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PHP and Perl Crashing the Enterprise Party

Java and .Net used to be the enterprise's primary programming languages, but Perl, Python, and other dynamic languages are hitting the enterprise mainstream.
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Processor Whispers: About Parties and Party Poopers

That’s the way the cookie crumbles. Just when – after years of struggling with the Itanium – Intel is finally able to roll out the long-delayed product, the bad blue competition from Armonk spoiled the merry launch party...
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HP Expected to Deliver Solid Earnings

Analysts see bellwether computing giant on solid ground as it prepares to report earnings for the first quarter of the fiscal year, an event that promises insight into the state of the larger technology industry.
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Red Hat, IBM Firmly in KVM Virtualization Camp

Big Blue might have been a prime mover behind the Xen open source hypervisor, but along with Red Hat, it's now putting its efforts behind its rival technology.
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Google, Microsoft Compete to be 'Platform of the World'

Google and Microsoft are duking it out to own the Web, and consumers and enterprises are unlikely to have the will to stop it. When will we learn?
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