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Microsoft made waves when it announced it was offering $44.6 billion for Yahoo. A tempting offer if ever there was one, especially since it is much higher than Yahoo is valued at. But there are also some very good reasons why Yahoo should just say no. By eWEEK Staff
Among Microsoft's 70,000-plus employees, there are many influential people. Twenty-five is too small a number to capture the best of the best among a large group of creative people. But Microsoft corporate culture also is very staid and insular, with a top-heavy power structure. Therefore,...
10 Techies in the Shadows SLIDESHOW
Some of the people on this list are little-known co-founders playing second banana to more famous names. Others have broken new ground or developed much-heralded technologies without winning much fame for themselves. You should know them, and, more importantly, you should know what they do. By...
10 Technologies that Stood Out at Demo SLIDESHOW
Social search. Unified Communications. Collaboration. Social networking. Demo 2008 is a hotbed for many new technologies. With 77 presenters in two days, the companies and their products can blur together. Here are 10 products that stood out-
Cisco 6500 Goes Virtual SLIDESHOW
eWEEK Labs visited Cisco's engineering labs in January for a first-hand look at the step-by-step process of converting two Catalyst 6500 switch chassis into one virtual chassis using the latest Virtual Switching Supervisor blade and Virtual Switching System 1440 software.
DCX provides high-speed, high-density server and storage networking. By Cameron Sturdevant