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Speed beyond need: Pentium IV

Author: JT Smith Intel Corp.âs new, turbo charged Pentium 4 processor aims to make computers into hot rods capable of ripping through even the most demanding applications. From Associated Press. Category: Unix
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Keeping King afloat

Author: JT Smith Reuters reports that Stephen King fans frightened about being cut off from the authorâs online serial novel have been sending extra cash to cover for freeloaders. Category: Open Source
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Tech-savvy Europeans find wireless Internet not ready for the masses

Author: JT Smith An AP story @ FloridaToday.com says, "Yet while the technology promises a new world of convenience, even Bohman - co-founder of a company that offers wireless business services for handheld computers - admits the wireless Internet is not yet ready...
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Inprise readies 64-bit tools

Author: JT Smith Tuesday Inprise/Borland announced that it will port its tools to the 64-bit versions of Windows 2000 and Red Hat Linux, as they become available and Intel ships the Itanium chipset. Story from InfoWorld.com via IDG.net
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Intel backs peer-to-peer concept

Author: JT Smith According to a PCWorld story, Intel CEO Craig Barrett has firmly planted the Intel flag behind the concept of peer-to-peer networking as pioneered on the consumer side by Napster.
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K-Meleon: The Windows answer to Galeon

Author: JT Smith What looks like Microsoft Internet Explorer on the outside, but employs Mozillaâs Gecko rendering engine on the inside? Itâs a new open-source browser called K-Meleon. From ZDNN. Category: Open Source
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Lie your way to Internet privacy

Author: JT Smith ZDNN reports that the number of âprivacy warriorsâ may be as high as a quarter of American Web users, whose most popular epee is providing a fake name. Category: Linux
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Low income users getting on the Web

Author: JT Smith Low-income Web users drawn to sites like ValuePay.com and GetPaid4.com are goingonline at three to four times the rates of wealthier groups that favor upscale financial or travel sites, a U.S. study published Monday found. From...
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How to spy on your employees

Author: JT Smith Spying on employees will be a half-billion dollar industry by 2004. But that may not be the best thing for business, according to Jesse Berst at ZDNN. Category: Open Source
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DRAM, DIMM Spot Prices Fall in U.S., Europe

Author: JT Smith August 23, 2000 (TOKYO) -- Spot prices of DRAMs and DIMMs have started falling in North America and Europe, with the decline due to the restraining effects of high prices on demand, and not any oversupply conditions. Full story at nikkeibp....
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