Loaded misc. news (04.29) - Part two

By on April 29, 2007, 7:04 PM
Acer passes Lenovo in Q1, next up: Dell - Acer Inc. achieved its top goal for 2007 early in the year, passing Lenovo Group Ltd. as the world's third largest PC vendor in the first quarter. Washington Post.

Meet Google's culture czar: Google was ranked by Fortune magazine as the best place in the U.S. to work, and it has reached another zenith by becoming the most popular Web site. It's even become a verb in the dictionary. And it may even have started a new trend by creating a job that carries the title "chief culture officer." News.com.

Blizzard prepping 'next-gen MMO,' Starcraft 2? Barely a month goes by without some sort of speculation--and the occasional prank--raising the prospect of Blizzard Entertainment's next project. Gamespot.

IBM adds Cell chips to mainframe: IBM is targeting the operators of virtual worlds - typified by Second Life - with the development of a hybrid system combining mainframe technology with the Cell Broadband Engine as used in the Sony PlayStation 3. Itwire.

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