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Middleware Brawl Erupts

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It's getting very nasty in the middleware market.

FCC Labs Waiting List

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Number of new applications filed in April for approval by lab engineers

Tools Promise Smarter Problem Solving

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A bevy of testing and performance monitoring vendors are following networking giants to NetWorld+Interop in Las Vegas this week with advancements that promise faster and more intelligent problem solving.

Suns Sarcasm Sets Kitty to Snickering

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Spencer had to laugh when he read that Sun offered to send volunteers to help clean up IBM's "Peace, Love, Linux" graffiti campaign, which adorns the streets of San Francisco.

Catching Up With the Times

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Companies looking to migrate their business off the legacy ADW application development platform now have help.

Slicing the Enterprise Pie

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Portal developers partnering with integration vendors to make software more Transaction-Oriented.

Model N Revs Its Stealthy Engine

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B2B software startup takes on Ariba and Commerce One.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 7, 2001

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U.S. prosecutors have accused two Lucent Technologies scientists and an executive at another technology company of stealing software.

SiteRecorder Does Just That

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Someone at Lockstep Systems must have had one of those classic moments when a light bulb clicks on.

Up the Digital River

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Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Digital River was founded way back in 1994.

Intelligence Hath Its Privileges

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Intelligent call processing software can alert you when you're online and a call comes in on your cell phone.

Sun Upgrades StarOffice

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Sun Microsystems Inc. is on track to release StarOffice 6, its open-source productivity application suite that includes word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database applications for Solaris, Windows and Linux.

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