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IBM Pushes Autonomic Computing

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Big Blue this week will launch an initiative to promote "autonomic computing," an approach to building self-managing systems that require little or no human interaction.

Merger Expected to Get Salute

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Regulation; Weak economy may bless HP, Compaq union

Xerox Shifts Steenburgh to iGen3

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Just as Xerox Corp. prepares a major expansion of its e-services business, the Stamford, Conn., copier and printer giant has reassigned the executive put in charge of the effort.

IBM Plugs Away in PCs

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Rolling out seven new models across its NetVista and ThinkPad lines, IBM this week tried to squelch rumors that it will vacate the PC business.

Compaq Wins $1 Billion Postal Service Contract

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Compaq Computer Corp. announced that the U.S. Postal Service awarded it a new five-year contract to supply PCs, servers and services, worth bout $1 billion.

IBM to Unveil Sahara PowerPC Chip

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IBM next week will announce a new PowerPC ranging in megahertz from 700MHz to 1GHz, that could shift the balance of power in the professional Mac market away from Motorola Inc. and its PowerPC G4.

Compaq Allowing Customers to Defer Lease Payments

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Compaq Computer Corp., which last week warned that its sales fell dramatically following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, has announced a new program to let enterprise customers defer their payments until next year.

IBM Launches New PCs, New Features

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The Hewlett-Packard-Compaq Computer merger doesn't need any more challenges. But it got another one yesterday when IBM announced a suite of new features for its notebook and desktop computers.

Hewlett-Packard Pulling Out Of Retail CD+RW Market - 2

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The largest vendor of CD rewriteable drives, Hewlett-Packard Co., will phase out its entire retail CD+RW product line by the end of the year in favor of rewriteable DVDs.

IBM Pushes New PCs, Services

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IBM on Tuesday used the unveiling of several new PCs and services to tout itself as the only full-service computer maker, while mocking its rivals for focusing either too much on cost or being too consumed with merger activities.

IBM Unites Portals Under WebSphere Banner

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IBM began the consolidation of its portal product lines under one unified offering Tuesday with the introduction of the WebSphere Portal.

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

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