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IBM To Introduce New Laptop, PC Models

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IBM, in its first significant PC announcement in a year, will introduce five new ThinkPads and three new NetVista models on Tuesday, according to sources close to the company.

AMD Counters Intels Moves With High-End Athlon

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Advanced Micro Devices plans to release next week a 1.5GHz processor, the Athlon XP 1800, amid an industry slump and growing concerns of an eroding customer base.

IBM Sets Sail With Regatta

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After months of quiet promotion, IBM today launched its Regatta-based server, a machine it believes will bolster its years-long effort to steal market share from Sun Microsystems in the lucrative Unix server market.

Comdex Chief: The Show Must Go On

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Key3media Events CEO Jason Chudnofsky forecasts a 30 percent decrease in Comdex attendance, blaming the drop on a lackluster economy and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

AMD Athlon XP Palomino Already for Sale on Web

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AMD's Athlon XP is alive and for sale on the Web in advance of its launch October 8.

Compaq Lost $700 Million In Sales After Attacks

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Compaq Computer said it lost about $700 million in business in September because of the terrorist attacks against the U.S., causing the already beleaguered computer maker to warn that it will post third-quarter revenue as much as $1 billion below previous

Perfect Storm Batters Compaq

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Compaq warns that its quarterly earnings will fall well short of expectations, claiming the fallout of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and other factors produced 'the perfect storm.'

Running Cool

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IBM is overhauling its design processes to focus on optimized power consumption and reduced heat dissipation.

Operator No. 9: October 1, 2001

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While the airlines might be suffering staggering losses in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the same can't be said for videoconferencing developers and streaming media services.

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