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The future is in shape-shifting robots and wireless power

Intel believes where there's a wireless hot spot, you could have a power hotspot

CA changes channel structure

CA's Canadian channel chief Pino Biase is gone as a result

Q9 Networks Inc. to be acquired by ABRY Partners

Canadian outsourced data centre services provider agrees to a $17.05 per share cash buyout

Resellers are working together more than ever

Customers want to have relations with less vendors, while channel partners are finally networking

Microsoft details plans for new social bookmarking tool

New tool to be released early next month and targets Microsoft's technical audience

Red Hat admits breach of its servers, Fedora

Company converts to new Fedora signing keys after its infrastructure servers were compromised

Time working against AMD’s asset-light plans

AMD wants to sell its chip plants, but financial problems will make it difficult, says analyst

One analyst’s outlook on future trends in data warehouses

Plus, the booming server market and Acer drops its prices on its Aspire One notebooks

High tech on the silver screen

The movies that turned the IT industry into a star

CompuCom acquires Getronics’ North American operations

Nationwide reseller completes buy of the one time Wang Laboratories

New Avnet boss is driving a vertical solutions focus

Reflecting on his first 100 days, Avnet's Jeff Bawol says Canadian partners are better positioned to succeed in server virtualization

SSDs are hot, but not without security risks

Solid-state drives offer more data security than traditional hard drives, but experts caution that they may be prone to hacks and data erasing issues

Vista users rush for SP1, XP owners dawdle on SP3

Windows XP users were generally happy with SP2, Windows performance and metrics researcher, Devil Mountain Software says

Asustek turns to Celerons amid Atom shortage

Intel CEO says Atom shortage is due to chip supply chain problems and strong demand

Dell gains, Sun loses in worldwide server market

Nudging Sun out of third place, Dell now holds the spot

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