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Linux Emerges As Best Os Play For HP-Compaq

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The combined Hewlett-Packard-Compaq Computer must weed a tangled garden of operating systems and focus on fewer platforms to realize the $2.5 billion per year in savings it projects, experts said. That spells bright prospects for Linux.

The Buzz: May 14, 2001

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Proxicom is telling Compaq to bulk up its offer to buy the Internet services company or take a hike.

HP To Buy Compaq For $25 Billion

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Hewlett-Packard has announced it will buy Compaq Computer in an all-stock transaction valued at $25 billion.

The Buzz: September 3, 2001

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Michael Dertouzos, the MIT professor who played a key role in pushing the Internet's presence beyond the academic and governmental realm and into the mainstream, died last week.

Tech Brands and Also-Rans

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Among California-based, high-tech companies, the strongest brand belongs to-may I have the envelope, please-Hewlett-Packard

Intel Scales Developer Thinking

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With hyperthreading, Intel Corp. offers the cost-effective performance of multithreaded execution without the infrastructure costs of multiprocessor systems.

Intel Chip Will Have Apps Seeing Double

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As part of its "move beyond megahertz," Intel Corp. last week unveiled a technology that could have computers seeing double.

LearningSpace Gets Flexible Interface

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IBM Mindspan Solutions seeks to strengthen the human element in online learning with new collaboration features in an upgrade to its Lotus LearningSpace e-learning platform

Smart Tabby Tags Toptext Hyperlinks

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A tipster alerted El Gato to a controversy concerning a peer-to-peer application that appeared in the Aug. 13 "Litter box Lynx."

IBM Partners Up

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IBM is piling up the partners - more than five dozen of them already this year - in its effort to increase profits from its booming services business

Intel Goes for Broke

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Stung by pressure from Advanced Micro Devices, PC chip market leader Intel will sharply cut prices this month on its newest processor to regain momentum for the holiday shopping season - however thin its margins become.

IBM Goes With the B2B Flow

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We knew the Internet was going to change everything. We just didn't know by how much. It's not exactly what we had in mind, but the future is here, now. So we might as well deal with it and make the most of it.

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