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Intel Pulls the Plug on McKinley Preview

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Intel Corp.'s failure last week to go through with a scheduled presentation of a new 64-bit processor fueled speculation that the chip may endure delays.

Getting Tuned Up

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New lasers will speed optical networks

Those Rolling Blackouts Give Us Pause

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Until the recent energy crisis in California, no one really paid much attention to how much power was being used to keep racks full of Wintel servers running in server farms and data centers.

A New Career in IT? Maybe Not

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I've often told people that if I ever had an "American Beauty" moment-that is, a midlife crisis like the kind Kevin Spacey had in his Oscar-winning movie, in which he ditches his dead-end job for one flipping burgers-I think I know w

Big Blue, Big Muscle

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IBM comes out swinging in managed services

Gateway Moves to Stem Wounds

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But high inventory and weak consumer demand dog faltering PC maker

John W. Thompson

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Chairman, President and CEO, Symantec

Dopey Idea?

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Some people suggested Bear Stearns PC analyst Andrew Neff went off the deep end with his recent "manifesto" that urges major computer makers to give up the fight and consolidate.

Tivoli Sings the Blues

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Falling sales, a revolving door and poor execution take their toll.

Corel Bows Out of Linux Distribution Race

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Corel Corp.'s announcement last week that it will sell off its Linux desktop distribution unit will have little impact on the open-source community.

Yes, He Does Windows

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Need to manage desktops from afar? Sit back, relax and let Everdream do the dirty work.

Slowing PC Sales Spur Diverse Strategies

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Dell to pursue market share, price cuts; Compaq takes profits-over-sales route, shunning price war.

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