IBM Makes Storage Sing The Same Tune
Company introduces virtualization software to let customers line up all the capacity on a storage-area network behind one application or process.
Intel Sued For Patent Infringement
A small Canadian company is suing the chipmaker for $500 million, claiming Intel used its patented circuitry in its Pentium processors without a license.
PC Sales Up--For Now
Gartner says replacement business will fuel sales growth for the next year or two, but the lack of a killer app will slow sales by 2006.
Tablet PCs Go To College
Microsoft is launching a pilot project at the University of Virginia utilizing Tablet PC hardware that links students and professors.
RFID Could Be Boon To Small Businesses
Academics and industry executives at the E-Business Is Business conference were told that in time, RFID could help small, nimble businesses get an edge over bigger rivals.
Loyal To RFID
Sprint has developed applications that use RFID-enabled loyalty cards that can identify customers and provide customized offers and services.
Wal-Mart Maps RFID Expansion Plans
The CEO of the retailer's stores division says another 200 suppliers will be involved in the project by June, with the goal of having all U.S. suppliers involved by 2006.
SEC Fines Lucent $25 Million
The penalty is a settlement of civil fraud allegations because the company failed to fully cooperate in an investigation of its accounting,
Utility Powers Up Backup
Energy producer Calpine moves to real-time online backup and storage system designed to cut costs and improve efficiency
Chambers: Networking Is Back
Cisco's CEO said in his keynote speech at NetWorld+Interop that IT spending is on the upswing, and that Investments In IT are helping to improve productivity.