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Images: Pain-free computing May 31, 2005 Laptops can be a real pain, especially if not used correctly. OSHA has some suggestions for properly use.
Brazil: Tech powerhouse, but gap remains August 29, 2008 Though long in the shadow of the U.S. when it comes to computing, Latin America is home to a number of fast-growing regions, including Brazil--already the world's fifth largest PC market.
LinuxWorld makes mobile moves August 7, 2008 The scope of the open-source community's annual expo ranges from supercomputers to gadgets on the go.
Data centers eye power costs October 11, 2006 Sun-commissioned study indicates that IT executives are considering energy in purchasing decisions.
Bezos: Meet the 'other Amazon' September 27, 2006 CEO says the company's Web services program makes it easier for small entrepreneurs to do business online.
Tech giants put their heads in the clouds June 26, 2008 Cloud computing is much more down to earth than the term might imply. For Google, Amazon, and others, it's about delivering bits to billions of devices--and users.
Is the $199 PC doomed to fail? July 24, 2007 NComputing CEO Stephen Dukker writes that a computer cannot exist independent of basic economic realities that govern the world.
From math teacher to Turing winner February 26, 2007 Veteran computer scientist Frances Allen looks back on Ptran, "primitive" computing and what it was like making her way in a man's world.
Flexing a super (computing) muscle January 28, 2008 The U.S. remains No. 1 in the world in high-performance computing, but IBM's Dave Turek examines whether it can maintain its current domination.
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