I.B.M. plans to build a sizable business by bringing Google-style computing to mainstream corporate customers. The I.B.M. strategy, to be announced today, seeks to exploit the technical work and commercial interest in large data centers...

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Wal-Mart has announced what it called "a pilot" solar power project consisting of solar power arrays installed on 22 of its stores and warehouses in Hawaii and California that will generate up to 20 million...

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The global recall and replacement of millions of laptop batteries, and start-up costs for the PlayStation 3 console, pushed Sony's operations into the red for the July to September quarter, despite a jump in sales....

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Will Apple Push "Intel Inside"?

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The coming year for Apple Computer is full of questions, and many of them are connected one way or another with the switch to using microprocessors from Intel. How Apple will or won't build around...

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The Web's leading standards body has launched a ground campaign to promote its mobile Web protocols in the real world. The W3C, or World Wide Web Consortium, on Wednesday announced its Mobile...

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A new round of lawsuits aimed at prolific Internet song-swappers could be announced as early as Thursday as music executives meet in London to discuss the next step in their global war on Internet piracy....

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Intel is making a resolution to convince consumers that Centrino notebooks will be the thing to have in 2004. The chipmaker, which began advertising the notebook-chip bundle to consumers earlier this year,...

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Asia's fast-growing mobile phone makers are embracing Microsoft Corp's new software for sophisticated handsets, boosting the U.S. company's efforts to expand beyond its hegemony in the computer industry. The entry of Taiwan's electronics makers into...

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IBM plans to announce on Monday its second Itanium server, a more powerful machine that can accommodate as many as 16 of the high-end processors from Intel. The new x455 is a relative of the...

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Publishing software giant Adobe Systems plans to announces a new electronic forms application that appears to be aimed at Microsoft's upcoming InfoPath product. The as-yet unnamed product, which Adobe plans to introduce...

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The world's second-largest microprocessor maker, Advanced Micro Devices Inc, has launched a sales push in China and aims to grow at least twice as fast as the overall market, its China marketing chief said. Analysts...

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Dell Computer Corp. DELL.O and wireless phone and data provider T-Mobile said on Thursday they have struck an agreement aimed at speeding the proliferation of high-speed wireless Internet access, known as...

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