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Apr 16 2007   6:43AM GMT

Channel news: Intel to build WiMax to laptops; CA exec fined $800M

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Intel to build WiMAX into laptops in 2008 IDF ‘Montevina’ Centrino details revealed. [TheReg]

Ex-Executive Agrees to Pay $800 Million in Restitution The former chief executive of Computer Associates will pay $800 million to investors who lost money because of the company’s accounting fraud.  [NYT]

IBM sells energy-efficient Intel and AMD rack and BladeCenter servers IBM is offering more energy-efficient rack and blade servers that use reduced watt processors from AMD and Intel.
[SearchDataCenter.com]

Microsoft DNS server flaw called dangerous Security researchers say Microsoft may respond to the DNS server flaw with an out of cycle patch. [SearchSecurity.com]

Microsoft Urges Review of Google-DoubleClick Deal Microsoft contends that Google’s $3.1 billion deal to buy DoubleClick would hurt competition in the online advertising market. [NYT]

Intel restyles laptop as wireless fashion accessory IDF Cable-less connectivity, charging. [TheReg]

Microsoft sheds light on Flash rival Looking to dethrone Adobe’s Web video tool,
Redmond to unveil a browser plug-in called Silverlight. [CNET]

Report: CIOs, Stop Squandering Your Time A Gartner report identifies six time-wasting tendencies CIOs should avoid in order to improve their performance and demonstrate their value. [eWEEK]

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