Nortel Networks Corp. on Monday said it is on track to make its previously stated growth projections. Nortel said in a statement it is "very confident" that earnings per share in the fourth quarter of 2000 will be 26 US cents and sales will be between US$8.5 billion to $8.8 billion.
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Music downloading service MP3.com on Thursday said another lawsuit has been filed against it for copyright infringement.
Cisco Systems Inc. on Monday announced networking products that let users access the Internet while on the go.
Integrated circuit maker Broadcom continued a buying spree and announced Monday that it will acquire SiByte Inc, a developer of chips for networking and communications applications. The acquisition is worth approximately $US2 billion, Henry T. Nicholas, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Broadcom said in a live Webcast.
IBM on Wednesday unveiled what it calls a breakthrough server-software technology that allows users to manage their Internet-based commercial operations while on the road.
Web sites with financial news have become vital for investors. Imagine the disarray that could occur if a hacker took over such a site. A Dutch hacker claims he could have altered Nasdaq.com and three sites run by MarketWatch.com.
He didn't, however. Instead he warned the administrators at Nasdaq.com, CBS.MarketWatch.com, BigCharts.com and FTMarket-Watch.com. Now the security holes have been patched up, and the hacker is disclosing his discoveries.
Full details of hundreds of credit cards are out in the open. At the time of writing Monday, all customer orders of a U.S.-based electronic commerce site, with pornography as the best selling item, were openly available online without any protection.
The Dutch auction of third-generation mobile phone licences was abruptly ended after Versatel Telecom International NV pulled out of the bidding process.
Napster, the MP3 online trading service, will lose its legal battle against record companies and recording artists, in the opinion of Rob Glaser, chairman and chief executive officer of RealNetworks.
Pan-European Internet service provider
Libertysurf Group SA is pulling out of Denmark and the Netherlands to focus on
the larger European countries.
Dutch cable operators in two years will be
forced to allow competing Internet service providers on their networks.
Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer
today slammed yesterday's decision by the US District Court to pursue the
break-up of the company, branding it unreasonable, excessive, inconsistent and
riddled with errors.
Amazon.com Inc. is eyeing a listing on the Amsterdam stock exchange. According to several newspaper reports the US-based online retailing giant will be listed within a month.
Thousands of Dutch bank customers discovered this week that they can't use all the features of their online banking software because of a Year 2000-related problem.
Dutch independent television production company, Endemol Entertainment, has bought part of the Spanish Web portal site Telepolis, the company announced today.