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Free or cheap software doesn't necessarily lead to broad acceptance, especially when it comes to enterprise users -- at least, not in Linux supplier Red Hat Inc's experience. Enterprise customers want assurances...
Thanks xStainDx. Advanced Micro Devices Incorporated goes Intel route these days when it obliges end-users to acquire expensive registered PC3200 DDR SDRAM memory modules for AMD Athlon FX-51 microprocessors. The company, however, does not pin...
Thanks BOFH for this. Microsoft have secured themselves another contributer to the mobile communications cause today, as HTC (High Tech Computer Corp) announced its second Windows Powered Smartphone 2002-based handset. The new GSM/GPRS...