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The Real Deal 175: All-questions show

Rafe and Tom answer tech questions about getting Microsoft software for cheap, the security of bank apps, and more.

By August 20, 2009

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Intel cuts desktop chip prices

The cuts, including many to quad-core processors, are announced just before Advanced Micro Devices' earnings announcement Tuesday.

By July 20, 2009

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Maingear gives power-efficient game PCs a Pulse

Maingear introduces a new power-efficient gaming PC designed to compete with HP's Firebird.

By June 4, 2009

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Intel cuts prices on some chips up to 48 percent

Chipmaker institutes broad price cuts on dual- and quad-core processors, as well as introducing new models.

By January 18, 2009

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Intel sees cheaper, better optical nets

The chipmaker plans to make money off communications technology by lowering the cost and increasing the performance of optical networking.

By September 11, 2002

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Linux server maker sells skinny Xeon model

Penguin Computing, a San Francisco-based maker of servers running the Linux operating system, has released a new server that squeezes two Xeon processors into a 1.75-inch-thick rack-mountable chassis. The Relion 140 can accommodate two CPUs running faster than 2GHz, up to 6GB of memory, and up to three hard drives that can be swapped out while the system is running. A lower-end model with 512MB of memory, two 1.8GHz Xeon processors and one 18.6GB hard drive costs $3,160. With 1GB of memory, two 2.2GHz processors and two 36GB hard drives, the price goes up to $4,066. The server uses Intel's E7500 "Plumas" chipset, which connects the processors with other system components.

By May 22, 2002

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HP to unveil flock of new Intel servers

The company plans to revamp much of its Intel server line as the chip giant's new Xeon server chips are set to arrive.

By March 11, 2002

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ServerWorks vies for Intel servers' heart

The company is to introduce its new chipset, replete with features such as high-end memory and the ability to let computers have spare memory banks.

By February 24, 2002