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HP and IBM duel over blade thermal benchmarks

HP released a study performed by Sine Nomine Associates (and paid for by HP) claiming that its BladeSystem c-Class servers use 27 per cent less power than IBM's BladeCenter-H models. IBM wasn't fully prepped to respond to the thermal footprint claims, but according to a vnunet.

March 8, 2007 by Dan Farber

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What comes after seat belts

Today's top story concerns a surveillance technology aimed at putting the government behind the wheel of your car (well, motorcycle). The UK is considering installing GPS-enabled governors in motorcycles.

March 7, 2007 by Ed Gottsman

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Podcast: Microsoft and Google copyright spat, Virtual PC and Emotiv's brain gaming

This week on the Dan & David Show, we discuss the recent disparaging remarks aimed at Google's book search project made by Microsoft's associate general counsel, Microsoft's Virtual PC 2007 and Emotiv's human-computer mind melding technology.  This podcast can be delivered directly to your desktop or MP3 player if you're subscribed to our podcasts (See ZDNet's podcasts: How to tune in).

March 7, 2007 by Dan Farber

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CIO Sessions: Tim Stanley, Harrah's Entertainment

In this CIO Sessions video, Harrah's Entertainment CIO Tim Stanley talks about his high-tech vision for attracting customers to the world’s most popular casino destinations, from implementing business intelligence software to deploying wireless gadgets and RFID. Stanley is also Harrah's chief innovation officer.

March 7, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Looming work stoppage: Free NCAA March madness

CBS will be streaming the NCAA tournament online, also known as March Madness for free, sucking up network bandwidth and lowering work productivity across America. Viewers can watch up to 56 games from the first three rounds of the Championship--you'll have to pay for the final rounds.

March 7, 2007 by Dan Farber

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