Greenpeace wants gaming vendors to get their green on

Dec. 14, 2007
Outsourcing until there’s no way out
IT World Canada
Shane Schick writes about the disconnect often seen between IT outsourcers and businesses.

“While the goal within enterprise is to bring IT and businesses closer together, businesses may have their reasons for keeping outsourcers at a distance. Somewhere in the middle there are some processes that can certainly be improved, but outsourcers will continue pushing their limits.”

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AMD acknowledges quad-core woes; Promises rebound; Highlights roadmap
ZDNet
Larry Dignan looks to Mario Rivas, executive vice-president of computing products group at AMD, in response to the company’s less than stellar release of its quad-core Opteron chips.

“Mario Rivas, executive vice-president of AMD’s computing products group, added that quad-core execution ‘was our number one challenge. We are not happy with our performance. We let down our customers. And that must not continue. We will fix it,’ said Rivas.”

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Greenpeace slams next-gen consoles
Register Hardware
Greenpeace reacts to Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft for not turning their gaming consoles green. James Sherwood reports.

“Nintendo has thus far failed to eliminate the worst toxic chemicals commonly used in electronics from its console…Greenpeace is now urging gamers to barrage Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo with emails until they “green their game.”

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