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Dell: No significant impact from Centrino 2 delay

The PC maker reports a 43 per cent increase in laptop shipments in Q1

Desktops becoming a less viable business

With thinning margins in the desktop space, PC makers are seeing higher profits and bigger growth in the notebook space

D-Link targets unified communications

Eyeing 50 per cent margins, D-Link is preparing to target the SMB with new UC offerings

SAP cuts low-price support, but promises 24/7 maintenance

One support package will be available to new customers, with expanded services, for 22 per cent of license fees

Windows XP SP3’s Aches, Pains and User Complaints

How to fix some of the most common errors with XP SP3

HP beefs up its application-security software

Security-assurance suite expected to be available in August

Check Point releases full disk encryption

New solution is quick and easy to deploy and scales to any size organization, vendor says

Antispam appliance vendor Barracuda wants to buy Sourcefire

Barracuda makes US$186 million cash offer

BenQ goes back to basics

Canadian expansion will have to wait as the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer focuses closer to home

Shouldn’t more security be involved when faxing signatures?

Plus, kids and television and Google's AppEngine

Less is more when it comes to new business opportunities

It's time for VARs to invest for future growth, and the disties should be pointing the way

Lexmark X560n MFP targets medium-sized workgroups

Three-foot tall, 90-pound printer's strength is speed

IBM releases three servers with AMD’s quad-core processors

Rack servers target users who need large memory systems

Nano processor at heart of Via-Nvidia alliance

Alliance to help Nvidia stave off growing competition from Intel

Giga-byte smart phone waits for Canadian debut

After 20 years in business, motherboard manufacturer designs new products to upgrade customers' lives as well as their businesses

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