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Comdex Chief: The Show Must Go On

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Key3media Events CEO Jason Chudnofsky forecasts a 30 percent decrease in Comdex attendance, blaming the drop on a lackluster economy and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

AMD Athlon XP Palomino Already for Sale on Web

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AMD's Athlon XP is alive and for sale on the Web in advance of its launch October 8.

Compaq Lost $700 Million In Sales After Attacks

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Compaq Computer said it lost about $700 million in business in September because of the terrorist attacks against the U.S., causing the already beleaguered computer maker to warn that it will post third-quarter revenue as much as $1 billion below previous

Perfect Storm Batters Compaq

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Compaq warns that its quarterly earnings will fall well short of expectations, claiming the fallout of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and other factors produced 'the perfect storm.'

Running Cool

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IBM is overhauling its design processes to focus on optimized power consumption and reduced heat dissipation.

Operator No. 9: October 1, 2001

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While the airlines might be suffering staggering losses in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the same can't be said for videoconferencing developers and streaming media services.

Intel Sweetens Pot for PC Manufacturers

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Intel Corp. apparently is offering PC makers "deals they couldn't refuse" in hopes of recapturing lost market share and reversing recent gains made by rival chip maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc.

Informix Server Update Quells Users Fears

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By rolling out a new version of the Informix Dynamic Server, IBM eases concerns by Informix Software users that Big Blue would abandon them after buying the company.

HP Offers Printer Software Development Kit

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Hewlett-Packard is offering a software development kit for its LaserJet printers based on Chai, its Java-lookalike embedded system virtual machine.

Company Gets Back Up With Help

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Thor Technologies was about as close to the destruction that enveloped lower Manhattan on Sept. 11 as any company whose workers are all still alive to talk about it.

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