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Chet Dembeck
Intel Comes Back Swinging
07/20/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 362 Words

... Intel's disappointing second-quarter earnings, the world's No. 1 chipmaker has come back swinging -- still aggressively pursuing its e-commerce quest. Last week, the Santa Clara, California company once again displayed the stubborn resilience of a champion prizefighter by shaking off what...

Chet Dembeck
Intel in $100M Hardware Push
06/28/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 382 Words

... an effort to boost demand for its microprocessors, motherboards and networking products beyond the PC market, Intel announced Tuesday that it plans to spend $100 million (US$) over the next year to open 15 e-business centers throughout the world. The new "Intel...

Chet Dembeck
E-Commerce Armageddon: Intel Gets Ready for Battle
04/27/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 342 Words

... what Intel top dogs have been telling any analyst willing to listen, should send a shiver up the T-1 line of any e-commerce startup carving out a niche. Intel, the microprocessor maker that corners about 85 percent of its market, is saying...

Paul Hartsock
Intel Escapes Its Legal Morass, One Settlement at a Time
11/13/09 9:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2789 Words

... Intel and AMD have finally put a long and bitter disagreement to bed, and in the end, all it took was a little open communication and understanding, along with one and a quarter billion dollars. The two have been at it for...

Chet Dembeck
Intel Walks Tightrope Between Microsoft and Linux
07/02/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 402 Words

... a move that surely gained favor with Microsoft and drew disdain from Linux lovers, Intel Chief Executive Crag Barrett made a joint speech with Bill Gates at a Burlington, California meeting this week -- showcasing companies that are switching from Unix systems...

Nora Macaluso
Midday Report: Nasdaq, Tech Stocks Steady After Rate Cut
02/01/01 11:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 438 Words

Telecom equipment companies like ADCT and Openwave (Nasdaq: OPWV), as well as some hardware makers like Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC), Compaq Computer Corp. (Nasdaq: CPQ) and Dell Computer Corp. (Nasdaq: DELL) are among those poised for rebounds, Belski said.

New...

Tim McDonald
Apple Sinks After Dire Earnings Warning
09/29/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 564 Words

... one week after global computer chip-maker Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) startled the high-tech world with a dire earnings warning, Apple Computer , Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) announced that earnings for its fiscal quarter ending September 30th will be "substantially below expectations," causing shares...

Keith Regan
Sun Adds New Chips to Crowded Market
09/27/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 448 Words

On Tuesday, Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) unveiled a chip designed for servers that deliver Web pages with voice interaction. Intel's chips are part of a platform of hardware and software targeted toward the nascent voice-activated Web market.

Intel, which rattled Wall Street...

Mary Hillebrand
Internet Heavyweights Form E-Commerce Council
09/02/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 402 Words

IBM , Intel Corp. , Oracle Corp. , Netcentives and Net Perceptions agreed to join the newly-formed Internet Commerce Council. The group is headed by eGain Communications and BeFree Inc. The ICC, which is open to NRF associate members who develop tools that...

Jennifer LeClaire
Report: Intel Planning Low-End Motherboards
08/10/05 1:42 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 471 Words

... Intel is in talks with Silicon Integrated Systems (SIS) to use its chipsets for entry-level motherboards, according to a report circulating on Chinese news wires this morning. The Chinese publication Commercial Times is reporting that the unit of United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC)...

Stephanie Losi
Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for September 11, 2002
09/11/02 12:22 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 390 Words

"Antivirus firm F-secure Corp. rates the worm -- called 'Chet' -- a low risk because it is hampered by programming bugs and doesn't work as its author intended..."

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Keith Regan
NBC, News Corp. to Start Their Own New Tube
03/22/07 2:32 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 638 Words

NBC and News Corp. -- which owns Fox -- plan to take on Google's YouTube by forming their own Web-based video outlet to gain exposure for their deep wells of content and partnering with a host of Google competitors to make it happen.

Keith Regan
News Corp. Planning High-Speed Wireless Internet Play
01/10/06 9:32 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 762 Words

... mogul Rupert Murdoch, who spent much of 2005 buying up Internet properties, may be poised to invest as much as US$1 billion into developing high-speed wireless Internet connectivity through the DirecTV division of News Corp. The DirecTV effort, which Murdoch said it...

Matthew Beale
Red Hat Joins Intel ISP Program
10/27/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 546 Words

... software solutions developer Red Hat , Inc. (Nasdaq: RHAT) announced yesterday that it will work with Intel's recently-established Internet Service Provider (ISP) Program to foster development through product, service and support offerings. Under the terms of the agreement, Intel will include...

Keith Regan
EU Gives NBC, News Corp. OK to Tackle YouTube
06/21/07 1:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 834 Words

... in Europe have given the green light to a planned Internet joint venture between NBC Universal and News Corp. : a Web video repository seen as a competitor to Google's YouTube . The yet-to-be-named venture -- first announced in March following weeks...

Tim McDonald
AMD Unveils Chip for Low-Cost PCs
09/05/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 507 Words

... direct aim at chief rival Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC), Advanced Micro Devices , Inc. (NYSE: AMD) on Tuesday rolled out its newest computer chip aimed at lower-cost computer systems, the Duron 750 megahertz processor . The Duron competes with Intel's Celeron chip...

Paul A. Greenberg
HP, Compaq, Gateway Form E-Commerce Exchange
05/02/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 443 Words

... Computer Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co. and Gateway, Inc. announced plans Monday to form an alliance with nine computer parts suppliers to create an online marketplace that could cut their annual supply costs by five to seven percent. Due to increasing consumer demand,...

Chet Dembeck
Linux Continues to Spar with Microsoft
05/07/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 449 Words

... Microsoft Corp. continues to be preoccupied with its government antitrust battle, some say the Linux operating system is gaining the same momentum against the software titan that fictitious Rocky Balboa gained in his heavy weight bout against Apollo Creed. Dell Computer Corp.

Tim McDonald
Gateway Internet Products Bypass Intel, Windows
05/30/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 528 Words

... what some observers see as another step into the much-predicted "post-PC world," Gateway (NYSE: GTW) and America Online (NYSE: AOL) announced plans Tuesday for a new "Internet appliance" that uses neither an Intel microprocessor nor Microsoft software . The new device bypasses...

Laura DiDio
2011: The Year to Date, Part 2
05/03/11 11:23 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1169 Words

The challenge for any AMD chief executive is to jump-start momentum and somehow find a way to gain ground not only on perennial logic chip front-runner Intel , but also Nvidia , which dominates the mobile (Tegra 2) and graphics chip market.

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If the FAA approved the use of autonomous drones as passenger "air taxis" for short commutes, how interested would you be in riding in them?
Very -- too much of my life is wasted in clogged traffic.
Not interested -- even if they were safe, they would be ridiculously expensive.
I'm looking forward to them -- smart machines will save human lives.
I'm skeptical -- but if they proved reasonably safe, I'd get on board.
I'd use them -- human pilots could take over remotely if necessary.
No way -- I would want a human on board to take over in an emergency.