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Microsoft Lures Java Developers into .NET

In a move intended to attract Java developers, Microsoft on Monday released a new programming tool that rounds out its .NET software strategy ...

Timeline for Tech Comeback

In every quarter since the dot-com meltdown began gathering steam, industry analysts and investment bankers have been predicting a tech comeback. ...

Cisco Closes Buyouts of Two Networking Players

Cisco Systems this week completed two acquisitions aimed at augmenting some of its product lines. ...

Yahoo! Serves Up Wine Online

Yahoo! on Tuesday announced a multiyear deal with USWineAuction to bring the wine seller's entire inventory of collectible bottles to Yahoo's auction site ...

HP Rolls Out Revamped Printers in $1B Push

In the largest product rollout in Hewlett-Packard's history, the company announced it will launch more than 50 new imaging and printing products between now and early 2003 ...

Northwest Pulls Plug on Priceline

Northwest Airlines has discontinued its relationship with online travel auctioneer Priceline ...

Sun Fights Uphill Price War with Low-End Server

In an ongoing battle against Intel-based competition, Sun Microsystems introduced itslong-awaited four-processor "Cherrystone" server ...

EBay Targets Office Rental Market

In an effort to attract users from the small business arena, eBay has forged a deal with office outsourcer Regus to help businesses find and rent equipped offices ...

The Hidden Costs of Running an E-Commerce Site

A company with a well-known brand spent millions building an e-commerce site with all the technological bells and whistles. Legacy systems were integrated, e-business processes streamlined and customer support programs fine-tuned ...

Cisco Beefs Up Network Security

Cisco Systems has taken another step toward moving intelligent services from the center to the edge of mid-size networks by beefing up security features of its Cisco Catalyst switching portfolio ...

Novell Makes $212M Buy To Boost Web Services

Novell has announced plans to acquire SilverStream Software in a US$212 million cash deal designed to strengthen the networking software maker's position in the nascent Web services market ...

HP: To Kill or Not To Kill E-Biz Software Unit

Hewlett-Packard delivered conflicting reports this week about the future of its e-business software unit ...

EBay Ups Ante with Real-Time Wireless Bids

EBay on Wednesday launched a new wireless service that will let avid auction users bid in real-time. ...

New IBM Notebooks Target Small-Business Market

IBM on Tuesday launched a new fleet of computer systems designed to meet the price and performance needs of the small business and education markets ...

Toshiba Topples Dell in Global Notebook Battle

The notebook war is heating up as mobile computers continue to steal market share from desktop machines. And in the latest chapter of the ongoing battle for notebook supremacy, Toshiba has toppled Dell in the worldwide market ...

Rising Startups of E-Commerce

When you think of successful e-commerce startups, Amazon.com, Yahoo! and eBay no doubtcome to mind. But these online giants have long since moved past the startup phase ...

Amazon Ponies Up Affiliate Fees for Used Products

In a move to spur members of its affiliate program to sell more used goods, Amazon.com has begun paying affiliate Web sites a 2.5 percent referral fee on the sale of used items ...

IBM Inks $194M IT Deal

IBM on Wednesday announced a five-year, US$194 million agreement to provide electronic payments processor TSYS with hardware, software and other services ...

Amazon Tests Catalog, Restaurant Listings

Amazon.com is testing two new features -- catalog merchant pages and restaurant listings -- in an effort to generate additional revenue and drive more traffic to its Web site ...

Sun Still Expects Profitable Quarter

Sun Microsystems recently confirmed that it expects to return to profitability in the second quarter, despite a slight drop-off in orders from the previous quarter ...

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