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PC makers climb onboard with Vista January 30, 2007 As expected, the PC industry is ready with new Vista computers after years of delays. But the immediate impact on the PC market could be muted.
Dell to cut bonuses, trim management February 4, 2007 Michael Dell, who recently returned to the helm of the PC maker he founded, announces cost-cutting measures to employees in a memo.
HP gets in the game with Blackbird September 5, 2007 The souped-up and flashy new gaming PC is the company's fledgling effort with its Voodoo unit.Photos: Blackbird sings a gaming tune
Notebooks dropping to $99 November 14, 2006 Dreaming of laptops? Now's a good time to buy, as retailers scramble to best each other with dipping holiday prices.
Who wants or needs 64 bits? March 6, 2006 Desktops with 64-bit processors have been available for two years, but you could still be first on your block to get one.
Intel scraps server appliance brand November 14, 2000 To avoid conflicts with its original equipment manufacturer customers--such as Dell Computer--which produce their own server appliances, Intel ditches its NetStructure brand.
HP to sell Intel's server appliances December 21, 2000 The chip giant says Hewlett-Packard will begin selling the NetStructure line of server appliances, and HP plans to offer its own line of NetStructure-based products as early as March.
Lenovo wants to be household name April 4, 2007 PC company is creating a business unit that will focus on international consumers, a fast-growing segment outside its traditional strengths.
Yearning for color on laptops January 30, 2006 Black and gray may dominate the choices for many machines, but options are growing for people bored with plain old PCs.Photos: Modded laptops
Why Dell needs a handheld December 10, 2007 Making a consumer gadget is a necessity if the computer company wants to compete with Apple and HP.
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