It's been green, gold and platinum. Now American Express is releasing a blue version of its well-known credit card specially designed for shopping online.
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It's been green, gold and platinum. Now American Express Co. is releasing a blue version of its well-known credit card specially designed for shopping online.
US network equipment vendor Cisco Systems and telecomms carrier Cable & Wireless (C&W) HKT have agreed to extend an existing communication services partnership, the two companies announced this week.
Despite the end of the year drawing ever closer, Americans feel a good deal less worried about the year 2000 problem than they did six to nine months ago, according to the results of an opinion poll released yesterday.
HONG KONG - Hong Kong-based systems integrator Computer and Technologies Holdings Ltd. (C&T) is hoping to make a name for itself in the Asia-Pacific business-to-business electronic commerce market with its e-Procurement software suite. The company claims its e-Procurement suite is among the first of its kind in the region.
Compaq is planning to retrench more than 61 per cent of its work force here, or 1600 staff, at its manufacturing plant at Yishun.
PC maker Acer Group and Cisco Systems Inc. have signed an agreement to evangelize the U.S. networking vendor's IP (Internet protocol) telephony products to Taiwanese businesses, the two companies said today.
Under the terms of the memorandum of understanding, Acer and Cisco will collaborate on the development and marketing of networking product offerings based on Cisco's DVVI (data voice video integration) architecture, according to an Acer statement released today.
Over the past year or so, Cisco has been placing a good deal of emphasis on the industrywide move to converge different media, identifying the technology's benefits as simplifying network management, improving network scalability and lowering the costs of network administration.
It's over 29 years since Frank Soltis first approached IBM with his ideas for the architecture of a business computer. His concepts were incorporated first into the company's S/38 and then into the AS/400.
US chip giant Intel will invest $US50 million in a newly created company -- Pacific Century CyberWorks -- owned by Hong Kong's Pacific Century Group (PCG).
The three leading portal providers in their respective markets have joined together to form the Greater China Portal Alliance (GCPA), a marketing tie-up aimed at boosting 'Net traffic to their Web sites, one of the companies announced yesterday.
The worldwide system management software market should top $US11.3 billion in revenue terms by the end of this year, market research company IDC said yesterday.
Cisco Systems and Motorola announced yesterday that they intend to jointly purchase Bosch Telecom, a US unit of Germany's Robert Bosch, in a move designed to increase the pair's focus on a particular type of wireless technology.
Silicon Graphics and US space agency NASA have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on developing supercomputer technology.
Microsoft may buy as much as 30 per cent of Cable & Wireless' cable TV business in a deal worth potentially $US4 billion, according to a report in yesterday's Wall Street Journal.
Comcast announced on Tuesday that it will not make a further offer for cable television and Internet access company MediaOne Group in response to a higher bid from AT&T. Instead, AT&T and Comcast have reached an agreement whereby the two companies will exchange cable systems.