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IBM holds lead on Top500 Supercomputers list

IBM's BlueGene/L topped a list of the world's 500 most powerful supercomputing systems.

Adobe Systems CFO resigns

Adobe Systems's chief financial officer, Randy Furr, resigned Thursday after only six months on the job, the software company said.

HP sues over its ink patents

Hewlett-Packard filed a court complaint against Korea-based InkTec for violating HP's ink patents in cartridge refilling products InkTec sells.

HP's Dunn blames ex-board member for downfall

In a CBS News interview, former Hewlett-Packard chairmen Patricia Dunn and Carly Fiorina said director Thomas Perkins orchestrated their ousters.

HP's Dunn, four others indicted in pretexting case

The California Attorney General announced indictments against former Hewlett-Packard Chairman Patricia Dunn and four others.

Analysis: Corporate leak probes walk a fine line

Tech companies have to balance their right to protect secrets with the right to privacy. As the recent HP brouhaha indicates, that's not always easy to do.

HP CEO: Pretexting probe a 'rogue' investigation

HP CEO Mark Hurd will blame a 'rogue' investigation for the company's scandal in testimony before Congress Thursday.

HP's Hurd confirms he OK'd probe; Dunn resigns

HP CEO and President Mark Hurd Friday confirmed that he approved a controversial internal probe of HP employees.

Dunn to 'set the record straight' in HP case

HP’s Dunn vows to “set the record straight” about spying allegations during a speech in San francisco Wednesday night.

HP's Dunn to testify before House on spying scandal

HP Chairman Patricia Dunn will testify before a House committee investigating HP’s pretexting scandal.

The hard disk drive turns 50

Silicon Valley turns out to mark today's 50th anniversary of the computer hard disk drive technology.

Justice Dept. looks into HP spying allegations

The U.S. Department of Justice as well as the ranking members of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee are looking into Hewlett-Packard's conduct during a company probe into media leaks.

Report: AOL fires CTO in wake of search scandal

AOL fired its CTO and two others in the wake of the controversy over posting private search results of subscribers, the Wall Street Journal reported.