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Linux Driver Chief Calls Out Microsoft Over Its Driver Code Submission

After a kick in the pants from the leader of the Linux driver project, Microsoft has resumed work on its historic driver code submission to the Linux kernel and avoided having the code pulled from the open source operating system.
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Working with Bluetooth: Connecting to All Those Cool Devices

Wireless peripherals have made connecting devices to your laptop or desktop a thing of beauty. Gone are the days of tangled wires, incompatible connectors and too-short cables. All you have to do now is make your Bluetooth device discoverable and connect to it on the computer. At least that's how easy it's supposed to be.

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Dell Renews Ubuntu Linux Desktop Line Up

Dell has already announced that it's now shipping Ubuntu 9.04 on its laptops and netbooks, and later this week it will announce its new Ubuntu 9.04-powered desktop.
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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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