Sinofsky battled with executives, alienated workers in groups outside his Windows empire, and created a toxic environment, according to sources. His departure shouldn't surprise anyone. Read this article by Jay Greene on CNET News.
It may be hard to believe, but the giant IT companies that are behind so much of the technology we consumers get to choose from aren't always at each other's throats in format wars, anti-competition lawsuits and wrangles over licensing.
At this year's Intel Developer Forum, the company disclosed additional technical details about its forthcoming XPoint memory, which has the potential to really change PC architecture by filling the gap between traditional main memory and storage.
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