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Its Tool Time for Java Developers

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Trying to lure developers onto the bandwagon for its two biggest software pushes

Peering Controversy Clouds PSINet Asset Sale

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Great Britain's Cable & Wireless and Sweden's Telia are viewed by experts as the most likely suitors for the U.S. assets of bankrupt carrier PSINet.

Office Depot Rolls Out Wireless Tracking System

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Office depot is rolling out a wireless handheld computer system that allows customers to track deliveries on the Net in real-time.

Fast Facts Matrix: June 11, 2001

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Internet security vendor Entrust Technologies last week announced a restructuring under which it plans to eliminate 400 jobs, or 30 percent of its work force, and will focus on three vertical markets: government, financial services and large enterprises.

Global Divide

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NTT DoCoMo started its trial of third-generation wireless services in Japan two weeks ago.

Is Palms Slump Bad News for Developers?

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Zframe, others still making wireless products that depend on Palm platform

Geekspeak: June 4, 2001

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About that bomb in your briefcase

Souping Up Wireless

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XHTML will ease writing of apps for all types of devices

Vivendi Universal

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Vivendi Universal completed its transformation from a French utility to a diversified international media and communications company last December, with the $30.2 billion purchase of Seagram and the $9 billion acquisition of the European pay television co

Mobile Wireless Providers

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Data services may give U.S. companies leg up on Europeans

Verizon Wireless

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Verizon Wireless is in an enviable position: with $14.2 million in revenue in 2000 and 27.5 million subscribers, it can afford to wait out a faltering market.

XHTML Backed by the Big Boys

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The certainty that XHTML basic will emerge as the standard language for next-generation wireless devices lies in the fact that it is backed by two organizations with tremendous clout.

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