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Windows XP is still running thousands of websites worldwide

It's not just diehard individuals clinging to XP. More than 6,000 websites worldwide still use it, and nearly a third of those are in the United States.

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Intel and SGI cool servers by dunking them

The companies are exploring a cooling technique that submerses electronics in a special fluid developed by 3M.

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Nvidia announces Pascal GPU, $3K Titan Z graphics card

Nvidia paves the way for future photorealistic rendering on servers and workstations with announcements that include a new chip architecture, a massive graphics card, plus embedded boards and appliances.

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Lenovo rallies troops after rivals swoop on IBM server deal

The move follows Meg Whitman portraying HP as a 'paragon of stability'

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Flashy, storage-happy supercomputers due in 2015

Supercomputers funded by National Science Foundation and due for deployment in 2015 will have petabytes of storage.

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Server market revenue down 4.4 percent in fourth quarter

Taiwanese makers of servers continue to see robust growth

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For-pay firmware fallout: HP will provide free security updates for server buyers

The company said it will provide security and safety updates to all server users

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HP starts charging for server firmware updates

Hewlett-Packard says its firware updates for servers are valuable intellectual property, and soon the company will charge for access.

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Lenovo agrees to buy IBM's server business for $2.3 billion

IBM calls it quits in low-end servers.

ARM server chip pioneer Calxeda shuts down

Calxeda folds operations after it failed to find additional capital.