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Smart Power Monitoring with Network UPS Tools

An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a must-have in server environments, and for many desktop users as well. But although simply connecting your PC or server to a UPS will protect you from intermittent power outages and give you the chance to shut the system down at the keyboard, an unattended power outage could still cause problems.

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Lenovo Returns to the Linux Desktop

Lenovo will soon be shipping an ARM Snapdragon-based netbook using Linux.
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A.M.D.-Intel Settlement Won’t End Their Woes

Advanced Micro Devices, a rival maker of computer chips, had accused Intel of strong-arm tactics to pressure PC makers to buy Intel products.
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Atom Leads CPU Shipments to All-Time Record, IDC Says

Microprocessor shipments rose to an all-time record level during the third quarter of 2009, according to IDC.
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A Litl Redux

After my Thursday column about the litl, readers pointed my attention to a blog post where the folks at litl (all lowercase) further defended their reasons for its rather top-heavy $700 price point.
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OpenOffice.org Pushes Gamers' Buttons with OOMouse

OpenOffice.org plans to ship a multi-button office application mouse by February next year.…...
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