AMD's mobile 380MHz K6-III processor makes its debut this week, posing some serious competition for Intel's mobile offerings.
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Next week Harvey Norman will release a $999 PC. Designed for "first-time" users, the Signature multi-media PC is based on a Cyrix MII 300 processor.
It appears that Microsoft is taking the threat of competition posed by Linux seriously. The software vendor has reportedly assembled a team of marketing and technology staff to fight a war with the open-source operating system.
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