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Mail.com’s Big Move Out Of Advertising

Mail.com Inc. is getting out of the online advertising...

Convertibles Shown at Javits Show

NEW YORK -- Amidst the hollowed halls and exhibition...

Dell Jumps on the Linux Cluster Bandwagon

NEW YORK -- Eager to show its support for...

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Office Goes to Work in the Enterprise

NEW YORK -- In the biggest product launch in the company's history, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates on Tuesday rolled out the Microsoft Office System and immediately did his best to address the greatest...

Microsoft Launches Next-Generation Office System

NEW YORK -- Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced the general availability of the new Microsoft Office System, the biggest upgrade for the popular personal productivity desktop software in the company's history. The rebranded Microsoft Office System,...

Another Microsoft Patch, Another Masquerade

Trying to capitalize on the latest mega-patch released last week by Microsoft, a strain of the SWEN/Gibe virus is once again posing as a Microsoft security patch in an effort to trick users into running a so-called...

Spreading the Word About Office

When Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Group Vice President Jeff Raikes swing open the doors to Office 2003, arguably the single biggest upgrade in the line's history, Microsoft is hoping to usher in a new era...

EDS Mulls IPO of PLM Unit

EDS on Monday said it would consider selling off a minority stake of its Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Solutions subsidiary either through an initial public offering or privately negotiated transaction as a strategic...

Opera Platform Takes Stage

Ahead of next week's massive ITU conference in Geneva, Opera Software on Friday has unveiled a new platform designed to fully integrate technology from the Oslo-based company's well-known browser with a handheld device's local applications and an...

HotSync Heats Up With Outlook

With the introduction of its new fall line-up Wednesday, Palm is trumpeting its ability to respond to its customers' needs. And one user group in particular will likely benefit from the Santa Clara,...

Geer Says He Knew What Was @Stake

Daniel Geer, the now-unemployed author of a report critical of monopolistic technologies, doesn't understand what all the hoopla is about. The long-time network security specialist, who was trained as a bio-statistician, explained that all he wanted...

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