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Corel Bows Out of Linux Distribution Race

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Corel Corp.'s announcement last week that it will sell off its Linux desktop distribution unit will have little impact on the open-source community.

Yes, He Does Windows

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Need to manage desktops from afar? Sit back, relax and let Everdream do the dirty work.

Dopey Idea?

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Some people suggested Bear Stearns PC analyst Andrew Neff went off the deep end with his recent "manifesto" that urges major computer makers to give up the fight and consolidate.

Slowing PC Sales Spur Diverse Strategies

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Dell to pursue market share, price cuts; Compaq takes profits-over-sales route, shunning price war.

Look for the Payoff in Poor Earnings

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Earnings reports last week swooped down like an Alberta Clipper, suggesting the economy is headed for the deep freeze.

Another Big Idea

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Hewlett-Packard needs your help.

Light Strategy

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Intel pushes to make optical nets more efficient

Mixed Reactions From Down South

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IBM says Lotus allies need not worry about changes to partner program.

Cast Your Vote For New Voting Machine

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What bugs me about Microsoft, Dell and Unisys teaming up to invent a more perfect voting process is that top executives at the first two companies either aligned themselves with a presidential candidate or hinted strongly as to their preference.

Look Whos Talking: January 15, 2001

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When I'm hungry for rumors, I reach for the Computer Associates grapevine.

High-Altitude Headache

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While it may be the toughest part of the implementation, the action's not just at the Windows 2000 Server.

More help for Windows 2000

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With Lanutil32 elite 5.02, vector networks continues its foray into desktop management.

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