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Alexander Wolfe is a former editor for InformationWeek.
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posted in May 2005

Intel Expected To Showcase Dual-Core PCs

5/25/2005
Intel Corp. on Thursday is expected to unveil a desktop PC design built around the company's new dual-core Pentium D processor, along with a separate office lineup dubbed the Professional Business Platform.

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OSDL Axes Staffers In Overseas Refocus

5/24/2005
The Open Source Development Labs, the Beaverton, Ore.-based Linux consortium that's the professional home of Linus Torvalds, has axed staffers in a layoff intended to refocus the operation on its new mission as an advocate for Linux in emerging overseas markets.

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C++ Gets A Multicore Tuneup

5/24/2005
In a bid to ease the burden of programmers trying to write software that can take full advantage of dual-core and multithreading processors, a Canadian computer-science professor has developed a set of extensions to the popular C++ programming language.

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Intel's New CEO Faces Broad Challenges

5/16/2005
Paul Otellini, who takes over as Intel's CEO on Wednesday, is intent on maintaining double-digit growth by changing the way the semiconductor company markets its processors, expanding in communications and medical IT, and driving deeper into emerging markets.

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Intel Demos Dual-Core Xeons

5/6/2005
Moving aggressively ahead with its plans to field a full range of dual-core microprocessors, Intel is demoing two working servers running upcoming dual-core implementations of Xeon.

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