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Microsoft's new IE9 triggers speed-test squabble

The seventh IE version beats rivals on the SunSpider benchmark. But Microsoft doesn't like the test, and Mozilla doesn't like how Microsoft runs it.

By November 18, 2010

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Benchmarking performance in a virtualized world

SPEC releases a new benchmark for measuring the performance of virtualized systems. This is the first time there's been an industry-standard metric for this purpose.

By July 15, 2010

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Benchmark group tackles server energy efficiency

Now that power consumption is of growing financial, practical, and environmental concern, an industry group hopes to shine a light on how efficient computers are.

By February 5, 2010

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IBM's Power charge continues

IBM's lineup of servers built around its Power microprocessor continue to be one of the standouts among the systems that it sells.

By August 25, 2009

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At Unisys, Intel's Itanium chip is dead

Unisys may have written Itanium's epitaph--at least for many server vendors.

By February 18, 2009

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'Far Cry 2' to feature less-odious PC DRM

Details on Far Cry 2's DRM scheme.

By October 15, 2008

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Kickfire's MySQL appliance blows the doors (and price tags) off proprietary databases

Looking for a high-performance database? Don't bother paying the Oracle price when you can get better performance for comparative pennies with Kickfire.

By April 16, 2008

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China baffles world with mystery bomber

Country's top-secret stealth bomber could be more advanced than the American B-2A and could reach the continental United States--if it exists.

By March 15, 2008

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Intel ready for 2008 with Penryn

Sixteen new chips based on new transistor design have Intel's server group in excellent shape heading into next year.

By November 11, 2007

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Oracle's mixed messages on "compatibility" with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Oracle wants its Linux both ways: it wants it to be different and it also wants it to be "fully compatible" with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Here's why it fails.

By September 6, 2007