After chugging along through the late 1990s, the job market came to a screeching halt last year, throwing many people off. For at least the first half of 2002, those bruised and battered workers will have a hard time climbing back on board the job train.
Stories by Matt Hamblen
Playboy.com in New York says it will begin offering Playboy images to users of wireless devices starting early next year in 10 European countries and moving as soon as possible to the US.
Privacy is dead following the terrorist attacks on September 11, according to Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy.
"The merger is a high hurdle, but they'll solve it"
Wireless advertising becoming a reality
Oracle announced this week a free online service to provide businesses with access to Oracle sales automation products.
Yahoo Inc. joined with Palm Inc. this week to bring Web-based services to the Palm family of handheld computers.
Microsoft goes to market to leader for mobile traction
Expand Networks Inc., a small start-up in Murray Hill, New Jersey, has been wowing its customers with gear recently made available in the U.S.: proprietary software that provides a dramatic expansion in T1 bandwidth, saving Expand’s customers the cost of installing new lines.
Modem includes a small hardware circuit but is otherwise software-based
RealNetworks, Sybase, Lotus, Electronic TV and Oracle chiefs tell their stories
Y2K wranings follow weekend G8 summit
With a barely discernible loss of quality, one company is cutting its toll bill by 90%
Microsoft and Sun among vendors to stake a claim