Posts Tagged ‘dell’

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Schmidt departure from Apple… more of Google into mainstream

August 4, 2009

Few days ago, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) started an investigation on why a Google application was blocked from working on Apple’s iPhone.  Few months ago the US FTC started an investigation into directorships, including the Board of Apple.

Yesterday, Schmidt, CEO of Google leaves Apple’s Board.

This is another confirmation that Google is coming onto the main street of Sw/Hw PC industry. The announcement of Android and then of Chrome OS operating system is placing Google in direct competition with not only Microsoft, but Apple and a number of other relevant players.

This is a challenge that could mean the beginning of a major dominance or the beginning of becoming a mature player not longer that aggressively innovator

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“Cisco’s Big Push into New Markets”

May 17, 2009

Is Cisco risking too much? Well…we all know you don’t really win if you don’t risk.

“CEO John Chambers is using the giant’s cash hoard to expand beyond networking gear. But he risks alienating key partners HP, Dell, and IBM.”

“In recent weeks, Cisco has cut deals with customers looking to use its technology in more expansive ways than ever before—Major League Baseball teams that want fully wired stadiums, the city of Miami as it develops a smart power grid. “It’s been like that for the last 120 days,” Chambers says. “We’re in the right place at the right time.” ” You can read more at Business Week‘s article by Peter Burrows.