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New Revision C of Beagle Board Released

An updated Beagle Board doubles the memory of the diminutive yet powerful, GPL'd, ARM based board...
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Plugging Ahead: DIY Basic Apache/PHP Web Server

I've been working with the Arduino micro-controller for a couple of years and have been seeking an inexpensive, compact solution for connecting it to my network.

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Atom makes the leap into servers

Super Micro is promoting the use of Intel's Atom processor in servers. The "X7SLA" motherboard is designed to be mounted in a 1U rack (left) or minitower chassis, offers single or dual gigabit Ethernet ports, and includes four SATA ports with RAID support, Super Micro says.
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IBM Pays Customers To Ditch Sun Servers

Big Blue is doubling a rewards program under which businesses can get thousands of dollars worth of software and services for free--if they unplug their Sun boxes.
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Nano board targets home media servers

Via Technologies has announced a Mini-ITX motherboard intended to find a place in home media servers. The VB8002 runs Linux on a 1.6GHz Nano processor, and offers DVI and S-Video connectors, S/PDIF output, and RCA jacks for connection to external A/V equipment, the company says.
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