Stories by George A. Chidi Jr

Excite@Home service could end Friday

If Excite@Home Inc. creditors have their way, the high-speed cable Internet service will shut down Friday to keep the network from burning any more cash while debt holders negotiate with AT&T Corp. and other cable operators for better financial terms...

Trend Micro unveils antivirus suite

Trend Micro Inc. released Wednesday the latest version of an antivirus and security suite for Internet gateways. The software incorporates a new, experimental kind of policy-based screen for e-mail suspected of harboring viruses.

VoIP taking 6 percent of international calls volume

About 6 percent of international voice call volume travels over the Internet instead of traditional telephone networks, sidestepping some of the more expensive aspects of cross-border telecommunication, according to a report from TeleGeography Inc.

Red Hat launches version 7.2 of Linux OS

Linux vendor Red Hat Inc. on Monday updated its Red Hat Linux operating systems for consumer PCs and for business workstations and servers. Both operating systems use the Linux 2.4.7 kernel and the GNOME 1.4 desktop environment. Red Hat also announce...

Sony unveils new Clie handheld

The newest Sony Electronics Inc. Clie handheld PDA (personal digital assistant), announced Monday, can replace most of the remote controls for its owner, and two new accessories may replace a user's camera and MP3 player.

Cisco to announce new IP telephony products

Cisco Systems Inc. is planning to announce new infrastructure and software products for IP (Internet Protocol) telephony, focused on the corporate voice market, a company spokeswoman said Monday.

Dell reaffirms Q3 financial outlook

Dell Computer reaffirmed its third-quarter financial guidance in a conference call broadcast over the Web Thursday morning, reiterating its August earnings projection of US$0.15 to $0.16 per share and its revenue estimate of $7.2 billion to $7.6 bill...

W3C proposal could allow patent grabs on standards

After a blizzard of critical postings hit the Web site of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the standards body Monday evening extended the deadline until Oct. 11 for public comment on its proposal to allow patented technology to be incorporated in...

Sony pumps Vaio models with Intel, AMD chips

Sony Electronics announced Monday its fall lineup of Vaio notebook computers will have faster microprocessors and larger displays than previous models. The new Vaios also will be the first Sony mobile computers to carry Microsoft's Windows XP operati...

Computer makers ship new gear to New York

Computer makers moved quickly to begin replacing equipment lost by their customers in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon last week, as their clients began ordering millions of dollars worth of PCs, servers and storage devices.

US ATTACK: companies offer tech help, equipment

Various IT companies are donating technical assistance and equipment to businesses affected by last week's terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon near Washington, D.C.

IBM to sell software, equipment on eBay

IBM Corp. and eBay Inc. announced an agreement Thursday for IBM to expand its sales of software, servers and PCs on the eBay auction site. IBM will link directly to eBay on the IBM.com homepage, and the two companies will explore a joint marketing ca...

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