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The technical design of a compression technology that promises to stream video over the Internet at DVD-worthy speeds has been completed, according to the international standards team developing it. But the widely anticipated standard, known...
Intel will debut a new version of its Xeon chip on Tuesday in what will be a major day for processor releases. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker plans to release a 2.4GHz...
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. AMD.N, Intel Corp.'s principal rival in the market for microprocessors, on Tuesday will unveil four new, speedier Athlon chips, hoping to stall Intel's recent market share gains against AMD. ...