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The $100 box? It's already here May 12, 2006 While Gates and Negroponte fire off at each other, CNET News.com's Charles Cooper finds a no-name upstart that's beaten both to market.
Grid computing luring mainstream backers February 21, 2002 Grid computing to date has largely been the terrain of academics and start-ups. But established tech companies are now nudging the concept toward the mainstream business world.
HP spends big to expand e-commerce software October 25, 2000 Hewlett-Packard buys Bluestone Software for an estimated $470 million, as the computing giant continues to make inroads into the exploding e-business software market.
Getting on the Linux wavelength January 2, 2007 roundup A developer takes steps to get the OS running on the Zune; meanwhile, long-term support for Fedora Linux winds down.
Open source makes inroads September 12, 2006 Red Hat follows Novell's lead with Xen-enabled Linux beta, as Ubuntu's founder aims for success in emerging markets.
XML as the great peacemaker December 21, 2000 Extensible Markup Language accomplished the seemingly impossible this year: It brought bitter software enemies together to speak the same tongue.
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