Judge Finds For HP
Ruling says opponents to the Compaq merger failed to prove HP bullied a major shareholder or misled investors in the nasty proxy fight over the fate of the largest merger ever in the tech industry.
WorldCom CEO Quits
John Sidgmore, the company's previous chairman, will replace Bernard Ebbers.
GE Unit Adds Web Services
GE Global Exchange Services hopes to make its E-commerce network more affordable for smaller companies.
Ready! Aim! Hack!
U.S. military cadets compete in the second-annual Cyber Defense Exercise.
Microsoft Patches Outlook Flaw
The vulnerability exists because of potential conflicting security settings in Word and Internet Explorer, Microsoft says.
Hackers 'On A Mission'
Two hackers say they're defacing airline and government sites to point out security problems.
It's The Problem Solving, Silly!
Fat paychecks and the usual wide availability of IT jobs are not key factors in drawing women into IT careers, according to a survey.
Ariba Narrows Loss In 2Q
The company's financial report indicates it's making a recovery after the crash of the once-booming E-marketplace software market.
One ring to bind them all: Serious musicians are using cell phones as instruments. (Honey, they're playing our cell-phone song.)
Microsoft To Focus On Online Support For Xbox
The company plans to be on the forefront in building games with online support and selling services for those games, as well as helping third-party game developers add similar capabilities.
RealNetworks Shifts Focus To Enterprise
By creating a more tightly integrated enterprise offering, it hopes to establish itself as the predominant provider of video-delivery infrastructure and tools to large companies.