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Cheer up -- somebody's gotta come last

Blogging starts to take off in China, analyst says

The number of registered blogs in China has more than doubled since the beginning of this year, according to a market research firm in Beijing. China had 33.4 million registered blogs at the end of the third quarter, up more than 100 per cent since January, when it had 14.5 million blogs, said research company Analysys International.

Help arriving for those tough questions about your IT operaions

Forrester research offers evidence that an integrated IT management (IIM) dashboard could be on the way.

IDC: Server market stabilizing as Dell gains share

Dell Computer Corp. was the only top-five vendor to post year-over-year revenue growth in the server market during the third quarter, according to research released Wednesday by International Data Corp. (IDC).

Special report: More than a Tiny blow

Intel Corp. looks to be the loser after Tiny Computers Ltd.'s demise. Tiny was an Intel-only manufacturer for most of its lifetime, whereas Time Computers Ltd. remains Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s biggest customer in the U.K. Now that Time has taken over the Tiny brand, Intel has taken a blow.

VoIP to find receptive ears in 2002

The slow but steady adoption rate of VoIP (voice over IP) technology will continue in 2002, but could get an additional boost as more enterprises catch on to the administration and application payoffs offered by the technology.

Adults dominate the Internet, says Media Metrix

More adults are going online more often than teens, even during summer vacation, when kids have a lot more free time to surf the Net.

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