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It does everything but the driving

Jerry Fiddler, founder of Wind River, demos his company's telematics system, which handles climate control and entertainment, helps with navigation and route planning, and, with the addition of a GSM card, can serve as your no-hands car phone.

May 19, 2003

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GM kills the engine

GM shows off its "Hy-Wire," a fully functioning prototype vehicle with no steering wheel, no pedals, and (most importantly) no combustion engine. It runs instead on hydrogen fuel cells, which means the only thing coming out of the tail pipe is water vapor.

May 19, 2003

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Software solution models: Ready for change?

In an exclusive Face to Face interview, ZDNet's Dan Farber asks salesforce.com founder and CEO Marc Benioff about his ambition to "destroy" software as it is today, why he doesn't fear competition and why he believes his software model will prove to be history's most profitable.

May 16, 2003

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IBM unleashes T-Rex mainframe

At an event in San Francisco, IBM introduces a powerful new mainframe code-named T-Rex. The z990 can process 11,000 transactions per second and packs four times the memory of its predecessor, the z900.

May 13, 2003

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All E3 videos - for tracking only

At the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference in New Orleans, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates touts the performance benefits of 64-bit computing and shows how this generational leap in technology is already revolutionizing digital content creation.

May 9, 2003

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