3D, AMD, Business, Companies, CPU, Graphics, Hardware, Intel, Memory & Storage Space

ASUS kills PATA and PCI standards!

Back on the INQ, I wrote about dangers lying ahead for AGEIA, Creative Labs and Bigfoot Networks, representatives of these respected companies just told me that their business model is solid and that they are indeed, future-proof. Well, that turned out nicely – AGEIA never took off because of $250 charge for a PCI card, Creative now exists almost solely on patent charges and selling off its own property, while Bigfoot networks made the greatest network card on the planet – and failed to pack it up in an attractive and future-proof package. The reason for this rant is a story on Xfastest.com, introducing ASUS

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3D, Business

Amazon’s new interface is “the thing”

As the world is getting ready for a transition into a completely new way how we are interacting with computers, the time to adjust the services is also approaching. With all respect to on-line stores, they cannot continue to look the same in the upcoming age of touchscreens, Windows 7 UI and general acceptance of GPU computing as the engine for visual computing era. In fact, this is the best fit HP’s brand-new 22″ or the higher-end 25.5″ Touchscreen PCs needed – perfect combination, I might ad. All in all, I’ve been playing around with Amazon’s new web interface, and I have to say I

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Cloud Computing, Internet

Cloud computing firm laughs off Microsoft’s announcement of an announcement

Cloud computing firm laughs off Microsoft’s announcement of an announcement Just as news from PDC 2008 are coming in, the companies are reacting. I’ve received word from Rodrigo from Zoho, a company that deals with cloud computing productivity. In his blurb, Rodrigo welcomed “Microsoft’s announced that they will be announcing a web-based version of Office suite”. In his comments, Rodrigo welcomes Microsoft’s surrender and abandoning the FUD that the company’s reps were spreading around in regards to cloud computing and SaaS market. Head of Zoho also laughed off “the dinosauric” business model of Office, and mentioned CAL licensing in more way than one. All in

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