Tuesday, March 19, 2002
King Taps Private Sector For Maine's Laptop Plan
The credit-card company MBNA became the second organization to donate $1 million to the $15 million war chest King hopes to amass to save the plan.
Homegrown Mac Whizkid
Way back in 1996, Teng Chou Ming had no idea that he would be making a mark in the Mac world.
David Coursey: If Bill Gates loved the Mac as much as he says, he'd do more to make sure it exists merely as a second-class citizen in the Microsoft worldview, rather than the third- or fourth-class place it occupies today.
The effects of cannabis on a web-based lifestyle.
HP Declares Merger Will Be Approved
HP declared victory Tuesday in its hotly contested battle to merge with Compaq.
States Tel Judge Microsoft Is Still A Bully
Microsoft is still using its monopoly power to bully potential competitors like RealNetworks and the Linux OS.
Microsoft Hearing: Sun On A Hot Seat
Sun saw Microsoft's decision to stop supporting Java as an opportunity to highlight Microsoft's "hostile business practices."
PlayStation 2 Gets Kicked Out Of CeBit
Less than a week after Steve Ballmer told visitors to CeBIT that he wanted to see a warmer, friendlier Microsoft, his company has become embroiled in a row with Sony.
Does Microsoft Make The Grade? Well, Let's See...
If you were grading Microsoft, what score would you give it?
Microsoft 'killed Dell Linux' - States
Carry On Kempin