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Intel Snubs Microsoft, Won't Adopt Vista in Offices

The thirty pieces of silver are on their way

(Newser) - Intel has decided not to upgrade the 80,000 or so computers its employees use to Windows Vista, seemingly betraying its longtime bosom buddy Microsoft, the New York Times reports. The latest Windows iteration has drawn jeers for being bloated and buggy. “This isn’t a matter of dissing... More »

Motorola Left Holding Troubled Handset Unit

With no buyer in sight for wireless equipment division, company may look to self-reform

(Newser) - It’s looking increasingly important for Motorola to shore up its troubled handset unit itself, as no buyers have materialized in the near-month since the company said it was exploring options for the business, reports BusinessWeek. Fixing the problematic division would make it easier to attract a higher sale price,... More »

iPhone Gains Ground as Business Tool

Could challenge the ubiquitous Blackberry with on-the-move execs

(Newser) - Apple's iPhone is rapidly become the new weapon of choice of the corporate road warrior. Reuters reports that the iPhone, already popular  for  personal communications and entertainment,  is gaining ground as a business tool. Analysts say if its e-mail capabilities are upgraded,  the iPhone could even challenge the... More »

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