Study predicts no major disruptions to telephone, broadcast and cable TV
Stories by Kristi Essick
"The truth is, people want full-function PCs," says Pfeiffer
Pieper says "many consumers are afraid of the PC"
Company struggles to streamline global operation
Company aims to improve mail security
French smart-card manufacturer Gemplus SA will start production of smart cards in Australia early next year in a partnership with Australian company Leigh-Mardon
"I came here to build the company, not to sell it," says Weinback
NEC plans to use DSL chip set from Centillium Technology
Nino replaces Velo in handheld plans
Ives goes beyond the "beige box"
Mediocrity my greatest fear, says Gates
You've probably heard of Moore's Law, and probably even Metcalfe's Law, but this week Hewlett-Packard chairman, CEO and president Lewis Platt outlined a set of rules for successful business practices in the Internet age that he dubbed "Lew's Laws".
Organisation not satisfied with Navy response
"New Organisation" faces September 30 deadline
Non-US countries will argue case at post-conference forum.