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Cutting Edge of Schema Editing

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Small companies are often the nimblest. Take Altova, of Vienna, Austria, which has delivered the first Extensible Markup Language tool I have seen that supports the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Schema candidate recommendation.

B2B: See the Big Boom Go Bust?

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E-markets faulted for weak business models

Food Markets Get a Taste of New Services

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Foodmarketexchange.com and Foodtrader.com Inc. are beefing up their respective food and agricultural exchanges with new services and capabilities.

Its Better Than Being There

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Teleconferencing services expand with streaming, planning, more features to power remote meetings

Tradiant, Shippers Go Global

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A host of ocean carriers will join with software developer Tradiant Inc. to launch a platform in the first quarter of next year for facilitating transactions among the various-and often numerous-parties involved in international trade.

Portable Qoder Scans on the Go

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If the concept of extending e-commerce further into the physical world through the use of bar codes is going to take off, bar-code readers will have to be mobile.

Webthority 3.0

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XML Schema will speed adoption

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A key XML standard from the World Wide Web Consortium, XML Schema, is going to make it easier, simpler and cheaper to use Extensible Markup Language in business applications next year.

Ingram Micro to try ASP aggregation

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Ingram Micro Inc. hopes to begin next year as an aggregator of ASPs, but the company may have trouble finding customers among its clientele of IT managers, industry sources said.

Site Streamlines Data Access

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PlanWell a 'one-stop shop' for building industry.

Vendors Hail Dom 2

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New W3C spec for XML gives developers standard programming model.

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