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Windows XP in your living room January 7, 2002 At the Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates will show off an interface intended to turn PCs into home electronics or entertainment systems. Think XP with a remote control.
Sun, Intel part ways on Solaris plans July 21, 2000 The companies finally are seeing eye to eye on whether Sun's Solaris operating system should run on Intel's upcoming Itanium chip: Now both companies think it's a lousy idea.
Dell sings Net's praises June 17, 1997 An ever-larger share of Dell Computer's fortunes depends on the growth of sales over the Internet, the company's chairman says.
Intel set to rattle server market with Itanium May 25, 2001 At long last, the company will lift the veil of silence next week from its Itanium chip, setting off a new round of competition in the market for servers and advanced workstation PCs.
HP hires Linux luminary December 5, 2000 Adopting a strategy made popular by more radical companies, the computer giant hires open-source advocate Bruce Perens to give the company a deeper view of the workings of open-source software.
IBM gung-ho over Intel's delayed server chip November 16, 2000 Servers using Intel's upcoming high-end Itanium chip won't go on sale for months, but already Big Blue is eagerly anticipating its successor, code-named McKinley.
The week in review: Waiting for Y2K January 1, 2000 The high-tech world prepared for Y2K, and waited with the rest of humanity for what has become the planet's first truly international event.
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