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  • Imagination necessary for Sanity has aligned with digital media production agency Imagination Entertainment to deliver traditional broadcast music content for global syndication.

  • Intel Prepares New 32-bit Server Chips

    Intel Corp. will continue to develop new 32-bit processors for servers and workstations, even as the chip maker prepares to launch its first 64-bit Itanium chip early next year, a senior Intel executive said here Tuesday.

  • Pa. Linking Patrol Cars to Databases

    The Pennsylvania State Police is the latest public safety agency to enable workers to access information on vehicle-mounted laptop computers.

  • Brief: Enterasys Acquires Indus River

    Enterasys Networks, a subsidiary of Cabletron Systems Inc. in Rochester, N.H., announced Monday that it would purchase Indus River Networks Inc. in Acton, Mass., for US$170 million in Cabletron stock.

  • Microsoft Invests in Project Management

    Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday announced that it bought project resource management technology from, in Camarillo, Calif.

  • Forest Service Awards Contract for Web-Based Tools

    The National Forest Service has awarded a contract to develop Web interfaces for its mainframe-based Weather Information Management System (WIMS), which helps project the potential severity of fires such as the 79 that this year have burned 1.4 million acres in the Western U.S.

  • Tele Danmark Splits Into Six Separate Companies

    The largest telecommunications operator in Denmark, Tele Danmark A/S, has decided to split its activities into six companies.

  • Critical Path Working on Critical Patch

    E-mail hosting provider Critical Path Inc. (CPTH) is working on a patch for a security hole discovered last month that could be used by a malicious Web site to take over customer e-mail accounts, read and delete e-mail, and impersonate a computer user via his or her e-mail.

  • Site-Builders Code Your Vision

    The Web is full of experts. There's a plethora of advisors eager to help a small business get up and running online. They all claim to have great ideas, but here's one with a difference: These people sought the Best Worst Business Idea.

  • Sprint Debuts Wireless Web for Business Service

    Sprint PCS rolled out a suite of wireless services and products for corporate users, including access to Exchange and Lotus Notes e-mail, corporate travel sites, sales force automation tools and corporate directories.

  • Compaq to Deliver Explosive Power

    The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Compaq Computer Corp. a US$200 million contract to build the largest supercomputer in the world - a system with enough disk space to store 20 times the number of books at the Library of Congress.

  • Intel Adds Intelligence for Optical QoS

    Intel Corp. jumped into the optical network market this week with an OC-48 multi-transport network access engine device.

  • Sony Inks Licensing Deal with

    San Diego-based Inc. has made a deal with Sony Music Entertainment Inc. to license Sony's music catalog for use on the Web site. That means every major recording studio but Universal has reached an agreement with the music site.

  • Techno Marketeering: No Win-Win Situation

    Where in the world would we be without solutions? Or win-win situations? Because, at the end of the day, your company has to be the best in class at something.

  • Consultant Charged in Parametric Extortion Scheme

    A Florida man has been charged with extortion after he allegedly threatened to release the master "keys" to run Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) software unless the company paid him more than US$1 million, the office of the U.S Attorney for Massachusetts said Wednesday.

  • AMD, Opera Team on Embedded Browsers

    BERLIN (08/24/2000) - Integrated circuit maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc.

  • Amazon to Put New-Car Service Into Gear Inc. (AMZN) said it will launch a new-car buying service on its site Thursday in partnership with Greenlight, a startup that Amazon helped get off the ground in January.

  • Quicken sales increase five-fold in GST rush

    Record GST-bosted sales of Reckon's Quicken accounting software have pushed profits for the company well over projections with the company moving 105,000 units of SME accounting software in June alone.

  • Intel Reveals First Products For New I/O Spec

    Intel Tuesday announced the first three products that it plans to ship based on a new I/O (input/output) specification that promises to change the way that servers are used and deployed in the data center.

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  • Economist survey foresees shift in IT service delivery

    63% of LOBs expected growth of third-party tech services, while increased spending on enterprise IT services is anticipated by 65% of CIOs


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