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Microsoft Muscles In on OLPC Action

Microsoft plans to put a version of its Windows XP operating system on One Laptop Per Child's platform, XO. The rudimentary computer is aimed at nations that do not have a widespread user base. The low power requirements -- bright screen, and hand crank which can augment available power -- are all k...

HP Embraces Telecom With New Blade Server

HP has expanded its BladeSystem product line -- popular among enterprise customers -- with a carrier-grade version. The platform is "optimized" for the heavy-duty requirements of telecom service providers and network equipment vendors, the company said. The BladeSystem Carrier-Grade Platform is inte...

OLPC Gives Holiday Shoppers More Time to ‘Give One, Get One’

The One Laptop Per Child project is extending a promotional program designed in part to appeal to consumers filled with the holiday spirit of giving. The organization's "Give One, Get One" promotion, initiated on Nov. 12 and originally scheduled to run for two weeks, has been extended until the end...

Report: Internet Data Glut to Be Unmanageable by 2010

If you think accessing Internet data can be slow today, wait until 2010. That's when the Internet information glut could become unmanageable for corporate IT managers and users of enterprise applications, as well as consumers, according to Nemertes Research. In fact, according to Nemertes, avoiding ...

Bango Button Bops Web Content to Your Phone

Will sending Web content to your handheld device be as simple as clicking a button? Mobile software company Bango believes so. Its new Internet-based application simplifies the process of downloading images from social networking sites to cell phones. The software appears as a Bango Button on the ho...

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