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Dell Launches Easier-to-Manage SMB Servers

New servers, storage systems and UPS are all meant to cut management costs, which can be as much as 70 percent of IT budgets.
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VIA Technologies, Inc. Joins Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation today announced that VIA Technologies, Inc. has become its newest member.
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Intel's new Core i7, Core i5 desktop chips bring faster CPUs to the maintream

Intel introduces new, more affordable Core i7 and Core i5 desktop CPUs, as well as the new Intel P55 Express motherboard chipset to support them.

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Frankencamera is Open Source, Runs on Linux

An open-source operating system out of Stanford would let programmers create algorithms to process images differently than what brands such as Canon and Nikon are currently offering.
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ZaReason's New Linux Netbook, How to Thrive in a Tough Market

ZaReason is an independent Linux OEM that sells a line of pre-installed Linux machines, from netbooks to desktops to servers. Founder Cathy Malmrose talks about the challenges of running a Linux shop in a Windows world.
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Downright Painful: Server Sales Plummeted in Q2

Server sales are off 30 percent, but IDC still sees reasons for optimism.
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