Don't-Miss Servers Stories

Apple hints at launch of Nehalem-based Xserve

An Apple Web site has hinted at the launch of Nehalem-based Xserve rack-mount servers.

Report: IBM is in talks to buy Sun Microsystems

The Wall Street Journal says that IBM could pay as much as $6.5 billion

Intel to shut four plants, lay off 6,000

Chip-maker Intel is slashing prices, closing plants, and laying off employees after a bad financial quarter.

Expo Notes: Digitize your paper trail with NeatReceipts

The Mac version of NeatReceipts is feature-equal to its Windows counterpart. The interface of the receipt-scanning software has been cleaned up as well.

Parallels Server updated to fix crashes

Parallels Server has been updated fixing the cause of several crashes with the application including one that resulted in a kernel panic in the virtual operating system.

HP unveils Mac compatible home media server

HP introduced a new home media server, compatible with both Macs and PCs. The server can act as a centralized iTunes Library, as well as a Time Machine backup for Mac users.

Google's Schmidt: Innovation must come first

Google's Eric Schmidt calls for new government spending to improve broadband and encourage alternative energies.

Survey: One DNS server in 10 is 'trivially vulnerable'

Over a million of the Internet's DNS servers are still vulnerable to a cache-poisoning attack patched in July.

IBM sues to block executive’s move to Apple

IBM is suing one of its top executives, a server guru who is trying to take a job with Apple.

MozyPro for Mac brings backup to business

EMC has announced MozyPro for Mac, a version of the online backup service targeted at businesses.

Intel’s six-core Dunnington chip hits the market

Intel is shipping its latest Xeon chip, the six-core Xeon 7400.

LaCie intros Network Space media server

LaCie introduced a new Neil Poulton designed media server in capacities of 500 gigabytes to 1 terabyte.

More cores, bigger cache give boost to Dunnington

More cores and a bigger cache should give Dunnington a boost over Intel's current Xeon processors