Intel will be launching new four core 45nm Intel Core Extreme “Penryn” processors in Q4 2007, a few months ahead of schedule. The top of the line proc. is likely to hit 3.33GHz, run a 1333MHz system bus and hold 12MB of L2 cache.

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In a stunning discovery, Eben Moglen, legal counsel to the Free Software Foundation, reveals that the much vaunted MS/Novell “vouchers” have a fatal flaw: There is no expiration date. Confused? Read on and see how the upcoming GPL 3 may grant patent immunity to not just Novell users, but ALL Linux users.

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As predicted, Apple released revised MacBooks today.Apple(R) today updated its MacBook(R) consumer notebooks with faster Intel Core 2 Duo processors, 1GB of memory and larger hard drives in every model. The MacBook is just one-inch thin and features built-in 802.11n wireless networking for up to fiv…

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Security researchers get around to finding flaws in IPv6 that were dealt with in IPv4 years ago. Ars looks at the issue of IPv6’s source routing and how big of a problem it really is.

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Gates said an accelerating consumer shift to digital lifestyles had helped make the operating system the fastest selling in history, and that premium editions have accounted for 78 percent of Vista sales.

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8-core or quad-core Mac Pro workstation
Meet the latest addition to the Mac Pro family: The world
’s first 3.0GHz, 8-core Intel Xeon-based Mac Pro. Consider the bar officially raised.

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Microsoft Corp. said on Monday that it had sold more than 20 million Windows Vista licenses in the first month since the operating system’s general debut on January 30. The world’s biggest software maker said the pace of Vista adoption is at more than twice the rate of its predecessor, which had sold 17 million licenses after its first two months.

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