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Sensitive Kaiser emails go astray

Author: JT Smith 19 Kaiser customers received messages intended for other people. Category: Linux
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Dell rakes in the bucks

Author: JT Smith Strong product sales and lower prices for computer parts helped profits soar for the second-largest PC dealer. Category: Open Source
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Cisco rocks with huge fourth quarter earnings

Author: JT Smith The company has been called one of the most stable technology firms in the nation. Category: Open Source
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The telltale heart of Linux

Author: JT Smith Webalizer is free and distributed under the GNU Public License. Category: Linux
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Not everyone likes Linus

Author: JT Smith Torvalds spoke to a hostile crowd at USENIX. Category: Linux
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Tech confounds the market

Author: JT Smith Technology is one of those things that sits on the far side of the comprehensibility scale for many people. Category: Open Source
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IBM still geeky inside

Author: JT Smith "The company still looks like a blue-suited behemoth that out-earns (and outspends) most developing nations." Category: Open Source
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IBM unveils Linux plans

Author: JT Smith Intel's 64 bit chip is known affectionately as "Monterey." Category: Linux
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Wireless services merger hopes to dominate

Author: JT Smith Wall Street signaled its approval of the deal by bidding up Software.com and Phone.com Category: Open Source
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NBCi to cut 170 jobs

Author: JT Smith The job cuts are part of an overall revamp under way at NBCi that was first announced in June by its new CEO Will Lansing. Category: Open Source
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