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Anatomy of a severed-thumb USB drive (pictures)

Photographer Justin Poulson promotes his services using a realistic-looking thumb-shaped USB drive made from a mold of his own digit.

8 Images By February 3, 2015


Oracle declares Intel's Itanium dead

The software and server company says Intel itself maintains that the server chip family is "nearing the end of its life," though Intel and Hewlett-Packard say Oracle is dead wrong.

By March 23, 2011


Intel previews next Itanium mainframe chip

At San Francisco conference, chipmaker is offering a peek at the processor code-named Poulson, whose improvements include better power management.

By February 20, 2011


Why Itanium still matters

As the processor underpinning Hewlett-Packard's Integrity line, Itanium remains an important component that can't be easily replaced.

By February 12, 2010


Big Itanium change coming with 'Poulson'

While Intel's Tukwila processor will connect to systems in a new way, Poulson will bring changes to the chip itself.

By March 8, 2006


Intel delays 'Tukwila' server chip--again

Chipmaker delays a high-end server processor originally expected as long ago as 2007.

By February 5, 2009


Intel to spotlight new Itanium: 'Poulson'

Firm still has long-term plans for Itanium, despite the chip's troubles and the popularity of the company's lower-end Xeon products.

By February 28, 2005


Intel's Montvale Itanium chip arrives

Chipmaker launches line of Itanium processors for high-end computing servers, touts three new features.

October 31, 2007


Intel to boost single-core performance

Company plans to increase the performance of individual cores in the Itanium processor, says a principal engineer at Intel.

October 3, 2007