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IBM Servers to Tap Big Iron

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Intel-based xSeries offers performance-enhancing technologies drawn from mainframe systems.

The Buzz: November 26, 2001

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Microsoft, fresh off favorable settlements with the U.S. government and private plaintiffs, now must face antitrust issues raised overseas.

Geekspeak: November 26, 2001

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The microprocessor celebrates 30th birthday.

IBM, Intentia Team Up on Integration

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As part of its strategy to reach the small and mid-sized market with integrated offerings, IBM and Intentia on Tuesday announced a combined hardware and software offering designed to reduce the cost of collaborative e-business.

New Lawsuit Rekindles Intel, Broadcom Fight

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Broadcom Corp. has filed a new lawsuit against Intel Corp., accusing the giant chipmaker of infringing on its patents. The suit marks the latest in a series of legal skirmishes between the two rivals.

Dell Questions Tablet Demand

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Chairman also tackles PC industry price war, HP-Compaq merger issues.

HP to Lead Merged Company, Filing Says

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An SEC filing made yesterday disclosed many details about the HP-Compaq merger, including the history of the deal, severance packages, and the fact that three of the four proposed new divisions will be lead by HP execs.

Dell: No Easing Up on PC Price-Cutting

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Dell Computer beat Wall Street earnings estimates, but a continuing price war amid an industrywide slump pushed profits down 36 percent. Michael Dell, however, says there are no plans to 'lighten up' on price-cutting.

Xerox Turns to Services for Future Growth

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As one of its most financially turbulent years in recent history draws to a close, Xerox Corp. is turning inward to a little known, but potentially booming business as a source of hope for the future: global services.

Merger Bad For Business, Hewlett Family Member Says

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Walter Hewlett, eldest son of H-P co-founder William Hewlett, today detailed his family's opposition to the company's proposed buyout of Compaq in a government filing.

IBM Offers Zero Percent Financing on xSeries Servers

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IBM today announced zero percent financing options for all of its Intel-based servers, a limited-time offer that runs through Dec. 31.

AMD Passes Athlon Chipset Baton

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has essentially exited the Athlon PC chipset market, focusing its design work on multiprocessor implementations and the upcoming 64-bit Hammer family.

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