Recession? What recession?

Recession? What recession?

With huge job losses in manufacturing, billion-dollar writeoffs of asset-backed commercial paper and significant rise in oil and food prices,...

May 14th, 2008 Briony Smith

Internet worldwide growth slower but solid, says UN

Internet worldwide growth slower but solid, says UN

By Laura RohdeIDG News ServiceThe number of people using the Internet worldwide continued to grow in 2002, though the increase...

December 2nd, 2003 Laura Rohde

Vendors disagree on push  for desktop 64-bit computing

Vendors disagree on push for desktop 64-bit computing

Just weeks after Apple Canada Inc. released the Power Mac G5 and unleashed 64-bit computing on the desktop, not everyone...

September 19th, 2003 Allison Taylor

Report: Internet in China tops 54 million users

Report: Internet in China tops 54 million users

- China had 54.4 million Internet users at the end of September, according to a speech delivered by a senior...

November 28th, 2002 Martyn Williams

IP based services will grow slowly

IP based services will grow slowly

Services based on IP (Internet Protocol) are the key to telecommunication carriers gradually creating new offerings and reducing the cost...

March 3rd, 2002 Stephen Lawson

Dev Bytes

Dev Bytes

Microsoft JUMPs for JavaA beta version of a tool that converts Java applications into Microsoft Corp.'s new programming language for...

February 21st, 2002 No Author

Canadian CEOs see bright days ahead

Canadian CEOs see bright days ahead

American and Canadian business leaders often differ in the way they perceive the state of the economy - much more...

July 26th, 2001 Chris Conrath

How’s Your Portal Strategy?

How’s Your Portal Strategy?

It took your management team a considerable time to put together a workable business strategy for the company's Web site...

February 28th, 2001 Charles E. Belford

Microsoft tries to Pocket the handheld market

Microsoft tries to Pocket the handheld market

Microsoft Corp. might already have won the desktop war, but the landscape of computing is changing, and so the software...

May 18th, 2000 Poonam Khanna