ET
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