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IBM Power blades to arrive in March November 14, 2003 Big Blue plans to announce on Tuesday a slender server called the JS20 that uses its own Power processors, but a delay means the system won't ship until late in the first quarter.
IBM's virtual pioneer December 18, 2006 Second Life is much more than a chat room--it "changes everything," says IBM's Irving Wladawsky-Berger.
SCO Group admits it may fold September 19, 2007 Final straw in company's financial crisis is judge throwing out its long-running copyright case against Novell.
Qantas ditches Linux for AIX April 27, 2007 Airline looks to IBM's Unix-based AIX platform to handle internal finance systems, says "stability issues" were a factor.
Microsoft learns to live with open source July 11, 2005 Though it still opposes open-source products and licensing, Microsoft is begrudgingly adopting similar practices to appeal to its corporate customers.
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.
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