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Intel to ship dual-core Sandy Bridge chips on Feb. 20

Intel will ship dual-core Core i5 and Core i7 microprocessors based on Sandy Bridge for end-user laptops and ultraportablesrnrn

HP delays shipments of laptops with Intel’s new chips

HP is delaying shipments of new Pavilion laptops, possibly a result of Intel's Sandy Bridge chipset flawrnrn

VMware preps public cloud with services, connector

VMware's free cloud connector plug-in will set the stage for private-public cloud hybrids, the company assertsrnrn

SAP brings Business ByDesign to Canada

The software vendor is looking for a new breed of partners to bring its on-demand ERP to Canadian businesses

IT pioneer and legend passes away

Digital Equipment Corp. founder Ken Olsen dies at age 84

Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 560 Ti makes a strong push for the midrange graphics card crown

Employee-owned versus company-owned mobile devices

Plus, HP revamps its new TouchSmart 610 all-in-one PC line and Toshiba's 3D TVs

The Gretzky approach to risk management

Risk management doesn't necessarily mean the complete elimination of all risk

HP aims to bridge gap between desktops and tablets

HP says it is evolving new all-in-one desktops that could serve as application development platforms for tabletsrnrn

RIM pushing WebWorks for phone, PlayBook development

The platform lets developers use familiar Web tools to write apps that look native on BlackBerry devicesrnrn

ARM CEO: No rush to design 64-bit server chip

ARM CEO Warren East says a sizeable chunk of today's server apps get by with 32-bit addressingrnrn

Microsoft adds phony e-mail to your Hotmail account

Here's how to use Microsoft's new alias servicernrn

Dell Vostro V130

The latest addition to Dell's small-business lineup of laptops is fine for garden-variety multimedia

The Internet Society announces World IPv6 Day

Plus, why Apple should reveal its executive succession planning and LG's Optimus Pad tablet

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