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Greenpeace Paints Toxic Symbol On HP HQ

Ecology activists claim that IT giant Hewlett-Packard is doing an about-face on its public statements about eliminating key toxic chemicals in its printers, computers, servers and storage products by the end of 2009

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Hardware Savings Diverted Into Innovative Software

As businesses continue to cut back on IT infrastructure spending—on such items as PCs, telecommunications and networking devices—they are looking to roll those savings into software that can help them drive innovation and give them a competitive edge, according to Gartner analysts

Intel Appeals $880m EC Fine

Intel officials are appealing the European Commission’s $1.45 billion fine for antitrust violations, saying European regulators ignored the realities of a competitive processor market

VMware Reports Revenue Down 36 Percent

Storage virtualisation software maker VMware reports profits of $33 million (£20m) or 8 cents per share, compared with $52 million or 13 cents per share a year ago