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Poor results push Lexmark’s plans ahead of schedule

Printer company said financials were disappointing and therefore will expedite its wireless printing plan

Linksys names will stay for now

Cisco plans on changing brands sometime in the future, plus more on Treehugger.com

Dell buys ASAP Software for US$340 million

Purchase gives it tools that help customers manage their volume license purchases.

American Airlines to test in-flight Wi-Fi

Offering will trial on select transcontinental 767 flights

Report reveals laser printers are spewing unhealthy particulate matter

HP fingered as an offender by researchers

Notebook computer industry faces parts shortages

Hot demand and a massive battery recall are causing shortages of key components for notebook computer makers

Nortel lands huge VoIP win

Will be among world's largest VoIP implementations

Documentum upgrade extends open-source support

Part of EMC's move to a more vendor-neutral framework

IBM revamps to help partners target the SMB market

Big Blue shakes up its sales organization to focus one group on the enterprise and the other on SMBs

A search engine run on emotion

Facebook is doing well and the downside of outsourcing to the military

Understanding double layer media

Double layer DVDR media is going to be around for a long time. It is inexpensive, it plays almost everywhere, and it has tons of capacity

Survey says businesses are having second thoughts about Vista

Cold feet could be hot news for Linux and Mac OS X community

Laser printers could be hazardous to your health

Air quality researchers say exposure to printers may be similar to that of cigarette smoke

Survey predicts growth for FireWire in set top boxes

Trade organization seeks to combat perception standard is in a downward spiral

Dell’s acquisition of Silverback shouldn’t worry channel: observers

However, VARs looking to enter the managed services arena may want to make the move sooner, rather than later

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