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  • Microsoft Says AOL Fails to Provide Legal Documents

    Microsoft has accused rival AOL Time Warner of holding back documents detailing how it has helped the nine U.S. states pressing for tougher antitrust penalties against the software giant.

  • 3Com Unveils New Wireless Products

    3Com Thursday rounded out its wireless LAN line with the introduction of two new access points: one aimed at the SMB market, and the other targeted to enterprise customers.

  • FinePrint's PdfFactory: An Inexpensive Universal Approach

    Adobe Systems' PDF, or Portable Document Format, has become the de facto standard for transporting documents across different platforms and, of course, the Internet. Solution providers catering to more cost-conscious clients may want to consider FinePrint Software's pdfFactory Pro as an alternative to Adobe Acrobat.

  • Ceecom: Spread The Word

    Ceecom claims its products can connect companies with their partners and customers at a fraction of the cost of similar products from Oracle and SAP. Now the company is looking for channel partners to help spread that message.

  • iTelligence

    FOCUS: Network infrastructure and troubleshooting for SMBs
    EXPECTED REVENUE: Approximately $25 million
    QUOTE: "We don't speak 'geek' to the customer. If someone doesn't understand the industry jargon we're using, then we explain the concepts in a different way."

  • EMC Q4 Net Loss Smaller Than Estimates

    EMC, the world's largest maker of data-storage systems, Thursday reported its second consecutive quarterly net loss on sales that were cut 42 percent amid a pricing war with International Business Machines

  • EU Continues Compaq Talks With HP

    Hewlett-Packard continued to talk with the European Commission on Thursday about its bid to purchase Compaq but no final decision had been reached, people familiar with the situation said.

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