Profile of W. David Gardner
News & Commentary Posts: 2777
Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in December 2004
A Securities and Exchange Commission regulatory filing by IBM revealed that the firm continued to lose money in its PC operation in the past three years.
The missing piece in the bundles that telecommunications companies offer consumers is typically cell phone service, which may explain why Sprint Corp. is becoming popular as a reseller of its cell phone service.
That communist China's Lenovo Group is moving its headquarters to Armonk, where it will be run by a longtime IBM executive, demonstrates just how much the world has changed.
Hewlett-Packard is easing out of its partnership with Intel in the design of the Itanium processor. Details of the breakup are scheduled to be spelled out soon.
California companies and consumers who purchased Microsoft's PC software may be leaving more than $1 billion on the table
The proposed passage of federal legislation to enforce the collection of sales taxes on Internet sales is gaining momentum and is likely to become a major effort before Congress in 2005.
Younger people are more likely than adults to believe that technology will be vital to their future, but they are less likely to support the protection of intellectual property.
Wal-Mart's attempt to force its suppliers to comply with its RFID program is running into stiff resistance from its top suppliers, a researcher says.
The Linux and open source software movement has an ambitious retail store, and it is offering a low-cost, lightweight laptop that is devoid of Microsoft software.
The two firms reportedly attempt to sort out the challenges of merging infrastructure and spectrum allocations.
T-Mobile USA doesn't plan to offer 3G UMTS data services for two years.
A privately circulating commentary by the Gartner Group predicting IT cost reductions through automation and job cuts is cheering offshore-outsourcing companies.