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Intel and TI extend licenses to support ARM's v6 architecture
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7/31/2001   Post a comment
Intel and Texas Instruments (TI) threw their weight behind ARM Holdings' upcoming v6 architecture last week by announcing wide-ranging extensions to their licensing agreements with the UK processor cores company.
Analysis: IT spending much lower than expected
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7/30/2001   Post a comment
It never happened. The IT investment boom of 1998 to 2000 has been scaled back significantly in the annual revisions of U.S. gross domestic product.
ATI acquires Appian's desktop software technology for $2 million
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7/30/2001   Post a comment
MARKHAM, Ontario -- ATI Technologies Inc. here today announced that it has acquired Appian Graphics Corp.s' desktop management software and technology for $2 million. Under the terms of the agreement, ATI has acquired ownership of Appian's HydraVision desktop management software and related technologies. In addition, ATI has hired several of Appian's employees to develop future enhancements to HydraVision software.
Microsoft to let developers view CE source before buying
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7/24/2001   Post a comment
Microsoft has quietly posted the source code for version 3.0 of its Windows CE embedded OS on its website, making the code available to anyone with an evaluation copy of the Platform Builder software.
Realogy break-even to fund Internet push for new look NRTA
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7/6/2001   Post a comment
Real time products reach profitability as company adopts new image as LiveDevices.
IBM and National team up on home gateways
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7/3/2001   Post a comment
IBM and National Semiconductor are the latest technology players to announce a link up aimed at offering a development platform for home gateways.


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