This morning I questioned whether HP CEO Mark Hurd would escape from HPGate unscathed. Apparently not.
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At the AMD Global Vision Conference today, Marty Seyer, senior vice president of the commercial business unit, touted the Torrenza Initiative, which he said would enable the development and deployment of application-specific co-processors and other chips that work alongside AMD64 processors in multi-socket systems.
Film director Robert Rodriguez is living proof of how technology is reshuffling the Hollywood deck. At AMD’s Global Vision Conference, the Austin-based filmmaker discussed his anti-Hollywood digital film making credo and technology focus and previewed a clip of his new movie, "Planet Terror," which is due in theaters on April 6, 2007.
Quote of the day: Speaking at AMD's Global Vision Conference, V.S.
Yesterday was EMC day for me. I spent a pretty good chunk of the day in Bedford, MA at RSA Security (recently acquired by EMC) and then, by pure coincidence, last night, I attended an EMC-hosted dinner at Sauciety: a restaurant in the lobby of Boston's Waterfront Westin Hotel.
Earlier this week, amidst no fanfare, storage giant EMC entered the CxO blogosphere with an initial entry by its senior vice president and chief development officer (CDO?) Mark Lewis.
David has been keeping up with PatriciaGate, which is really more than pointing the finger at outgoing HP board chairwoman Patrica Dunn. It's a full-fledged HPGate.
John Fleming spent five years running Walmart.com before taking on the job as chief marketing officer for all of Wal-Mart, which has 6,500 stores, more than 60,000 U.
News.com's Ina Fried and Jim Kerstetter have posted a nearly unbelievable account of the witchhunt involving reporters, HP directors, and HP employees that was ordered by HP chairwoman Patricia Dunn.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, laid out the issues facing the movie business during a panel at AMD's Global Vision Conference. "The rate of change in the industry is unprecedented, and with it comes enormous opportunities," Katzenberg said.