SBC To Buy AT&T For $16 Billion
The deal, which combines a large regional phone company with the nation's largest supplier of business-communications networks, could kick off more mergers.
Agile To The Bone
Service-oriented architecture lets you respond quickly to demands for new and improved processes
Plug and Play Meets Process
Service-oriented approaches have helped Owens & Minor, TransUnion, Pfizer and MasterBrand Cabinets build processes quickly and affordably
Metastorm Teams With NEC
NEC will recommend and install Metastorm's e-Work software in conjunction with its own products and services, especially those designed for the banking, brokerage and insurance industries.
Composite Information Server 3.0; Edge 2.0; JRockit 5.0; WebLogic Server 9.0; Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) 3.2
Verizon Teams Up With Yahoo In Internet Content Deal
Subscribers to Verizon Communications Inc.'s high-speed Internet services will be able to access customized and premium content from Web giant Yahoo Inc. under a multiyear agreement that combines the companies' offerings into a single brand.
Apple Targets Harvard Student For Product 'Leaks'
Think Secret, a Web site popular with Apple enthusiasts, so successfully predicted the company's recent product introductions that it has filed a law suit against the 19-year-old Harvard student operating the site.
Home Network Usage Climbs
The number of home network users surged by 20 percent in 2004, according to numbers released by research firm NPD Group.
Pulver Communicates Liking For Skype VoIP
Skype picked up some major support for its free VoIP service Thursday, as U.S. Internet-telephoning pioneer Jeff Pulver announced that his pulver.Communicator will interoperate with Skype's service.
AT&T, TI Team On VoIP Platform
A joint-development pact between AT&T and Texas Instruments to provide new platforms for VoIP gear has already resulted in a combination wireline/broadband phone.
Broadband = Microsoft-Killer?
When Mike Azzara was talking to me about my signing up for InternetWeek back in 1997, this was the premise of the publication as he explained it: that the Internet, rather than any individual computer, was going to be the next standard computing platform.