Friday, December 7, 2001
Will Apple Win Big On Microsoft Case?
The nine US states who have so far rejected all moves for a settlement could ask for concessions which would benefit the Apple and Linux communities.
Apple's Ahead-Of-Time Innovation
Innovation isn't about being just-in-time; it's about creating your own opportunities.
Dan Gillmor: If Americans think that destroying freedom is the answer to terrorism, then America is truly losing its way.
I had held the opinion that one should not regret the decisions one have already made. No point. No use. And I try to stick to that view.
Recent personal events, however, suggested another viewpoint. Maybe I was too coward in the past to make decisions that can be regretted down the road?
Oh well. No point regretting that now, is it?
Packard Family To Weigh Compaq Merger
HP's largest shareholder, the Packard family foundation, meets Friday to consider whether to support a controversial plan to buy Compaq — a decision that could make or break the merger.
NPD: Xbox Is Hot
The Xbox video game system from Microsoft Corp. had the best-selling video game console launch on record after two weeks of sales.
Linux To Take 10% Of PDA Biz By 2003
Rising star of the PDA world will be Linux, which will have craved out ten per cent of the market from zero today.