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  • Dataquest: IBM wins big on application server market

    IBM recorded far more new license revenue growth than any other application server software vendor last year, but BEA Systems continues to lead the market, Dataquest, a unit of Gartner, said Wednesday.

  • HP lays out storage plans, product mergers

    The post-merger Hewlett-Packard announced plans today for a new storage division, dubbed Network Storage Solutions (NSS), that will include merging some products while phasing others out completely during the next five years.

  • Sprint, eOne team on US mobile payments network

    Much like the "Star Wars" movies, the browser wars have returned for a whole new era of battle, as illustrated Wednesday by the release of Netscape Communications Corp.'s Netscape 7.0 preview browser.

  • Netscape fires new version into browser wars

    Much like the "Star Wars" movies, the browser wars have returned for a whole new era of battle, as illustrated Wednesday by the release of Netscape Communications Corp.'s Netscape 7.0 preview browser.

  • Gartner: Mobile phone sales down 4 percent in Q1

    Global mobile phone unit sales continued to slide in the first quarter of 2002, a quarter that also saw falling sales -- albeit a tiny increase in market share -- for the long-dominant Nokia, according to a study released Wednesday by Gartner's Dataquest division.

  • Soccer advances GSM-CDMA inter-roaming

    The soccer World Cup that takes place in South Korea and Japan during June will revive many old rivalries on the pitch, but is also serving to bring together two long-time rivals away from the sports arena.

  • Sun launches Solaris 9, touts hundreds of features

    Sun Microsystems rolled out the latest upgrade to its Solaris operating system Wednesday, announcing a plan to add key middleware and management components that broaden the capabilities of its Unix platform.

  • IDC predicts IT services market rebound

    The IT services market will recover this year from a weak 2001, as companies holding back due to the economy's slowdown begin dipping again into their wallets in the second half of 2002, IDC said Wednesday.

  • Logica fights credit-card fraud with SMS

    A new text-messaging solution from Logica PLC could help to reduce escalating levels of credit- and debit-card fraud. Logica's C-TAS solution allows financial institutions to alert cardholders of any suspect card transactions, anywhere in the world.

  • House approves kids.us subdomain

    PalmSource, the developer of the Palm OS, has come close to announcing when it will ship the final code for version five of the software to developers and manufacturers - "early summer," which the company says means within weeks rather than months.

  • Palm moves to ARM

    PalmSource, the developer of the Palm OS, has come close to announcing when it will ship the final code for version five of the software to developers and manufacturers - "early summer," which the company says means within weeks rather than months.

  • J.D. Edwards launches Web services enterprise apps

    J.D. Edwards & Co. on Tuesday started what will be a six-month rollout of J.D. Edwards 5, a component-based suite of enterprise software applications that will incorporate Web services support.

  • Startup combines InfiniBand, system management

    After spending six months in stealth mode, Vieo on Tuesday shed light on its Adaptive Application Infrastructure Management (AAIM) product designed to help companies get a better hold on system management within distributed computing environments.

  • Sun to push standard identity layer for portals

    Aiming to head off what it perceives as the next major hurdle in enterprise portal development, Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to submit technology to the JCP (Java Community Process) that would create a standard for the identity layer around portals and Web services.

  • Analysts: Cellular industry contractions likely soon

    The number of major U.S. cellular carriers is likely to drop in the coming year, perhaps from seven down to five, analysts said this week.

  • Lack of security standards with MSPs threatens enterprise

    A lack of compliance amongst managed service providers (MSPs) in adopting global security standards puts enterprises at risk, warns a security expert.

  • Vic Government announces telecomms test lab

    Victoria's Bracks Governement has announced a facility to develop and test broadband telecommunications and photonics products.

  • ICT Centre of Excellence moves ahead

    The National ICT Australia (NICTA) has won the contract to establish and operate the Federal Government's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Centre of Excellence.

  • ANZ stung by reaction to virus liability clause

    After a chorus of criticism from rivals and banking specialists, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. (ANZ Bank) is reviewing its policy of holding customers liable for any damage caused by viruses spread from their computers to the bank's systems.

  • Sun looks beyond Web services

    Sun Microsystems is putting forward Jini and JXTA as possible solutions for anticipated bottlenecks in the delivery of Web services.

  • Technical considerations for mobility in the enterprise

    As enterprises have adapted to the innovations of mobile computing, it has become evident that technology itself is not the only thing that has changed in the IT landscape.

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