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Cool to Upgrades

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Buyers stall plans for newer machines; Intel profits drop.

Digital Detectives Track Hacks

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Forensics professionals increasingly in demand.

HP Backs Open Source Server

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Hewlett-Packard's endorsement of an application server that uses open source code holds the promise of saving corporate users big money.

Tech Companies Face Bias Issues

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The stereotype of high-tech companies is that they're filled with young, white male employees.

Dell Adds Service to Online Sales

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As a sign of the changing times, Dell Computer has decided it's not enough to sell PC hardware online anymore.

Dell Remains Committed to Pricing Strategy

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Despite plummeting profit margins, Dell Computer Corp. has no intention of backing off from an aggressive PC pricing strategy that it initiated earlier this year.

The Strong, Silent Types

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Combining size, speed and sound-or lack thereof-IBM is getting ready to ship what it calls the world's highest-capacity and quietest family of notebook drives.

Getting a Head Start

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Compaq and Oracle team up to work on midmarket solutions.

Xerox Changing Colors to Get in Black

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Company slashes costs, sells assets and plans three printers and a reseller agreement with Scitex

Flipping for HPs Handheld

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No, not us. We haven't tried it. But Officemax's CEO certainly sounds impressed.

Gigahertz: Who Really Cares?

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An ad last week for dell's new Inspirons read "1 GHz now in notebook form."

Speaking Out to More

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Voice recognition companies Nuance Communications Inc. and IBM Voice Systems are partnering to spread their technologies to a broader audience.

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