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IBM still geeky inside

Author: JT Smith "The company still looks like a blue-suited behemoth that out-earns (and outspends) most developing nations." Category: Open Source
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IBM unveils Linux plans

Author: JT Smith Intel's 64 bit chip is known affectionately as "Monterey." Category: Linux
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Wireless services merger hopes to dominate

Author: JT Smith Wall Street signaled its approval of the deal by bidding up Software.com and Phone.com Category: Open Source
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NBCi to cut 170 jobs

Author: JT Smith The job cuts are part of an overall revamp under way at NBCi that was first announced in June by its new CEO Will Lansing. Category: Open Source
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Farmers turning to technology

Author: JT Smith Mike Cerny isn't simply harvesting crops when he drives his combine through corn, soybean and wheat fields on his Wisconsin farm. He's also harvesting data. Category: Linux
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Republicans get down and dirty with cyber-squatting

Author: JT Smith On Monday, the Republican National Committee reserved the sites, AlandJoe.com and AlandJoe.org - named for Vice President Al Gore and his running mate.
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Deutsche Telekom hopes to spread T-Online

Author: JT Smith T-Online, the Internet services provider of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom, may expand. Category: Open Source
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Investors use 'Net to research buys

Author: JT Smith Mutual-fund investors have grown wary of putting their hard-earned dollars into funds that focus on upstart Internet companies... Category: Open Source
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Watch out, content thiefs!

Author: JT Smith The New York Times, The Washington Post and other news companies have filed a lawsuit against an Internet company that takes news articles from their Web sites and transmits them to wireless telephone users.
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Graphics software maker sues rival

Author: JT Smith Adobe Systems Inc., maker of the dominant PC graphics software Photoshop, has sued Macromedia Inc., a leading maker of Internet design software, for allegedly violating a patent on how information is displayed on a computer screen.
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