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  • Yahoo to support Wikipedia
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    Yahoo to support Wikipedia

    Yahoo Inc.'s search engine division will supply hardware and other resources to the Wikimedia Foundation Inc.

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  • Tom's Hardware Guide reviews dual-core Pentiums
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    Tom's Hardware Guide reviews dual-core Pentiums

    Intel's marketing machine already is running full speed in order to support the nearing launch of the first generation dual-core processors.

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  • Second Hand Smoke: Tom's Hardware Guide's first blog
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    Second Hand Smoke: Tom's Hardware Guide's first blog

    Ok, we admit it.

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  • Akamai buys Speedera
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    Akamai buys Speedera

    Akamai Technologies is buying Speedera Networks for $130m in stock.

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  • Sun cuts Linux staff
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    Sun cuts Linux staff

    Priority change at Sun Microsystems: As Tom's Hardware Guide has learned, the company cut a significant number of employees from its payroll who previ...

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  • IMB to embrace PHP with Zend
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    IMB to embrace PHP with Zend

    IBM announced a teal with Zend to make an integrated programming solution using the PHP language.

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  • Hardware geeks worth billions
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    Hardware geeks worth billions

    Geeks or Otaku as they're called in Japan, represent a market worth ¥290 billion ($2.78 billion) and that means they shouldn't be ignored by b...

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  • RLX Technologies drops blade server hardware business
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    RLX Technologies drops blade server hardware business

    Faced with intense competition from IBM, Dell, Hewlett-Packard and others, blade server vendor RLX Technologies is dropping its hardware lineup and wi...

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  • Taking AMD and Intel processors to the limit
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    Taking AMD and Intel processors to the limit

    One year ago, an ambitious project at the Tom's Hardware Guide Lab set a world record of processor speed - 5.25 GHz. This year, the staff focuses on a...

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  • PowerPC development from the bargain basement
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    PowerPC development from the bargain basement

    The Kuro Box promises something fairly interesting: a usable single-board PowerPC computer, for only US$160 - when other PowerPC development boards of...

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