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Intel's Tukwila slips yet again

The release of its next-generation Itanium processor, code-named Tukwila, has now been moved out to the first quarter of 2010.

By May. 21, 2009

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Intel delays 'Tukwila' server chip--again

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

By Feb. 5, 2009

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Microsoft meeting yields hints of 'Rio' streaming service

Microsoft execs' pleas for silence and secrecy didn't stop attendees of the company's annual meeting from sharing tidbits about new products and technologies in the pipeline.

By Sep. 27, 2013

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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 Feb. 12, 2010

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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 Mar. 23, 2011

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Intel Itanium to go quad-core in early 2009

Alliance to promote use of Itanium says quad-core version of chip will come out in early 2009, discloses more than a 30 percent jump in volume growth year to year.

By May. 19, 2008

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IBM ships 5.2GHz chip, its fastest yet

A chip in IBM's new zEnterprise System clocks in at 5.2GHz. The fastest IBM microprocessor to date is targeted at mainframes. It packs in four cores, plus a respectable helping of DRAM.

By Sep. 1, 2010

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Intel trickles out details on future Itaniums

Everyone's favorite whipping boy, Intel's Itanium server processor, is still on the road map well into the next decade.

By Jun. 14, 2007

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CNET News Daily Podcast: Tale of a dunked BlackBerry

After dropping her BlackBerry into a toilet, CNET News reporter Ina Fried has some advice on what to do if it happens to you.

By May. 21, 2009

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IBM launches Power7 chip, systems

Big Blue's powerful new processor for servers integrates eight processing cores in one chip package, with each core capable of executing four tasks.

By Feb. 7, 2010