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Dell: Sales to Rise This Holiday Season

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Michael Dell also expects the shakeout in the computer industry to continue as more companies merge or acquire other businesses to strengthen their market positions.

Dell Deal Signals New Niches for EMC

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The resale deal between EMC Corp. and Dell Computer Corp. announced last week, which is aimed at low-end and midmarket businesses, is indicative of future arrangements EMC will make to cut costs and expand into more niches.

Geekspeak: October 29, 2001

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New brains for an old body

Economy Takes Toll on Tech: Part 1

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Intel income plummets 96%, AMD loses $187M in third quarter as processor price war intensifies.

Compaq To Ship Altiris Solutions

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In an attempt to add value to the hardware it sells, Compaq Computer today, Oct. 29, starts shipping the Altiris eXpress Compaq Client Mgmt Solution to make the client hardware it ships easier to manage remotely.

Intel, AMD Cut Chip Prices

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The world's leading PC chipmakers cut processor prices once again on Monday, but the cuts were less severe and sweeping than previous moves, possibly indicating that a once hotly contested price war is cooling off.

Intel Trims Pentium 4, Server Prices

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Intel trimmed prices on its Pentium 4, Pentium III, and server lines this past Sunday, as expected.

IBM To Announce Voice Initiatives In Cars, Servers

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IBM is expected to announce today, Oct. 26, that its Embedded ViaVoice speech recognition technology will be used in an upcoming hands-free, on-board calling system in DaimlerChrysler vehicles.

Dell Tries Out Non-Configurable PC

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Dell Computer Corp. is entering the prebuilt PC arena, competing with traditional vendors of non-configurable PCs traditionally sold at retail.

Compaq Fails to Meet Analysts Expectations

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The computer maker reports a third-quarter loss of $499 million and again lowers its forecasts for the remainder of the year.

New Intel Flash Memory Ideal for Handhelds

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Intel on Tuesday announced it has started sampling an updated version of its flash memory chip that's only half the size of its predecessor and consumes less energy, making it more ideally suited for cell phones and handhelds.

Making a Computer Take Care of Itself

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IBM's top research executive has issued a call to IT companies to make computers that are able to take care of themselves, patterned on the way the components of our bodies regulate themselves automatically.

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