Intel Corp. has divided its communications business into a networking business unit and a new unit dedicated to the development of Internet-specific products.
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PC shipments in first quarter up 19 percent from last year
MS gains 1.9 million new Exchange users in US
"Digital television is real and it is here today," says Ellison.
Vendors show everything from TV set-top boxes to streaming software
Results as expected, says chip-maker
Microsoft has submitted a proposal to the US Department of Justice and state attorneys general to settle antitrust charges, but one official has described it as inadequate, according to a published report.
The number of people who accessed the Internet at least once a week from their businesses and homes grew to 147 million [M] worldwide in 1998, up from 61 million [M] in 1996, according to a recent report by Computer Industry Almanac Inc.
The expanding number is projected to rise to approximately 320 million [M] by 2000 and 720 million [M] by 2005, Computer Industry Almanac said in a statement.
Tiny box is AMD 486-SX
Slow market acceptance was attributed to incompatibilities among DVD formats, as well as delays in availability
Compaq Computer has announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to buy online retailer Shopping.com in a stock-for-cash deal valued at about $US220 million.
Show's announcements included Web software, graphics tools and more
New version features enhanced Java support, faster deployment
Apple Computer expected to show the largest growth
Oracle's worth to Linux movement yet to be seen, say analysts