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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.

IBMs Crusade Server Lets You Build as You Go

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IBM readies a four-chip Intel-based server with power-enhancing technologies drawn from its high-end mainframes that enables users to integrate up to four of the servers together into a 16-way system.

Intel, HP Show Off Concept PCs

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In the midst of a prolonged downturn in the technology sector and in the overall economy, both Intel Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Corp. demonstrated concept PCs at Comdex showcasing emerging technologies like USB 2.0, IEEE 1394, and Bluetooth.

Compaq Delays Itanium Servers

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Compaq Computer has delayed shipments of its planned Itanium-based servers because the chip did not pass certain undisclosed tests, officials confirmed Tuesday.

Dell: Tablet PC Is Todays Pen PC

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Michael Dell also shares his views on the industry price war, the HP-Compaq merger and Sun's strategy.

Transmeta Looks to Shore Up Its Credibility

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One month after ousting its chief executive, Transmeta set up shop at a Las Vegas hotel during Comdex to pitch its newest processor and offered assurances about the company's future.

HP Moves Forward With Compaq Integration

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HP filed an internally circulated memo written by Webb McKinney with the SEC about its pending merger with Compaq that outlines a bigger transition team.

Could Values Sink HP-Compaq?

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Hewlett-Packard's and Compaq's boards are largely made up of present or past chief executives. As a result, their backing of the HP-Compaq merger comes from a perspective that values share price, strategic positioning and share price.

Deal Denunciation Puts Fiorina in Hot Seat

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Support for HP's proposed buyout of Compaq, as well as for HP CEO Carly Fiorina, appears to be wavering after heirs of the company's founders went public with their opposition to the deal.

AMD Delays Release of Sledgehammer Chip

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has pushed back the release of its first 64-bit processor designed for multiprocessor workstations and servers, codenamed Sledgehammer, from the second half of 2002 to early 2003.

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