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Tapping into Pandora's music genome

Tapping into Pandora's music genome

Over the weekend, I've been trying out a new music service that applies a double helical twist to Internet radio. Pandora, which goes live on Monday, lets you create radio stations, tuned to your musical tastes.

August 26, 2005 by in Legal

More on Google's master plan

More on Google's master plan

Om Malik has a guest post by Robert Young, who really nails how Google could replace Windows as the dominant computing environment. Google will make Microsoft’s entire strategic plan and mission, which revolves around the continued proliferation and dominance of the desktop PC operating system, obsolete by making Google itself the operating system.

August 26, 2005 by in Google

IBM king of server revenue

IBM king of server revenue

For those of you who follow the numbers, IDC and Gartner crowned IBM the server market leader, and quantified how Linux and Windows servers are on the rise and and low-end Unix systems are on a downward slope. No big surprises.

August 26, 2005 by in Servers

Will Intel crush AMD next year?

Will Intel crush AMD next year?

Intel honcho and head of the Digital Enterprise Group Pat Gelsinger made some promises or at least bold statements (with mentioning rival AMD by name) at IDF this week. He said that Intel would "unquestionably be the performance per watt leader in 2006." He also said, "We [Intel] will have absolute leadership in the market next year." It will take more than words for Intel to slow down AMD...

August 25, 2005 by in Intel

China-based systems caught probing US defense networks

China-based systems caught probing US defense networks

While the US focuses its defenses on Iraq, Iran, and North Korea, someone or some organization with access to systems in China is focusing on the US defenses. More specifically, networks belonging to various US defense agencies and contractors have come under attack from systems that are physically located in China.

August 25, 2005 by in China

NYT: 'Relax, Bill Gates; It's Google's Turn as the Villain'

NYT: 'Relax, Bill Gates; It's Google's Turn as the Villain'

That's the headline in a New York Times article (requires free registration) by Gary Rivlin.  The story talks about how the Google honeymoon is over and now, because of the way it's becoming just as corporate as any other big tech titan, it is now the first company to come along in a long time that stands any kind of a chance at challenging Microsoft's dominance.

August 23, 2005 by in Google

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