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New Company Taps Transmeta Chip for Servers

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As if mindful of an energy crunch in Silicon Valley, a group of former Compaq Computer executives have gotten together to form RLX Technologies, which intends to produce low-power-consumption servers.

Obscenity Watch

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Porn site operators fear Bush administration

Teaming Up for Manufacturers

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Automation tool vendor PTC signs up with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, EMC.

Smile! Youre Live on the Air

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Online video reduces hiring time and expenses.

Pedal to the Metal

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Will gigabit ethernet continue to proliferate in the enterprise and beyond?

Fast Facts Infrastructure: January 22, 2001

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AT&T will swap $2.9 billion in stock for stakes in Excite@Home controlled by competitors Comcast and Cox Communications.

Plumbing for Profit

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Urban fiber construction takes to sewers

Unwired World

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Seeking answers to the global 'Digital Divide'

Gridlock on The Broadbahn

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Those of us who live in the 'burbs and work in the traffic hell of Manhattan have no trouble predicting that the real business opportunities in the foreseeable future are going to lie in infrastructure technologies and communications services.

Presuming The Worst Is Coming, What Can You Do?

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My buddy Jack the CIO is as unhappy as I was when I watched the Oakland Raiders make mincemeat of my Miami Dolphins earlier this month.

Bush May Push For Tech Czar

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Although conservatives are often elected with the expectation they'll reduce, rather than expand, government, President-elect George W. Bush may find that IT warrants the creation of a subcabinet position of its own.

Underlying Headaches

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While the actual migration process is not that difficult, getting to the point where you can migrate users and other network objects is a painstaking exercise.

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