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Michael Singer

SF Bay Area professional with seven years in software product marketing for Fortune 500 companies and 15-years of experience as a tech journalist.

China’s Lenovo Takes Over IBM PCs

The Chinese computer company now in charge of IBM's legendary PC business said it will waste no time in proving itself in the global marketplace. In a statement released Sunday,...

Lawsuit Could Cage Apple’s Tiger

Apple's launch of its new Macintosh operating system code-named Tiger could get caged if a lawsuit holds up in court. Online retailer Tiger Direct filed papers Thursday asking...

HP to Help Protect Borders

The European Commission (EC) has contracted HP to help protect the borders of 10 member countries, the company said today. The computer and printer maker is under a...

HP Ships 64-Bit Product Lines

HP introduced new computers today designed to take advantage of Microsoft's latest and future operating systems. Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP is shipping new business desktops, workstations and...

AMD Launching Dual-Core Opteron, Athlon

UPDATED: Two years after the debut of its Opteron processor, AMD is launching its first dual-core x86 64-bit chip for servers and workstations. The chipmaker also announced...

Vendors Revive ‘Autonomic’ Debate

SAN MATEO, Calif. -- Self-regulating or "autonomic" computer networks: wave of the future or hype of the past? Depends on who you are polling these days. IBM and...

Longhorn Server to Align With Itanium

UPDATED: Though it won't debut for at least two more years, Microsoft will support Intel's Itanium for Longhorn Server, the company said today. The two companies are evangelizing...

Mac OS X Tiger Poised to Strike

Apple Computer is gearing up to release its Mac OS X operating system known as Tiger later this month, the company said. Version 10.4.0 will be available...

Quiet Progress Marks Microsoft, Sun Anniversary

One year after Microsoft and Sun Microsystems buried the hatchet, the two are closer to achieving Web services and networking interoperability. On April 2, 2004, the two bitter...

Intel Drives Xeon Servers Toward Truland

SAN FRANCISCO -- Intel is rounding out its single-core 64-bit Xeon processor family as it directs future product lines toward a dual-core architecture. The chipmaker announced five new Xeon...

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