Stories by Ephraim Schwartz and James Niccolai

Oracle to go BAM midyear

In response to market demand for more real-time business information, Oracle announced Friday it will offer a BAM (business activity monitoring) tool, Business Activity Manager, as part of an upgrade to its application server software due out in the middle of the year.

Ellison reignites DB wars

Oracle Chairman and CEO Larry Ellison has lashed out at his two biggest database rivals, IBM and Microsoft, adding cost to the standing list of claims that Oracle is more secure, more reliable, and faster.

Products, ideas launched at Demo show

From the handheld heavyweights to the high-tech wannabies, this week's Demo 2001 in Phoenix will be ground zero for the introduction of consumer and corporate products, services, and solutions.

Transmeta Debuts Crusoe

AFTER FIVE YEARS of development made famous by industry celebrity Linus Torvalds, secretive start-up Transmeta last week finally unveiled its brainchild: Crusoe, a line of Intel-compatible microprocessors designed for mobile PCs and devices that access the Internet.

Transmeta Goes Public with Crusoe Chip

The long anticipated processor from the secretive startup Transmeta Corp. was finally unveiled today. Called Crusoe, the chip has been best known for one of its main backers, Linus Torvalds, rather than its technology, until now.

UPDATE2: Transmeta Unveils Crusoe Chip

The long anticipated processor from the secretive startup Transmeta Corp. was finally unveiled today. Called Crusoe, the chip has until now been best known for one of its main backers, Linus Torvalds, rather than for its technology.

UPDATE: Transmeta Unveils Crusoe Chip

The long anticipated processor from the secretive startup Transmeta Corp. was finally unveiled today. Called Crusoe, the chip has until now been best known for one of its main backers, Linus Torvalds, rather than for its technology.