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Red Hat aims at standardization with Linux for 64-bit ARM servers

Red Hat wants Linux for ARM servers to avoid the fragmentation that plagued Unix in decades past

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AMD's new 64-bit ARM board points way to x86 coexistence

AMD's 64-bit server development board has the company's first ARM processors on board.

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Mobile devices to get faster LP-DDR4 memory next year

LP-DDR4 memory will start appearing in tablets next year, two years earlier than expected

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Non-IBM Power8 servers to appear early next year

Servers, chips and components are under development as part of third-party licensing deals

Why Small Businesses Need to Spring for Business-Class Internet Access

There are a variety of benefits to business-class Internet, and a number of potential pitfalls to running a business from a consumer Internet connection.

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Qualcomm faces hurdles collecting royalties from China

China has opened an anti-monopoly investigation against Qualcomm

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ARM develops second wave of 64-bit processors

ARM's Maya and Artemis chips are already being licensed to mobile device makers

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ARM's chip licensing revenue and profit keep on rising

But royalty revenue from shipments of chips containing its designs has stalled as mobile operators sell off older phones

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CEO Whitman to chair HP's board

Whitman joined HP in 2011 and is leading its turnaround effort

Server Hardware Down, But Not Out Yet

IBM’s effort to sell off its server hardware business is a sign of an ominous trend, but don’t toss out your servers just yet.

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TSMC Q2 profit up 15.2 percent, 20-nanometer chips start shipping

TSMC posted strong earnings, partly on growing adoption of 4G LTE technologies

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Intel's Haswell coming to Xeon E5 chips this quarter

The Xeon E5 chips code-named Grantley are the next generation of Intel's biggest-selling class of server chips

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Intel keeps Skylake PC processors on schedule for next year

Intel is still trying to pin down an exact release date for Skylake

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Intel to ship Galileo Gen2 open-source computer in August for $60

Intel's competitor to the Raspberry Pi could be used to create robots, 3D printers, wearables.

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Wireless could come to more Arduino boards with Atmel buy

Chip maker Atmel agrees to buy Newport Media and its wireless technologies for $140 million.