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Wish You Were Blue

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Bluetooth needs apps, but developers eye other technologies

Bulking Up Internet Docs

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Paper Fly Corp. has introduced Version 2.0 of its online document management service.

Services Battle to Heat Up

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The legal wranglings between Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. may be over, but the competitive ones are not.

Iona to Cut Java Prices

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Iona Technologies will use the JavaOne annual conference for Java developers in San Francisco this week to launch its next-generation Java software at reduced prices.

Sprint PCS Strikes Enterprise Deals

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Wireless companies are trying to add more bang for the buck to corporate networks by extending applications to mobile workers.

Java: Boring Has Its Virtues

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This week, as the faithful turn out for Sun's sixth annual JavaOne Java developers conference, we're struck by how, well, boring JavaOne has gotten.

Your E-Room Is Ready Now

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An application architecture should be like a grand hotel: It should accommodate the convention market of B2B and enterprise applications and also afford more personal convenience to productivity tools.

No Lip Service Out of Redmond

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Microsoft's .Net strategy is picking up steam through ASPs.

Elements of An SMB Program

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Everything the program does should directly address the small or midsize business.

Better Beta Testing

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Snap's use of BetaSphere yields valuable info, saves time.

Lucent-Alcatel Deal: Fewer Choices?

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Customers worry proposed merger will lead to lack of competition, affecting purchasing power.

Product Strategizing Key to Hyperion

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Company plans business strategy review, focus on profitable offerings.

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