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Its the Chips, Stupid!

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It's a little like the United States building a working space-based missile defense and then being successfully invaded by Mexico

Outliving the Worm

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Unlike many people convicted of computer crimes, Robert T. Morris shies away from the spotlight and has moved on to become a leading researcher at MIT's Lab for Computer Sciences.

Out of the Garage, Into the Office

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With no more dot boom, HP's Garage Program finds a new home.

Bruce Sterling

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Cyberpunk Author, Gonzo Visionary

Intel Puts Bus Plan in Gear

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Chip maker challenges AMD's HyperTransport architecture in bid to replace PCI in PCs, servers

IBM Takes Note of Mobile Users Needs With Laptop

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But unique Thinkpad Transnote PC/notepad combination might be too bulky to carry around

Intel Outside

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Chipmaker moves on several networking fronts

Smaller Partners in IBMs Big Picture

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Netgen initiatives include reselling managed services and launching GoingGlobal program

IBM Brings Back Sales Territories

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Realignment builds closer links between Big Blue and its partners.

HP To Run Some Qwest Hosting Centers

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The reinvention of Hewlett-Packard Co. took another interesting twist late last month when the company announced a multi-faceted deal with Qwest Internet Solutions that involves multiple HP lines of business

IBMs Lotus Story Never Ends

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

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

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