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(PhysOrg.com) -- While today's top-line personal computers boast of dual- or quad-core processors to handle complex workloads, experts predict hundreds or even thousands of core processors may be commonplace within the next decade.
A system that can more effectively detect possible cyber security attacks within large organizations - including government agencies -- is being developed with the assistance of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Debian developer Alexander Reichle-Schmehl presented Debian GNU/kFreeBSD at the Open Source Forum at CeBIT. The FreeBSD port should become an official part of the upcoming Debian version 6.0 free distro.
Holds fire on Google Wave
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ServerAlive runs virtual image until failed server is fixed
Completes bare metal hypervisor range
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DNS Security Extensions to tighten domain names
Sybase brings CRM and workflow to mobiles