Robert Mullins

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US firm pleads guilty to banned exports

A California seller of servers and other computer components has pleaded guilty to selling products to Iran in violation of federal export controls, the U.S. Attorney's office in San Francisco reported.

FBI joins probe into HP’s spying allegations

The U.S. Department of Justice is asking questions about conduct by Hewlett-Packard Co. that has embroiled the technology company in controversy. A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in San Francisco, Luke Macaulay, said the Federal Bureau of Investigation is joining the U. S. Attorney in "investigating the processes employed" by HP.

HP unveils servers with dual-core Itanium chip

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) is launching two servers using Intel Corp.'s new dual-core Itanium chip in a bid to gain market traction for the troubled Itanium line.

40 server vendors to use Intel ‘Tulsa’ chips

At least 40 server manufacturers announced plans to incorporate Intel Corp.'s new dual-core 64-bit Xeon 7100 processor, dubbed "Tulsa," into upcoming servers.

AOL fires CTO over search scandal

AOL LLC has fired its chief technology officer (CTO) in the wake of a controversy in which the Web portal and Internet service provider released private search results of thousands of its subscribers, the Wall Street Journal Online reported.

IBM taking open-source ‘Beyond Linux’

IBM Corp. is expanding its open-source strategy beyond Linux by targeting eight new technology areas where it will focus open-source attention going forward.

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