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IBM Launches New PCs, New Features

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The Hewlett-Packard-Compaq Computer merger doesn't need any more challenges. But it got another one yesterday when IBM announced a suite of new features for its notebook and desktop computers.

Hewlett-Packard Pulling Out Of Retail CD+RW Market - 2

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The largest vendor of CD rewriteable drives, Hewlett-Packard Co., will phase out its entire retail CD+RW product line by the end of the year in favor of rewriteable DVDs.

IBM Pushes New PCs, Services

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IBM on Tuesday used the unveiling of several new PCs and services to tout itself as the only full-service computer maker, while mocking its rivals for focusing either too much on cost or being too consumed with merger activities.

IBM Unites Portals Under WebSphere Banner

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IBM began the consolidation of its portal product lines under one unified offering Tuesday with the introduction of the WebSphere Portal.

Capellas Explains HP Merger Plans

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In its effort to get back to the original mission of information technology-providing good, timely information that can be used to make good decisions-Compaq Computer Corp. is focused on adding value through horizontal integration, Michael Capel

Barrett: Intel still investing in R&D

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Intel Corp. President and CEO Craig Barrett this morning said that despite the economic downturn, Intel continues to invest heavily in new technology.

AMD Rolls Out Athlon XP

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. releases what it says is the fastest PC processor on the market.

RealNetworks, Compaq Form Stream Team

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RealNetworks has a new partner to help it get its streaming audio and video technology into the market: Compaq Computer.

HP Introduces New Mobility Products and Services

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Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday, Oct. 9, introduced a slew of new products and services for enterprises and wireless operators, aimed at tapping into the mobility marketplace.

Fiorinas Goal: Lessen Customer Confusion

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HP Chairman Carly Fiorina says her company and Compaq have a distinct plan for transitioning customers once its proposed merger is closed.

Net Rebound Now Likely

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A new sense of urgency sweeping the interactive technology world will quicken the pace of mergers, remove shaky businesses from the public markets and inspire major initiatives that could hold the keys to a rapid recovery, industry experts said.

Dell Outmaneuvers a Perfect Storm

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Three days after Compaq CEO Michael Capellas blamed a perfect storm for unhinging the company's sales, Dell CEO Michael Dell said his namesake company's balance sheet was right on target.

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