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Capellas Explains HP Merger Plans

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In its effort to get back to the original mission of information technology-providing good, timely information that can be used to make good decisions-Compaq Computer Corp. is focused on adding value through horizontal integration, Michael Capel

Barrett: Intel still investing in R&D

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Intel Corp. President and CEO Craig Barrett this morning said that despite the economic downturn, Intel continues to invest heavily in new technology.

RealNetworks, Compaq Form Stream Team

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RealNetworks has a new partner to help it get its streaming audio and video technology into the market: Compaq Computer.

AMD Rolls Out Athlon XP

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. releases what it says is the fastest PC processor on the market.

HP Introduces New Mobility Products and Services

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Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday, Oct. 9, introduced a slew of new products and services for enterprises and wireless operators, aimed at tapping into the mobility marketplace.

Fiorinas Goal: Lessen Customer Confusion

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HP Chairman Carly Fiorina says her company and Compaq have a distinct plan for transitioning customers once its proposed merger is closed.

All Revved Up, Nowhere to Go

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With too few apps to gauge performance, 64-bit Itanium is still garaged.

Badgers Singing the Blackboard Blues

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The kitty recently heard tales from a self-proclaimed insider at IBM who claims that Lou Gerstner's planned departure from Big Blue may not be going as smoothly as he would like.

In Praise of Lean Desktop Management

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This fall, a crop of feature-bloated desktop management tools will show up on IT managers' doorsteps. Don't be afraid to use these tools. Just don't feel like you should use all their features.

Dell Outmaneuvers a Perfect Storm

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Three days after Compaq CEO Michael Capellas blamed a perfect storm for unhinging the company's sales, Dell CEO Michael Dell said his namesake company's balance sheet was right on target.

IBMs New 32-Way Unix Server Turns Heads

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Following recent announcements by rivals Sun Microsystems Inc. and Fujitsu Technology Solutions Inc., IBM last week rolled out its latest entry into the increasingly competitive high-end Unix server market.

IBM Refreshes Informix Database

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IBM's rollout last week of a new version of the Informix Dynamic Server did much to ease the fears of Informix Corp. database users- many of whom had speculated that IBM would abandon the product after buying the company for $1 billion in April.

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