• Mitsubishi plans to scale back its DRAM business

    Mitsubishi Electric Corp. is looking for ways to scale back its DRAM (dynamic RAM) business and is considering an alliance with other companies, both in Japan and overseas, the company said Wednesday.

    26 Sept. 02 07:34 Written by Kuriko Miyake
  • HP plans another 1,800 job cuts

    An additional 1,800 employees will be cut from the ranks at Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) by the end of its 2003 fiscal year, according to the company's recent filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

    26 Sept. 02 07:27 Written by Tom Krazit
  • Sun eyes taking JavaOne to China in 2003

    Sun Microsystems hopes to take its JavaOne exhibition and conference to Beijing next year, a senior executive said in Japan on Wednesday as the company opened its second JavaOne event to be held in Asia.

    26 Sept. 02 07:24 Written by Martyn Williams
  • Lotus answers Java debate

    Lotus Software Group Wednesday said it was putting to rest a simmering feud over Java support by bundling with the forthcoming Domino 6 a free version of IBM Corp.'s WebSphere application server.

    26 Sept. 02 07:23 Written by John Fontana
  • Handspring lops off 20 percent from workforce

    In a cost-cutting move, Handheld maker Handspring has trimmed its global workforce by 20 percent, as the company shifts some of its marketing and product development work to the wireless carriers it partners with, company spokesman Allen Bush confirmed Wednesday.

    26 Sept. 02 07:07 Written by Matt Berger
  • HP execs worked fast to make merger pay off

    Executives at Hewlett-Packard Co. and Compaq Computer Corp. had figured out 95 percent of their joint product strategy by mid-December last year, almost five months before the plans were made public.

    26 Sept. 02 07:02 Written by James Niccolai
  • Mozilla team releases Phoenix browser

    The Mozilla development project,, on Monday released Phoenix 0.1, a speedier version of its open source Web browser.

    26 Sept. 02 06:55 Written by Laura Rohde
  • Linux OS billed as secure and user friendly ships

    Guardian Digital Inc. has released a Linux operating system for businesses that it claims is easier to use and more secure than other competing products.

    26 Sept. 02 06:36 Written by Paul Roberts
  • Undersea data network planned off Calif. coast

    The tech industry is taking a dive, and not just in the stock market. The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced this week that it has awarded grants to build underwater data network off the coast of Monterey, California, for oceanographic research.

    26 Sept. 02 06:27 Written by Scarlet Pruitt
  • CA introduces multivendor storage management software

    Computer Associates International Inc. announced this week a storage management application that discovers devices on a storage-area network (SAN), automates backups across multivendor platforms and works from a Web portal -- giving it the ability to consolidate the management of remote office storage environments.

    26 Sept. 02 02:27 Written by Lucas Mearian
  • Ad supremo blasts blame-laying marketing execs

    Executives who blame poor IT performance and cost blow-outs on CRM and the IT departments got a pasting from a leading advertising and marketing executive last week.

    25 Sept. 02 13:33 Written by Julian Bajkowski
  • Domino 6 to gain WebSphere muscle

    Fulfilling promises made earlier this year, IBM on Wednesday will announce plans to bundle its WebSphere application server software with forthcoming versions of Lotus Domino 6, which will be formally introduced next week.

    25 Sept. 02 13:00 Written by Cathleen Moore
  • IBM ramps Informix integration plans

    IBM Corp has revealed plans to move more of its Informix-bred database technologies to Big Blue's own DB2 data management platform.

    25 Sept. 02 12:45 Written by Paul Krill
  • Falling headcount threatens revenue

    Drastic downsizing in Australian enterprises over the past 18 months has pushed IT shops to crisis point with staff simply putting out fires instead of focusing on tactical operations.

    25 Sept. 02 11:08 Written by Sandra Rossi
  • New Slapper worm variants spread

    Two new variants of the Slapper worm that targets Apache Web servers running on Linux operating systems have appeared and are reported to be spreading. The worm initially surfaced two weeks ago.

    25 Sept. 02 08:14 Written by Paul Roberts
  • Web site damage a growing concern

    Web site defacement is on the rise and IT departments are finding their resources stretched in dealing with the issue, according to security experts.

    25 Sept. 02 08:02 Written by Siobhan Chapman
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