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New Xeon to give Intel a turbo boost

This release places pressure on rival AMD to execute on roadmap

Is the Palm Pre coming out next month?

Plus, the managed services market and the disk storage market

Novell releases SUSE Linux Enterprise 11

SLE 11 has a number of enhancements designed to help companies cost-effectively run mission-critical applications in a mixed IT environment

Your price is too high!

Five tips for handling the single most common sales objection

IP issues could be slowing IBM-Sun talks, experts say

A myriad of patent and licensing agreements make any merger discussions a complex affair.

Google cuts 200 jobs

With this cut, Google has scaled back its expectations for global sales and partnerships in 2009

Gartner: A business guide to Twitter

Useful resource but be aware of security, analyst says

Nvidia countersues Intel for breach of contract

Nvidia wants to sell chipsets compatible with Intel's latest Nehalem chip

Mac Mini offers versatility, better graphics

The new Mac Mini packs a moderate processing punch, much-improved graphic response and runs quiet as a mouse

Someone finally makes money from Twitter

Plus, a peak inside an ITIL extravaganza and seven questions on unified communications

Jim Estill reveals why he is leaving Synnex Canada

Brand new opportunity in another industry has lured the 30 year veteran away from distribution

Marathon Technologies’ partner plans for Canada

U.S.-based software solution vendor wants Citrix and Microsoft partners to help it go to market

Dell’s new money saving portfolio

New products lower business TCO, power and cooling costs, and simplify systems management

IBM layoffs continue

Big blue offered laid-off workers a chance to move to overseas regional divisions

Dell denies charges in worker discrimination suit

Dell says it treats employees fairly in response to allegations that it segregated and terminated women and older workers

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