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  • HP unites on SMB strategy

    Despite a stronghold on the midmarket, Hewlett-Packard is solidifying its SMB strategy in an attempt to garner a bigger portion of the pie. 

  • HP beats Dell (again) at its own game

    Hewlett-Packard surpassed rival Dell in personal computer sales for the second straight quarter. But some analysts raise doubts that the computer giant can sustain the momentum, pointing to an atypical second quarter sales forecast and slippage in ov... 

  • VMware coaxes SMBs with low-cost management tool

    SMBs that have downloaded VMware Server for free now have the option of buying a low-cost virtualization management product from VMware. 

  • Vista adoption off to a slow start

    SMB adoption of Vista will be relatively modest. Still, there are a lot of businesses prepared to make the move. 

  • Startup to launch safer notebook battery

    Boston-Power Inc. plans to show off a battery Tuesday that it claims is a lot like conventional lithium ion batteries but with a difference: It is less likely to blow up. 

  • You can't pretext an exploding laptop: 2006 winners and losers

    They were the biggest losers -- and the biggest winners. From exploding laptops to a 29-year-old media millionaire, 2006 saw players either rising from the ashes, or falling from grace. Senior writer Linda Tucci picks her favorites of 2006. 

  • French firm to buy APC for $6.1 billion

    American Power Conversion, a data center power supply company is being bought by French electric equipment maker Schneider Electric. Schneider plans to merge its offerings with APC's line, which could affect the products that data center managers buy... 

  • Battery recall puts strain on Sony

    Sony Corp. said a recall of up to 9.6 million of its personal computer batteries was overwhelming its production capacity and warned that it could lose some of that business to its rivals. 

  • IBM makes another pitch to midmarket

    IBM on Tuesday plans to unveil the first in a new line of product bundles encompassing hardware, software and technical assistance as it looks to increase its sales to small and medium-sized companies. 

  • More Sony batteries recalled

    Toshiba Corp. will recall 340,000 laptop computers worldwide due to defective batteries made by Sony Corp. Toshiba will replace batteries installed in eight models of its Dynabook and Dynabook Satellite series produced between March and May this year...