Ex-HP chief Fiorina to pen memoir about her career

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Time is running out for optical disc format compromise

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Speed and heat are out at the world's largest chipmaker; power management and cool are in. This week Intel will reveal details about a new chip architecture that will allow the company to put a lid on the runaway power consumption of its Pentium 4 an...

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