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Dell: You're not going to listen to that Bozzo, are you?

Dell's first-quarter earnings will be below analyst expectations, and it's all Hewlett-Packard's fault. At least according to Alberto Bozzo, vice president of HP's personal systems group. In an interview with ZDNet UK, Bozzo said HP is luring a Read More →

Well, for one thing, the Chinese dissidents are in much larger cages

If chickens used search engines (and mark my words, someday they will), they'd be flocking to Google today after the search sovereign struck a blow for poultry rights everywhere. Google is announcing it will no longer buy eggs from Read More →


"We probably abuse the word beta."

-- Google co-founder Sergey Brin unwittingly suggests a new tagline for Google Labs at the company's annual press day.

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OK, now look at them through these "Hot Coffee" mod goggles

"Material, including live models, conduct that is sexually explicit and/or sexually provocative, including but not limited to nudity, partial nudity and bathing suit bottoms, are prohibited on the Show floor, all common areas, and at any access points to Read More →

New from Google: Google Too Much Crap To Reasonably Keep Track Of

As search becomes a narrower and more personal proposition, Google's desktop footprint is becoming less exploratory encampment, more strip mall. At a press event yesterday, the company uncrated a raft of new products, all of them designed Read More →


"I may be the first CEO in history to celebrate receiving an SEC subpoena."

-- Michael Dell could really learn a thing or two about spinning bad news from Overstock CEO  Patrick Byrne, couldn't he?

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ICANN tires of HOT.XXX ACTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, has finally choked the .xxx chicken. On Wednesday the group voted 9-5 to reject the controversial proposal to create a domain name for the adult entertainment Read More →

Schmidt life-expectancy results show Google Health still needs fine-tuning

"How long will I live?" That was the question Google CEO Eric Schmidt once posed to his search engine. "I was told, 64. I found another answer, 82; I liked that more," he recalled during the company's annual press Read More →