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Price War Hurts AMD

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Despite continued strong sales of its PC chips, Advanced Micro Devices reported that it lost $186.9 million in the third quarter, blaming an ongoing price war with Intel.

Transmeta Ousts CEO Allen

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Low-power chip designer Transmeta Corp. fired chief executive Mark Allen on Tuesday after only seven months on the job, citing the company's recent poor performance.

Compaq Introduces New Mid-range Server

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Compaq Computer Corp. today is rolling out what executives say is the most powerful mid-range server.

Compaqs Surprise Partner

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PC giant quietly subcontracts work to IBM as part of $1B U.S. Postal Service contract.

IBM Rolls Out New PCs, Thinkpads

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In recent years, as IBM has turned its marketing attention away from the retail PC in favor of its mainframe servers and services, the company's PC market share has dwindled.

Cyber-Donations—Philanthropy or Theft?

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With the recent surge in charitable donations around the country, I wonder if this penchant for giving will spill over into PC philanthropy, i.e., sharing unused computing power and hard disk space for the benefit of medical and other research.

Bigger Blue

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IBM stakes its future dominance on a strategy built on Linux, services and the Internet.

Merger Expected to Get Salute

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Regulation; Weak economy may bless HP, Compaq union

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.

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.

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