Technology has the power to change the world, Cisco CEO Chambers says
Computer Shipments Fall Again
The Commerce Department says shipments of computers and related products dropped 1.3% in December after falling 2.4% in November.
Thompson: Health Care Needs More IT
The Secretary of Health and Human Services told the World Healthcare Congress that technology can help reduce errors, resulting in fewer deaths and lower costs.
Nortel In Talks To Sell Off Factories
The already-downsized company is negotiating to sell nearly all of its factories to Flextronics, a Singapore electronics firm, in a $500 million deal that could shed 2,500 jobs.
BellSouth Rings Up Bigger Profits
Fourth-quarter net income rose 37% to $787 million thanks to gains in Latin America, new Internet customers, and a successful multiservice package.
Regional transmission operators are upgrading their systems to keep the electricity flowing
German Retailer To Roll Out RFID Tags
Metro Group says about 100 of its top suppliers will begin attaching the chips to pallets and packages of goods headed for its warehouses beginning in November.
RFID technology could be used to build a national livestock-tracking system
Mars Rover's Earthly Impact
NASA's latest mission inspires seen-it-all business technologists and could offer tools with down-to-earth uses
NASA's IT Success
NASA's Mars mission reinvigorates one CIO's business-technology adventure. Also: Mars pics, NASA's architecture problems, and vendor connections.