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Fast Facts Matrix: July 2, 2001

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In an effort to reduce its reliance on hardware revenue, Compaq Computer last week said it would phase out its Alpha 64-bit server processor division.

Tis a Far Better Thing We Do Who Serve

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Whether striding up to the microphone or sliding in by the side door, computer makers are busy recasting themselves as service organizations.

The Embedded Revolution

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Processor makers show off new designs at forum last week as innovations continue amid slump

Laptop Alarm Emits Shriek

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The company that made its name by providing products that keep thieves from walking away with bicycles will roll out next month alarms and locks aimed at making sure laptop computers stay with their owners.

AMD Launches Athlon Duo

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Company aims dual processors, chip set at enterprise systems market, but big vendors balk

Can IBM Save B2B?

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Yes, says Big Blue, with an arsenal of services, middleware and application partners.

Hardware Abuse

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Do you beat your PC?

Harvard Fails Dell Over Price Haggling

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SAS Institute appears to be enjoying life as a private company, hiring employees by the hundreds.

Itanium Arrives When the Chips are Down

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Intel's release of the Itanium couldn't have come at a more interesting time.

Gateway, Dell PC Price War Heats Up

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Gateway Inc. last week launched the latest assault in an increasingly bitter PC price war, a move that could further undermine industry profits.

Itanium: New Opening for Linux?

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Intel's new Itanium chip is getting muffled yawns from some quarters, but for Linux vendors, the architecture could represent a sterling opportunity to make much-desired inroads into high-end computing environments.

After Fast Kickoff, a Slow Start

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P2P working group is in low gear after last year's flash & pizzazz.

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