> You don't see ten meter-kilograms of torque listed in a technical manual anywhere across the globe, do you?
Nope. The unit is Newton-metres. Now, does anybody want to argue about standardisation of spelling?
If you have no religious objections, take a look at Apple's Mac Mini Server package. It's reasonably priced (for some value of reasonable), and supplies all the components you need, apart from that big external RAID you'll want for shares and back-ups. But, before you jump, check out this review.
The NYT story does not square at all with this recent CNN Money piece, which, among much else, describes how the Reality Distortion Field was being applied six months before product release to turn Gorilla Glass from a discarded research project into a mass-produced product.