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A Los Angeles man said Monday that he would drop part of a libel lawsuit against eBay after the online auctioneer removed offending statements from the feedback section of its Web site. ...
Microsoft Corp is broadening client access rights to Windows servers through licensing changes unveiled yesterday along with the second release candidate (RC) of Windows .NET Server 2003. Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft Corp will let organizations access...
A casual observer at Intel's Developer Forum earlier this month might have thought the company that grew fat on the back of ever faster desktop PC chips was now more focused on mobile and server...