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Cisco unveils application acceleration gear

Under its Application Network Services portfolio, Cisco System Inc. is shipping ACE 4710, Wide Area Application Services Mobile and an XML gateway

IBM, Microsoft settle case

Microsoft Corp. will pay IBM Corp. US$775 million and give it another $75 million in credit under an antitrust settlement announced by the two companies Friday. The settlement resolves all discriminatory pricing and overcharging claims stemming from the U.S. government's mid-1990s antitrust case against Microsoft, the companies said .

IBM buys open-source developer Gluecode

IBM Corp. said Tuesday it has acquired Gluecode Software Inc., a startup developer of open-source infrastructure software. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. El Segundo, California-based Gluecode built a Java application development platform called Joe out of open-source components from the Apache Software Foundation's portfolio.The components include Apache's portal technology, its Geronimo application server, its Derby database and its Agila BPM (business process management) engine. Some of those technologies originated at IBM.

Sun adds Linux in bid to boost thin clients

Bob O'Donnell, an analyst at IDC in Framingham, Mass., said telecommuting via thin clients is a niche that could grow as part of an overall increase in corporate use of the devices.

MS ANTITRUST : Unveiling of ruling reignites debate

Nearly a month after finding Microsoft Corp. guilty of monopoly abuse, the European Commission made public its 302-page ruling on Thursday, prompting a strenuous rebuttal from the company in a widely leaked internal memo.

Regulators back EC Microsoft ruling

Antitrust regulators from the 15 European Union (E.U.) countries have unanimously backed the European Commission's negative ruling against Microsoft Corp., a Commission spokeswoman said Monday

EC may force Microsoft to sell two Windows versions

European Commissioner for competition Mario Monti may demand that Microsoft Corp. sell two versions of its ubiquitous operating system, Windows, in Europe: one with Media Player inside as it does at present, and another with the music and video playing software stripped out and sold separately, people close to the case said on Tuesday.

MS ANTITRUST : Sources: EU rejects Microsoft offer

The European Commission has rejected an offer from Microsoft Corp. to settle its long-running antitrust case, said people familiar with the situation on Tuesday.

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