QUOTE OF THE DAY...
"I'm not a genius. I'm just a tremendous bundle of experience."
-- R. Buckminster Fuller
TODAY'S TOP STORY
CES: Intel CEO Aims Beyond The PC
In his keynote, Paul Otellini demonstrated advances in mobile device applications and 3D content and launched an app store for netbooks.
• Intel Debuts 32-NM Westmere Desktop Processors
• Intel Recap: Atom, Nehalem Were 2009 Highlights
• Top 10 Intel & AMD Stories Of 2009
Global CIO: Cloud Computing's Deadly Vulnerability
This one even trumps concerns about security, compliance, privacy, and management.
Mac OS X Vulnerability Posted
The vulnerability is a variant of an issue raised last summer.
AMD, IBM Forge Financing Deal In China
IBM and the chip maker have collaborated for years on a series of processor, server, and other partnerships.
CES: Panasonic Partners With Skype, DirecTV
Deals will bring videoconferencing and 3D TV content to Panasonic televisions.
CES 2010 Photo Gallery
Here's our visual tour of the people and gadgets on display at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
BMC To Acquire Phurnace
The startup is being picked up for its Java application management knowhow.
CES: Dell Intros Tablet PC Concept
The PC maker says it will also step into the smartphone market this year.
Tablet PCs: Learning From The Past
A look at the pen computers of the last two decades puts the current wave of slates, tablet PCs, and e-book readers into perspective.
Jobs Report: Tech Hiring Grew In December
IT sector weathered 2009 recession better than many industries, new data shows.
ANALYTIC REPORTS & WHITEPAPERS
Early Data Proves Droid Is Next Big Mobile Platform
Posted By Tom Smith
For one of the few times in memory, the industry hype - in this case, surrounding Android smartphones - appears to have been warranted. In just two months, Android has emerged as the second most popular platform used to access InformationWeek's mobile web site, pushing aside BlackBerry and taking a meaningful bite out of Apple's iPhone.
Servers 2010: Wonky Tech Trumps Hype Cycle
Posted by Alexander Wolfe
As in, we're chattering about the cloud-computing hype cycle, while they're striving to improve power-supply efficiency and build virtualization management dashboards.
Top 10 CIO Issues For 2010
Posted By Bob Evans
What's on your list of top priorities for 2010: Twitter policies? Amazon versus Azure? Vista versus Windows 7? Or how about cloud-computing strategies, attacking the 80/20 ratio, driving new revenue and customer engagements, predictive analytics, the transformation quotient, and much more? Check out our Top 10 CIO priorities list and let us know what you think.
Brooke Shields: The InformationWeek Interview
Posted By Eric Zeman
During CES, I had the opportunity to interview celebrity Brooke Shields. What was she doing at a technology trade show? Pitching LG mobile phones, natch. Here's what she had to say about AT&T, Apple, LG and Sprint.
The Best Acquisition Of The Decade
Posted By Andrew Conry-Murray
Big tech companies bought hundreds of smaller players from 2000 to 2009, but to my mind only one acquisition stands out as the smartest purchase of the aughts.
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Year In Review: InformationWeek's 2009 Cover Stories
2009 was a year of wrenching upheaval, as cloud computing, software as
a service, business intelligence, mobile computing, and other business
technology movements took center stage against the backdrop of a brutal
economy. InformationWeek's covers tracked it all. Get the full picture
here, with links to each of the InformationWeek issues.
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