Stories by Dominique Deckmyn

IBM, Microsoft, Ariba Join on B-to-B Directory

IBM, Microsoft and Ariba Wednesday plan to jointly announce a business-to-business e-commerce directory that some analysts are describing as a potential Yellow Pages for companies looking to locate suppliers and other business partners and then hook ...

Microsoft's .Net plans hazy

Microsoft's initial presentation of its .Net vision last week raised many questions - such as how the new online software services plan will affect the future of Windows 2000 and Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) and how the internet services...

MS/DOJ: Pro-Microsoft groups claim security breaches

After revelations late last week about an attempt to buy garbage from the Association for Competitive Technology (ACT), The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that several other lobbying groups claimed other security problems as well.

TurboLinux Cuts Jobs

Another high-profile Linux company is facing tough measures to adjust a business model based on selling a product that is free. San Francisco-based TurboLinux Inc. cut programs and laid off staff on Wednesday.

MS unleashes bug beta

Microsoft has confirmed that it has released a beta-test version of the first bug-fix update for its Windows 2000 operating system.

IBM to Build Powerful Linux Cluster

IBM is helping the University of New Mexico build what it claims will be the world's fastest Linux supercomputer. It is a cluster of 256 rack-mounted, dual-processor IBM Netfinity servers running Linux and is able to execute 375 billion floating-poin...

Plenty of new Linux stocks, but no Red Hat

Investors who missed out on last year's Linux success stories will get a new chance this month, as several Linux companies prepare to go public. The consensus from the analysts: LinuxCare looks promising, but be careful with Caldera Systems and stay ...

SCO makes ASP play

The Santa Cruz Operation is positioning its Tarantella application broker technology as a platform for application service providers. A new Tarantella version due in May will be offered to ASPs under a novel "per-hour" pricing model.

Bluetooth off to a slow start

Analysts say Bluetooth is taking longer than expected to get to market and it will be two more years before the wireless technology really takes off.

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