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Gates Is at the Ready; How Bout vs .Net?

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Bill Gates isn't nimble just on the dance floor.

The Benevolent Mr. Ellison

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I always get a little suspicious when some of the world's richest executives, such as Bill Gates or Larry Ellison, take it upon themselves to donate millions of dollars to fund university research centers.

New World Order

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Software giants vie to control the 'supernet'

.Net Taking Shape, but Developers Still Wary

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Despite the anticipation caused by Microsoft Corp.'s .Net strategy, many developers still are not convinced that the impending Web services platform is stable, reliable or ready for the enterprise

Tripwire Can Trip Up Trouble

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Security vendor Tripwire (www.tripwire.com) has released Tripwire for Web Pages 1.0, a product designed to protect Web sites from vandalism.

Geekspeak: June 25, 2001

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Mobile OS Puts Java Development at Your Fingertips

Taking Their Best Shot

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In a world where applications are becoming services, the layer of software that supports those services occupies some valuable real estate.

The New Software Cops

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The software industry is accelerating its efforts to stop consumers from obtaining copyrighted programs over the Internet - and is showing a renewed vigor in putting those who illegally share software online in jail.

Have-It-Your-Way Web Sites Start to Catch On

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On the internet, nobody knows you eat mango Cheerios.

Philharmonic Computing

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Improved microprocessors make other technologies more valuable. Mass storage, for example, is worth more if less expensive, faster processors can execute more demanding compression algorithms

Easing Control of B2B Content

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An upgrade to High Branch Software Inc.'s business-to-business e-commerce software includes the Site Manager tool

Sybase Upgrades Against Rival Threats

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With a two-year hiatus between versions and an eye toward competition from Java and Microsoft Corp.'s Visual Basic, Sybase Inc. will ship a new version of its PowerBuilder fourth-generation language software development environment at the end of the month

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