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David Bradley - mannen bakom den trefingriga saluten Ctrl-Alt-Del går i pension efter 28 år hos IBM.
Första skalpen för Mydoom
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Mydoom står för 30 procent av all e-post-trafik och maskens skapare har lyckats i uppsåtet att stänga www.sco.com. Både Microsoft och SCO har utfäst var sin belöning på 250 000 dollar för att spåra och sätta fast virusmaskens skapare.
Neuer Batterietyp übertrifft Alkali-Zellen
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Bis zu zweimal mehr Leistung als gebräuchliche Alkali-Batterien soll eine neue Trockenzelle liefern, an der der japanische Elektrokonzern Matsushita arbeitet.
Selon P. Pistorio, la reprise du marché des puces devancera celle des marchés PC et du réseautage
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Pasquale Pistorio, PDG de STMicroelectronics, est convaincu du retour graduel à la croissance du marché des semi-conducteurs. Il a précisé que « ST est avantageusement placé pour croître plus rapidement » que le bond de 23 % qu'il avait précédemment avancé pour 2004.
IEEE gears up for Ethernet backplane standard
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The IEEE could start work as early as March on a plan to draft its first standard for Ethernet-based backplanes, aiming to address a broad range of computer and communications gear.
STMicro legt ehrgeizige Ziele vor
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STMicroelectronics will schneller wachsen als der Halbleitermarkt. Nach dem eher schwachen Abschluss des Jahres 2003, hat Pasquale Pistorio, Chef des größten europäischen Chipherstellers, seinen Ehrgeiz neu entdeckt.
Intel va jeter son dévolu sur AMD en réduisant le prix de ses processeurs Prescott et Yamhill
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Intel Corp. a revêtu son armure et se prépare à mener une attaque en tenaille contre son rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD).
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