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Project eLiza Greeted with Wariness

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IBM vows to spend billions on developing self-healing servers that require little human intervention.

Staying the Course

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Last month when IBM announced its strong first-quarter results, company chairman and CEO Lou Gerstner explained why IBM was performing so well when the economy was in the tank.

Ariba Sets Out on a Vertical Course

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The B2B software maker scraps ambitious plans and returns to its roots.

Geekspeak: May 7, 2001

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Ximian Enables No-Sweat Installation of GNOME 1.4

PC Price Wars Begin to Shake Loyalties

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Dell, Compaq Battle for Users by Slashing Prices.

Ripe for the Pickin

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Consolidation in the Internet services space quickened last week, when Compaq Computer disclosed plans to boost it professional-services organization with the acquisition of Proxicom.

March of the A.I. Robots

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Mechanized assistants are becoming more lifelike

After Buyout, IBM Eyes Informix Customers

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IBM's $1 billion acquisition last week of Informix Software-and its 100,000-customer base-will give IBM added ammunition in its war with database giant Oracle Corp.

Its Your Move, Larry

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IBM has placed Oracle on its radar with its planned $1 billion acquisition of Informix.

The Buzz: April 23, 2001

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Anti-virus software companies said a new virus that disguises itself as a program for finding romance partners is spreading quickly among companies in Europe.

Building Stronger Partner Muscle

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Intel beefs up its consulting practice to work closely with partners and not compete.

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