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Geekspeak: January 15, 2001

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Scanners Helping Machines Get Better Acquainted

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.

Entering E-biz? Help Is Here

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Avnet, IBM hold solutions providers' hands, as they dive into e-business integration.

Lotus enters IBM universe

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Lotus will gain closer ties to IBM.

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.

Kingsnake.com Is Classic Small-to-Small E-commerce

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The most popular pet-related Web site during the week of Dec. 14 was not Petco or PetsMart, according to the traffic trackers at 100hot.com.

Getting Down to the Truth

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As we enter 2001, an obvious gap between past fantasy and present reality is our lack of computers that care about telling the truth.

IBM Ships eServer z900

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IBM has begun shipping the eServer z900, which it calls the "reinvented mainframe" and the successor to its popular S/390 line.

PC Slump Leaves Vendors Up in Air

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Downturn looks open-ended in '01.

Geekspeak: December 18, 2000

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In director Stanley Kubrick's prescient "2001: A Space Odyssey," Kubrick and collaborator Arthur C. Clarke envisioned a spacecraft the length of a football field with a master computer that knew the condition of every system on board.

Chip Advancements are Outpacing PC Parts

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Seeking to feed a perceived need for speed, Intel Corp. and IBM last week touted microprocessor advances that will result in chips that are capable of setting new speed records.

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