All CRN Blogs

  • On A Clear Day
    Only in Ireland is it considered a compliment to call someone both brilliant and mad. And nobody in the IT industry personifies those traits better than Annrai O'Toole, the Irish-born CEO of Cape Clear, a provider of tools for building Web services applications that has its U.S. headquarters in Waltham, Mass.
  • Dell's Stock Rises But Prices May Fall
    Dell didn't exactly have a blowout third quarter but its executives were bullish enough in talking about those results to inject some steam into the stock market.
  • Will Sun Come Out Tomorrow or Today?
    Sun Microsystems president and COO Jonathan Schwartz went into detail about what he sees as a fundamental shift in the ecosystem of the computing industry. Like most discussions, it was long on vision and short on specifics that will turn that vision into a reality, but an overview of some of Schwartz's views is well worth considering.
  • Natural Evolution?
    IBM took its On Demand case to small and midsize businesses Tuesday at the Museum of Natural History in New York City.
  • Intel Pulls The Plug On TV Plans
    Intel retrenches and ditches its plans for attacking the TV market. But a major Wall Street firm says retrenchment is a good thing.
  • Woz's World
    Wanted to direct you to two sites to read up about the awe-inspiring Steve Wozniak, since he's keynoting our Industry Hall of Fame event in barely four weeks.
  • What A Relief!
    Those of you who have been reading CRN for any length of time know your normal contacts here on the editorial side get pretty edgy in late October.
  • Taking Stock Of Vendor Inventory
    Intel isn't the only company dealing with an inventory glut this quarter. Analysts at Merrill Lynch have dropped their rating on printer vendor Lexmark " which reported its quarterly earnings Monday - from "buy" to "neutral," in large part because the company had too much inventory on the books.
  • It's Finally Here!
    Being the gadget-phile that I am, was thrilled to see this early review on a teeny tiny computer from OQO.