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Cliff Edwards


Cliff Edwards is a reporter for Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Businessweek in San Francisco. Previously, he was a correspondent in BusinessWeek's San Francisco bureau, where he covered Intel, the semiconductor industry, handheld- and consumer-electronics companies. Prior to BusinessWeek, Edwards worked for the Associated Press. During his 12 years at the AP, Edwards held several positions, including business editor overseeing six Illinois-based correspondents. Edwards received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Northwestern University, where he was also an adjunct professor of journalism for seven years.

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Articles by Cliff Edwards


  • HP, Microsoft Team Up to Tackle the Cloud
    The tech giants plan to spend $250 million over three years in a partnership to deliver cloud computing products and services to businesses
  • Wi-Fi Direct Seen as Way to Alleviate Network Congestion
    Wireless networks strained by smartphone users may have a solution in technology that lets devices wirelessly connect to one another
  • 3D TV: Not So Fast
    Sony and other TV makers, along with Hollywood studios, want three-dimensional entertainment in your living room, but high price tags may slow adoption
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    Why Tech Bows to Best Buy
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  • Game Console Makers at a Crossroads
    Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo are coming to terms with a dearth of blockbuster titles and increased rivalry from new gaming platforms such as smartphones