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Former IBM CEO Explains Strategy For Company’s Success

Former IBM CEO Explains Strategy For Company's Success

The New York Times recently did a profile piece on the former CEO of  Armonk- based IBM, Samuel Palmisano, who stepped down from his position recently. Palmisano explained that IBM has been able to achieve consistent success by “going to a space where you’re uniquely positioned and use the value of [Full Story…]

HP Leases Space in Chelsea

HP Leases Space in Chelsea

Taking a 10 year lease, tech giant Hewlett Packard will be setting up shop at the former Chelsea Art Museum at 556 West 22nd Street at the beginning of 2012. The three story loft comes equipped with high-ceilings, skylights, a stairwell and a roof deck overlooking the Hudson. According to the New [Full Story…]

Stanford University Seeks to Open New York Campus

Stanford University Seeks to Open New York Campus

The New York Daily News reports that Stanford University is a leading contender in the search for a university to create a NY campus for applied sciences.  It’s promising to spend $1 billion and begin classes within the next three years. The university has a long track record of faculty and student [Full Story…]

HP Agrees on Tablet Magazine Subscriptions for Time Inc.

HP Agrees on Tablet Magazine Subscriptions for Time Inc.

Hewlett-Packard is the only tablet maker to give a big publisher the subscription terms it want. HP has agreed to let Time Warner's publishing unit provide subscriptions for Sport Illustrated, Time, Fortune and People on their new tablet, due this summer. Though Time Inc. had planned to work with [Full Story…]

Confab in NYC Brings 3D Movie Industry Together

Confab in NYC Brings 3D Movie Industry Together

The 3D Experience, a three day event featuring discussions, executive presentations, and 3D movie screenings, took place last weekend at AMC Theaters Empire 25 on Times Square. While execs primarily acted as cheerleaders for the new technology, Imax's Richard Gelfond, urged industry restraint, [Full Story…]

Dionne Warwick East Orange School Gets HP Computers

Dionne Warwick East Orange School Gets HP Computers

The Grammy award winning singer Dionne Warwick arranged for Hewlett Packard to donate $30,000 worth of computer equipment to a public school in East Orange, NJ she attended in the late 1940s. The school,  now called the Dionne Warwick Institute of Economics and Entrepreneurship, is one of the [Full Story…]

Hackensack Startup Upending Video Conferencing

Hackensack Startup Upending Video Conferencing

Tech industry veterans are keeping a close eye on Vidyo, a 120 person start-up based in Hackensack, NJ that makes video conferencing software that it says can run on almost any device that connects to the Web. The software adjusts anywhere from a high speed link in the boardroom to a cell [Full Story…]

Gonzalez: Conflicts of Interest Plague NYC 911 Upgrade

Gonzalez: Conflicts of Interest Plague NYC 911 Upgrade

The New York Daily News is reporting that two commissioners at New York City's technology department who supervised the awarding of a $380 million contract to modernize the city's 911 system who left the project were later hired by the company which is handling the [Full Story…]

Pingg Offers Users Customizable E-vites

Pingg Offers Users Customizable E-vites

Launched in March 2008, pingg's founders set out to change the electronic invitation business, offering users the ability to customize theirs with original artwork, deliver them using text messages, and for an additional fee of $1.50 send them via regular mail.Not long after, Martha Stewart [Full Story…]

MTV’s “Engine Room” in Brooklyn

MTV's "Engine Room" in Brooklyn

Hewlett-Packard (HP) sponsored MTV Internet and TV show "Engine Room" is being filmed in Brooklyn. Cameras follow 16 contestants as they create various artistic works using HP products.  HP is finding that promoting this way has a better impact on audiences than traditional [Full Story…]