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Linux Emerges As Best Os Play For HP-Compaq

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The combined Hewlett-Packard-Compaq Computer must weed a tangled garden of operating systems and focus on fewer platforms to realize the $2.5 billion per year in savings it projects, experts said. That spells bright prospects for Linux.

The Buzz: May 14, 2001

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Proxicom is telling Compaq to bulk up its offer to buy the Internet services company or take a hike.

HP To Buy Compaq For $25 Billion

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Hewlett-Packard has announced it will buy Compaq Computer in an all-stock transaction valued at $25 billion.

Intel Chip Will Have Apps Seeing Double

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As part of its "move beyond megahertz," Intel Corp. last week unveiled a technology that could have computers seeing double.

Tech Brands and Also-Rans

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Among California-based, high-tech companies, the strongest brand belongs to-may I have the envelope, please-Hewlett-Packard

Intel Scales Developer Thinking

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With hyperthreading, Intel Corp. offers the cost-effective performance of multithreaded execution without the infrastructure costs of multiprocessor systems.

The Buzz: September 3, 2001

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Michael Dertouzos, the MIT professor who played a key role in pushing the Internet's presence beyond the academic and governmental realm and into the mainstream, died last week.

IBM Partners Up

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IBM is piling up the partners - more than five dozen of them already this year - in its effort to increase profits from its booming services business

Smart Tabby Tags Toptext Hyperlinks

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A tipster alerted El Gato to a controversy concerning a peer-to-peer application that appeared in the Aug. 13 "Litter box Lynx."

LearningSpace Gets Flexible Interface

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IBM Mindspan Solutions seeks to strengthen the human element in online learning with new collaboration features in an upgrade to its Lotus LearningSpace e-learning platform

Intel Goes for Broke

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Stung by pressure from Advanced Micro Devices, PC chip market leader Intel will sharply cut prices this month on its newest processor to regain momentum for the holiday shopping season - however thin its margins become.

A Plethora of Cyberprotection Programs

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The government has spawned a complex infrastructure protection bureaucracy

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