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IBMs Lotus Story Never Ends

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It was one of my first assignments for the newspaper formerly known as PC Week

Intel Outside

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Chipmaker moves on several networking fronts

Its the Next Big Thing—Is It a Good Thing?

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With Napster barely alive (but going down with a lot more respect than Metallica), the peer-to-peer frenzy has kicked off

Editors Note: February 26, 2001

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IBM has good news to share with its allies at its PartnerWorld conference this week in Atlanta.

Cupid Crashes IBMs Party

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Big Blue is set to play matchmaker at next week's PartnerWorld Conference.

Intel Pulls the Plug on McKinley Preview

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Intel Corp.'s failure last week to go through with a scheduled presentation of a new 64-bit processor fueled speculation that the chip may endure delays.

What, Me Worry?

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Dell Marketplace is dead, but Lante's consulting deal lives on.

Getting Tuned Up

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New lasers will speed optical networks

Those Rolling Blackouts Give Us Pause

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Until the recent energy crisis in California, no one really paid much attention to how much power was being used to keep racks full of Wintel servers running in server farms and data centers.

The Buzz: February 12, 2001

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If congress is going to give U.S. citizens a tax break, then it should do something for small businesses, according to Intel Chairman Andrew Grove.

Computer Compost

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Computer carcasses yield slim pickings, but recycling is an imperative

John W. Thompson

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Chairman, President and CEO, Symantec

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