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Radeon HD 3870 X2 Goes on Sale

With two of AMD's hottest processors under the hood on one board, the HD 3870 X2 supposedly doubles the performance of AMD's last high-end board.

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ICANN Makes Case for Independence

The organization which oversees the Internet's addressing system -ICANN- says it's ready to be operate without the oversight of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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OLPC Delays Angering Donors

The OLPC's Give One, Get One program launched to an enthusiastic response...now production delays and delivery problems are raising ire amongst some donors.

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Microsoft Quarterly Results Set Record

A strong holiday season pushed Microsoft's second-quarter revenues to new heights, with the company raking in $16.37 billion in revenue.

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AMD Shows Off Budget Radeon 3400 and 3600

Both new designs share genes with the high-end Radeon 3800, but with toned-down performance that will put them under $100.

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Dell and Microsoft See (RED)

Dell and Microsoft are partnering to offer a PRODUCT (RED) computer, donating $80 from each sale to combat HIV/AIDS in Africa.

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Microsoft Permits Vista Virtualization

A year after the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft has lifted its ban on virtualizing Vista's Basic and Premium editions.

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Rumored Portégés to Challenge MacBook Air?

According to one source, Toshiba's lightest upcoming Portégé model will be just an inch thick and weigh just 1.7 lbs.

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CDW: Small Businesses Adopting Vista Faster

According to computer reseller CDW, small businesses are adopting Windows Vista more quickly than medium- to large-sized businesses.

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HP Takes Blackbird Game System Quad Core

Get your frag on: HP's new Blackbird 002 alpha gaming system (and selected Voodoo Omen systems) now feature 45nm Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 quad core processors.

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Lenovo Outsourcing Notebook Production?

Chinese computer maker Taiwan has announced it will be outsourcing production of all its notebook computers...to Taiwan.

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Everex Cloudbook

The Everex Cloudbook could be the ultimate sub-compact notebook computer with a $399 price tag.

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Microsoft Hires Tony Scott as CIO

Microsoft has hired former Disney executive Tony Scott as its new Chief Information Officer, replacing Stuart Scott who was abruptly fired last November.

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30,000 Rally to Save Windows XP

An online petition to save the dated operating system has gained a surprising amount of support from consumers who don't want to be forced into buying Vista.

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Gigabyte to Produce Low-Cost Notebook

With the possibility of an Intel 1.6 GHz processor under the hood, Gigabyte's upcoming notebook has the potential to be one of the snappier low-cost models.

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