Craig Barrett may have ridden off into the sunset (or, more accurately, ridden east to Phoenix) after retiring as Intel chairman in 2009, but he still keeps an eye on things out here. On Thursday, he'll Read More →
It's a weekend for hacks. The National Day of Civic Hacking means there could be a whole lot of coding going on around the country in an effort to solve local, state and national problems — thanks in part Read More →
"The lesson I took away from that was, while we like to speak with data around here, so many times in my career I've ended up making decisions with my gut, and I should have followed my gut. My gut Read More →
As Intel prepares for a passing of the torch in a couple of weeks — it announced today that COO Brian Krzanich will take over for Paul Otellini on May 16 — there is plenty of speculation about what the Read More →
"I think what we did was we created an open standard that everybody can benefit. What I am happy to see is that everybody participates in this ecosystem and they are all making money."
— Ajay Bhatt, co-inventor of Read More →
Microsoft is again in trouble for failing to give consumers a choice in Web browsers, with the European Union fining the company 561 million euros, or $733 million, for non-compliance with a 2009 settlement. It is the first fine imposed Read More →