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October 2001

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    TMA: a new alternative to leased lines

    A cheaper alternative to expensive leased lines, Symmetric Digital Supply Line (SDSL), attracted considerable attention at the...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    Intel chief calls for more risk-taking

    Doug Busch, director of technology at Intel and member of its executive board, has called on IT directors to gamble, despite the...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    VA Linux proposes name change

    California-based software and services company, VA Linux Systems, is asking its shareholders to eject the open source operating...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    IBM drops Compaq to go it alone

    IBM has unveiled a midrange storage system, while at the same time quietly cancelling a major storage partnership agreement with...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    New printers for October

    A high-speed output of both colour and monochrome printer news has flooded the printer market.

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  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    Next Windows CE supports Bluetooth

    The next generation of Microsoft's Windows CE embedded operating system will include support for the Bluetooth wireless standard....

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    Philips sues over bus patents

    The US subsidiary of Europe's largest consumer electronics maker is suing eight motherboard and semiconductor manufacturers for...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    IBM scoops up CrossWorlds

    IBM will bolster its e-business infrastructure offerings by buying customer relationship and supply-chain management software...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    Rambus and Micron face off in court

    Rambus has confronted Micron Technology in court, starting the latest chapter in a string of legal battles Rambus has waged over...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    IT industry will rebound in 2002, says Dell

    Corporate IT spending will recover during the second quarter of next year, according to Kevin Rollins, Dell's president and chief...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    UK government prepares to act on broadband

    It could be make or break for broadband Britain, with the UK government set to rule next month on how the industry should make...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    Mitsubishi Electric hit by IT slump

    Mitsubishi Electric, one of Japan's major electronics and semiconductor makers, barely managed to stay in profit in the first...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    Gosling slams SOAP protocol

    The father of Java has slammed Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), the emerging standard for Web services, as "semi-chaotic".

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    New Nimda variants hits Net

    A new variant of the Nimda worm has appeared on the Internet, though exactly how it is different or whether it will be more or...

  • October 31, 2001 31 Oct'01

    UK airport to trial iris recognition software

    Heathrow Airport is to trial iris recognition software as part of its passenger arrival process.

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