MICROSOFT, OTHERS EYE CABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Insisting that Microsoft's problems
with the Department of Justice will pose no long-term difficulties, Microsoft
president and CEO Steve Ballmer on Wednesday detailed the company's plans for
expanded partnerships in the broadband cable industry.
STUDENT TO HELP LOVE VIRUS PROBE
A Filipino student suspected of authoring
the ``ILOVEYOU'' virus that ran riot across the globe plans to help the police
in a widening inquiry, his lawyer said Thursday.
TIVOLI VENTURES INTO CABLE MODEM MANAGEMENT
Continuing its push into pervasive
device management, IBM subsidiary Tivoli Systems this week unveiled its first
venture into the cable market.
JAPAN'S TOSHIBA, US' SUNDISK IN FLASH MEMORY VENTURE
Toshiba Corp (TSE:6502) and
US recording media giant SunDisk Corp will set up a joint venture in Virginia to
make flash memory chips.
INDUSTRY HAS LUKEWARM REACTION TO MICROSOFT PLAN
Reaction to Microsoft's suggested
antitrust remedies Wednesday was mixed, but largely lukewarm, among some
attendees of NetWorld+Interop, investors on Wall Street, and antitrust trial
watchers late Wednesday.
INDUSTRY ASSESSES FALLOUT OF INTEL RECALL
What started out as a product
recall earlier Wednesday may end up as a Direct Rambus