Subject: Editorial | December 17, 2007 - 10:25 AM | Ryan Shrout
Just a heads up to everyone that our news will be done different through the rest of the holidays as Jeremy is MIA. Missing in the Arctic.
For your news coverage, I will be doing some and our new Josh promised to help out as well (and is now called out in public).
Send any news tips or coverage ideas to us here!!!
Subject: Editorial | December 11, 2007 - 10:00 PM | Josh Walrath
Mario Rivas, Executive VP of the Computing Products Group
sat down for a very enlightening interview hosted by CRN. The reporter asked tough questions, and Mario
gave some surprisingly honest and straightforward answers. As we all know, AMD has had a rough time of
it, and the editorials about the perception of their external marketing and
product placement have been rearing their heads as of late.
The Lovefest that is AMD Marketing
Curious as to how a company that merges CPU and GPU teams can cope with internal struggles and tactics for product positioning? Nah, us either, but this article is interesting none the less!
Subject: Editorial | November 22, 2007 - 01:06 PM | Ryan Shrout
I just wanted to interject here on Jeremy's news posting to wish all thaose that celebrate it a very Happy Thanksgiving holiday! To all the others that going through the normal rounds of work today, you have our sympathies. :)
Subject: Editorial | September 11, 2007 - 11:22 AM | Ryan Shrout
I know we have lots of tech news abound today, and we will still be bringing it to you throughout the day. But, I do ask that every takes a bit of time out of their busy schedule to do some reading and remembering of the events that occurred 6-years ago today. Be proud of where you live, be proud of our society even if you don't agree with it all the time.
Not going to happen
id Software and Epic Games have both declared PC gaming second rate, if not dead altogether. I happen to know why they are both dead wrong.
Subject: Editorial | August 13, 2007 - 01:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SCO's lawsuit against Novell has hit a huge speed bump. A major part of their case was based on the claim that SCO owned UNIX and UnixWare, a claim that those who have been working with UNIX since it's inception have been saying is fallacious, from the very beginning of this legal battle. The judge has agreed with them, UNIX and all associated copyrights belong to Novell. SCO nows owes quite a bit of money to Novell as a result of the ruling and will hopefully mean that SCO will shut up about Linux ...
I have the extreme pleasure in posting an interview with a member who has consistently been a bright helpful addition..undersea..or as you will come to know him, Brian. US has long been active in Chaintech and later Gigabyte where I got to know and appreciate him. I'm sure you have bumped into him elsewhere as well. Nuf ratchet jawin, here's the real deal:
Hi there. Let me take a minute to introduce myself. I'm Uncle Bob, a Mod here at PC Perspective.
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