Profile of Michael Singer
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Articles by Michael Singer
posted in February 2007
Intel has finally gotten rid of an eyesore that has been a major blight on its operation since 2001, and, no, it's not Itanium.
Some say that revenge is best when it is served cold, but for former Apple Inc. call center employee Erik Ott, revenge may be best served about a million times a day on YouTube.
When one vein starts to whither, you gotta tap around for a healthier one. Intel's latest initiative aims to bring its PC expertise into the hospital, with lots of friends in tow.
While the next-generation DRAM will boost gaming and embedded systems, don't expect Big Blue to burst market leader Intel's sales bubble anytime soon.
Which of these Internet luminaries has the best golf handicap: Chief Yahoo Jerry Yang, Sun Microsystems Chairman Scott McNealy, or software entrepreneur Tom Siebel?
Bill Gates touts collaboration with an open source identity framework to augment Microsoft's Windows CardSpace initiative and Web security standards.
Add the Mini Cooper automobile to the list of Ministries governed by George Orwell's Big Brother. In the classic dystopia 1984, the nation of Oceania had four main divisions: Minipax, Miniplenty, Minitrue, Miniluv -- short for the Ministries of Peace, Plenty, Truth, and Love, respectively. Let's consider the Mini Cooper as Ministry No. 5.