The word computing is a noun. Computing means (1) the procedure of calculating; determining something by mathematical or logical methods, (2) the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word computing.
- ACM: Association for Computing Machinery
The ACM is the primary organization in the field of Computing Machinery and promotes computing
as a science and a profession. The site has a digital library with online articles from some of the journals published by ACM. There are also book lists, Special interest groups, a career service center and more.
IBM is one of the largest computing
businesses worldwide. The website describes the services and products that IBM provides, including business and IT services. Products can be ordered through the website.
Microsoft, located in Redmond, Washington, is a software computing
company founded by Bill Gates. Microsoft's best selling products are the Microsoft Windows Operating System and Microsoft Office, which facilitates online publishing. Microsoft has other products such as the XBox. The website provides news and other information about the company.
- Computer Industry Advertising
This online advertising guide for the computer industry features a discussion of the computer hardware and software market plus selected computer-related website links.
- Business Information Guide
This business guide comprises hundreds of carefully selected and categorized web pages about various business-related topics.
- AMD - Advanced Micro Devices
Founded in 1969, AMD is based in California. It designs and produces innovative microprocessor and graphics and media solutions for the computer, communications, and consumer electronics industries. The website describes its products, some of its customers, its innovations, and success stories.
- Apple - MacIntosh Products Guide
This site provides a complete guide to all of the Apple-MacIntosh products, hardware and software. The listings are by type of use so that a user does not have to know the name of a specific product when searching. Can also be searched by product name. The website also includes information about new and award-winning products..
- Sun Microsystems
Sun Microsystems was founded in 1982 and is located in Santa Clara, California. Sun sells computers, computer components, and more recently, open-source software. Sun developed the JAVA platform. The website describes Sun Microsystems products and how to order them, as well as support services.
Fujitsu is a Japanese IT vendor that sells consumer and business computing
products in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. They offer a full range of products from platforms to servers and workstations, software, training, licensing, and help upgrading products as necessary. All of the information about the company and products is on the site.
- Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Tech, located in Atlanta, was founded in 1885. In 1961, it was the first university in the Deep South to admit African-American students without a court order. Today there are more than 16,000 students enrolled in a focused, technologically-based education. The school has separate schools in Computing, Architecture, Engineering, Management, Arts & Sciences, and Science.
- Bren School of Information and Computer Science
The Donald Bren School, part of the UC Irvine campus of the University of California, was founded as a Department in 1968 and established as an independent School in 2002. There are about 1200 students, undergraduate and graduate, and 60 faculty members. The Bren School is the largest computing
program in the UC system. Information about applying, visiting, and more on the website.
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is the oldest of the country's national labs and is managed by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy. Research includes physics, computing, life sciences, materials sciences, and environmental energy technologies.
MathWorks, a Natick, Massachusetts company founded in 1984, is a developer and supplier of software for technical computing
and Model-Based design. They have over a million customers in 100 countries in technology companies, government research labs, financial institutions, and more than 3500 universities. The website describes the products, events where they can be seen, news, and more.
Motorola was founded in 1928 in Chicago. Its first product was a battery eliminator that allowed radios to be plugged into household electrical circuits. Today Mororola is a major marketer of wireless and broadband communications. The website lists the vast number of products and services that they produce from phones to motorcycle radios to embedded computing, and much more.
- PC Magazine
PC Magazine contains authoritative, labs-based comparative reviews of computing
and Internet products to more than 6.6 million technology buyers. The magazine is published 22 times a year and users can subscribe on this website. On the website, users can find information about products, news about new products, reviews, downloads, expert help, columns by technology reporters, and a store.
Peachpit, a part of Pearson Education, has been publishing books on the latest in graphic design, desktop publishing, multimedia, web publishing, and general computing
since 1986. On the website, users can find information about new and already published titles, read articles and blogs, search by subject for titles, and shop at the store.
- San Diego Supercomputer Center
SDSC was founded with an NSF grant in 1995. It is a research center of the University of California, San Diego. Its mission is to further research and development in computational science and high performance computing.
ThinkGeek, a SourceForge company, is an online store to buy products for people who love computers and the Internet. On the site, users can buy T-shirts with funny sayings, other apparel, gadgets, home and office, computing, caffeine, electronics, and books. Also gift certificates.
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- Amazon media chief Jeff Blackburn retires from the company for the second time
Longtime Amazon employee Jeff Blackburn is retiring for the second time from the online retail and cloud computing giant.
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