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April 15, 2008 by

News to know: Zune VideoX; Intel; AMD; Dell; Apple

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Zune VideoX: Microsoft's iTunes killer?Vista SP1 available in more languagesThere's more than one way to meshLarry Dignan: Intel's quarter on target: The tech sector exhalesDell rolls out AMD quad-core servers; AMD lands VMware certification Seagate cuts June quarter outlook Video: Hi-tech shoe shoppingGarett Rogers: Add videos of your business to Google Maps Paula Rooney: Sun debuts MySQL 5.

November 5, 2007 by

A new music recommendation system from Sun

A music store like Apple iTunes contains more than 5 million songs today. And there are plenty of similar music stores online. With people posting online their own creations or excerpts of the concerts they attend, it's possible that a million new songs appear every day in a near future on the web. So how will you find new music you like? Right now, two approaches are prevalent: Amazon and other sites use collaborative filtering while Pandora and others use content matching. Both approaches are time-consuming, using both humans and computers. Now, according to Network World, Sun Microsystems is about to release an open source music recommendation technology far superior to current systems and totally automated. Read more...

May 7, 2002 by

Wildcat chips available to PC makers

Graphics chipmaker 3DLabs announced that the Wildcat III 6100 and Wildcat III 6210, the latest versions of the company's high-end graphics products, are now available to PC makers. The chips are intended for workstations, high-performance PCs used for tasks such as drafting and animation. The company also announced that its Wildcat II chip is now available in the XVR-500, a graphic card built by Sun Microsystems for use in the company's Sun Blade workstations and Sun Fire servers. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News

December 27, 2000 by

IBM claims fastest entry-level Unix workstation

IBM on Thursday proclaimed a new version of its entry-level 64-bit RS/6000 44 P Model 170 Unix workstation--the fastest entry-level Unix workstation. The company says the addition of a faster 450MHz Power3 II processor and new IBM GXT6000P graphics board allow the workstation to best rivals, such as Sun Microsystems.

August 13, 2000 by

Sun delivers XML graphic tools

Sun Microsystems delivers tools to help developer community leverage XML standards for graphics. Read on to find out more about these technologies involved: JavaT and XML-based Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)...


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