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Latest Net-Only PCs Debut at $350

In an attempt to test the waters before releasing his latest version of an Internet-only computer to the general public, Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison is making the first 10 units available through an online auction.

Angry Bezos Blasts Analyst Report

While delivering a keynote address at PC Expo on Wednesday, Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos blasted a recent analyst report that the mammoth e-tailer might soon run out of cash.

AOL in Digital Download Deal

Mammoth Internet service provider America Online announced an agreement Tuesday with InterTrust Technologies Corp. that will allow AOL's 23 million subscribers to digitally download music and videos for a fee, while protecting copyrighted material from theft.

Intel in $100M Hardware Push

In an effort to boost demand for its microprocessors, motherboards and networking products beyond the PC market, Intel announced Tuesday that it plans to spend $100 million (US$) over the next year to open 15 e-business centers throughout the world.

Dell To Target Small, Mid-Sized E-Businesses

Dell Computer Corp. unveiled on Tuesday a wide range of new online services geared toward small and mid-sized businesses, including Dell-branded Internet access, e-mail and purchasing services.

U.S. B2B To Reach $6 Trillion by 2005

The Internet's impact on the U.S. business-to-business (B2B) marketplace will trigger more than $6 trillion (US$) in trade by 2005, according to a new report by Jupiter Communications.

Webvan To Buy HomeGrocer for $1.2B

Further shrinking what is already a highly competitive e-commerce sector, online grocer Webvan Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: WBVN) announced Monday that it has agreed to acquire rival HomeGrocer.com for $1.2 billion (US$) in stock.

U.S. Expands AOL Time Warner Probe

U.S. federal regulators have expanded their probe of America Online's planned $124 billion (US$) acquisition of Time Warner, Inc., according to published reports.

Draw Declared in AT&T Broadband Case

In what is being described as a victory by both AT&T and open access advocates, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the city of Portland, Oregon has no authority to force AT&T to open its broadband infrastructure to competitors because the operation comes under the purview o...

Draw Declared in AT&T Broadband Case

In what is being described as a victory by both AT&T and open access advocates, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the city of Portland, Oregon has no authority to force AT&T to open its broadband infrastructure to competitors because the operation comes under the purview o...

Draw Declared in AT&T Broadband Case

In what is being described as a victory by both AT&T and open access advocates, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the city of Portland, Oregon has no authority to force AT&T to open its broadband infrastructure to competitors because the operation comes under the purview o...

Wells Fargo Net Service Accused of Racial Bias

A lawsuit filed in a Dallas, Texas federal court accuses Wells Fargo Bank of using the Internet to discriminate against minorities and encourage racial segregation.

MP3.com Targets Napster with Subscription Service

Rebounding quickly from a bruising legal battle over music copyrights, MP3.com announced this week that it is introducing a subscription system that could emerge as an alternative to controversial music swapping site Napster.

Small Biz Still Skeptical of E-Commerce

Although an increasing number of small and medium-sized businesses are embracing the Internet, many firms still remain skeptical about e-commerce, according to a study released Wednesday.

Report: Wireless Fueling Japanese Net Boom

A report released Tuesday by Japan's Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) shows that the number of Japanese going online doubled in 1999, with more than one-third of the new Net surfers gaining access via wireless technology.

DOJ Rebuffed in Microsoft Appeal

In a setback for the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied a request that the court relinquish jurisdiction over the Microsoft antitrust case.

AOL Unlocks Door to Open IM Standards

America Online, Inc. took its first step toward allowing open access to its popular instant messaging (IM) system with the submission on Thursday of an 18-page proposal to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), an industry panel that will eventually approve a standard for adoption.

Anti-Spam Bill Clears Key Hurdle

An anti-spam bill that could have a wide-reaching effect on online marketing is one step closer to becoming law following the U.S. House Commerce Committee's vote Wednesday.

‘Love Bug’ Suspect To Be Charged

The Philippine National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said Wednesday that it will file criminal charges this week against a man suspected to have spread the crippling "Love Bug" computer virus.

eBay Broadens Scope with Half.com Buy

Online auctioneer eBay has expanded into the fixed-price marketplace by agreeing to purchase person-to-person Web marketplace Half.com in a stock deal valued at $350 million (US$).

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