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You know how some things go out of fashion here in the US, but they continue to live on in Europe? We're talking about things like Speedos, very colorful shirts and house music. In the computer biz, add Packard Bell to that list. As we reminded you back in late June, Packard Bell withdrew from the A

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Just a couple of months after making an offer for Packard Bell's BV PC subsidiary, eMachines founder Lap Shun Hui has now set his sights on Gateway, the very same company he sold eMachines to for some $290 million all the way back in 2004. He doesn't want the whole company though, just its retail bu

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Some of our older readers may remember using Packard Bell gear all the way back when the consumer electronics industry consisted of just radios and TV sets, and even the younger crowd probably played on a PB or two after the name was sold to a budget computer manufacturer in the mid-80's. Well even

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