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Excite@Home CEO George Bell said here on Wednesday that the US-based broadband company is definitely expanding into Europe as well as into Asia this year, but refused to comment on rumors that the company is in talks to acquire Netherlands-based Chello Broadband NV.
U.K.-based news and information service company Reuters Group PLC and Microsoft Corp. have signed an agreement to co-develop Internet products, Reuters announced today.
Management and technology consultant firm Andersen Consulting Inc. has launched a plan designed to reward and retain its employees by cutting them in on the company's e-commerce investment earnings, the company announced today.
With the wave of flat-rate Internet pricing announcements made by companies in the U.K. over the past two weeks, Internet and telecommunications industry insiders in Europe expect low-cost pricing schemes to flood the rest of Europe, knocking down cost barriers that have prevented Internet usage from reaching critical mass.
Microsoft Corp. and Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. are co-developing two-way satellite broadband for consumer purposes, the companies announced yesterday.
BSkyB makes up for a late start on the Internet
Business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce will continue its rapid pace of growth, generating $US7.29 trillion in sales transactions worldwide in 2004, according to a report published yesterday by the research firm Gartner Group Inc.
Ellison credits e-commerce Internet suite for surge
Launch part of Microsoft's renewed efforts to push its wireless mobile phone platform
Windows Media Audio will be compatible with Sony's copyright protection technology, OpenMG
Eckhard Pfeiffer, Compaq's ex-chief executive said his former employer made a huge mistake in selling its stake in AltaVista in June.
In a bid to standardise the technology for smart cards worldwide, Visa International has announced a new forum to explore and promote a converged platform.
Profits per share increased 93%
Telstra has launched a European corporate ISP under the name Telstra Big Pond.
The corporate ISP will offer flexible bandwidth capabilities for small to mid-sized businesses with leased lines for internet connections of either 64K bits per second (Bps) or 45M Bps, Telstra said in a statement