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Fast Facts Matrix: April 16, 2001

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The National Basketball Association broadcast its first live, streaming video of a game online this month in conjunction with RealNetworks.

UML Tool Eases Co-Worker Collaboration

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Software developers next month will see a new UML tool designed to allow them to collaborate with colleagues

Middleware Mergers Next

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A lot of once-high-flying middleware software suppliers are now wounded ducks in a marketplace rife with acquisitions and mergers.

Combining Apps Made Easy

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iSpheres and Acta Technology develop software to speed integration of dissimilar applications

NetDocs Succumbs to XP

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Microsoft puts technology team under Office umbrella, ending rivalry

The Franchise Is Alive

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There's still some life left in NetWare. First of all, NetWare 5.1 is not going to go away, at least in the near term.

B2B Software Firms Slump

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The economic downturn is taking no prisoners, hammering away at the very companies that thought they could coast through a recession.

Edholm Joins DecisionPoint

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Enterprise analytical applications and packaged data warehouse provider DecisionPoint Applications Inc. late last month appointed Yorgen Edholm as CEO.

Microsoft Scales Back VB Changes

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The company heeds developer concerns and focuses Visual Basic.Net on backward consistency.

Web, Print Publishing With a FreeHand

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Designers looking to publish their work in multiple media will get help with the newest version of Macromedia Inc.'s FreeHand design tool.

B2B Firms Victims of Own Failures

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B2B software providers are the latest to take their turn at the Wall Street whipping post.

Operator No. 9: April 9, 2001

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In a somewhat spiteful gesture, the Recording Industry Association of America last week launched a new Web site: Nofreelunchster.com.

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