Dell buys ASAP Software for $340 Million

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Toshiba launching wireless USB laptop dock

If you do a decent amount of traveling as part of your job, chances are high that you use a laptop as your primary machine. But why not enjoy a full-size display, keyboard and mouse when you’re at Read more…
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ALSO NOTED: Ballmer expects 1 billion Windows users by 2008; Dell’s tiny M1330 finally starts shipping;

> Dell’s tiny M1330 finally starts shipping. Blog > Ballmer expects 1 billion Windows users by the end of 2008. Read more…
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ALSO NOTED: Dell tablet on the way?; Fon inks a deal with Time Warner Cable;

> OLPC shipments delayed until Q4? Article
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Breaking limits: Better living through storage

I’m not sure what it is today but there seems to be a lot of news from the storage front. First off is Hitachi’s new Deskstar 7K100, which the folks at Gizmodo have tipped as “the

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Dell cans Axim, PDA death knell rings loud and clear

Dell has officially discontinued its Axim line of PDAs, the only product that the company sold in that market segment. “The Axim X51 family is no longer being offered, and we have no plans for a

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VESA okays DisplayPort 1.1 spec

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced today that it has approved DisplayPort 1.1, a standard that it hopes will replace DVI and VGA as the de facto standard for both

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Dell "Web 2.0" data centers built-to-order

In the late 19th and early 20th century, electric fever held most of the world’s population in its grasp. No, I’m not talking about some sort of gadget-induced disease, I’m talking about the

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Industry backs XML spec for IT management

Web specs come and go, but it’s not often that you see a laundry list of industry heavyweights getting behind a spec for IT management. But that’s exactly what’s brewing: Microsoft, IBM, Cisco

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