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  • 2001 is the First Year of Linux Clients, IBM Japan Executive Says

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- IBM Japan Ltd. started to strongly promote a wide range of Linux applications for clients. From Japan

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  • [NET&COM21;] A.I. Exhibits Bluetooth-Compliant Visor Prototype

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Devices based on Bluetooth, a standard for wireless communication, by A.I. Corp. are drawing visitors' attention at the exhibition zone for sponsors of "NET&COM21;," named "Frontline of the Networking." From Japan

  • [NET&COM21;] Most NTT Flet's ISDN Users Stay Online Less Than 10 Minutes

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- About 75 percent of users of Flet's ISDN service disconnect from the service after 10 minutes of access, said Norio Sakai, senior manager of the Marketing and Development Dept. of NTT East Corp. From Japan

  • [NET&COM21;] Experts Speak of Keys to Winning Mobile Commerce

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- A session on strategies for winning with mobile commerce was well attended on Feb. 7 at NET&COM21;, an exhibition held from Feb. 7-9 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba. From Japan

  • [NET&COM21;] Indian Firm Demonstrates OSGi-Based System; Parents Can Watch their Kids Via the Net

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) has set up an exhibition area called the "International Zone" at the NET&COM21;, which runs from Feb. 7-9 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba. From Japan

  • [NET&COM21;] Shavers on Show with Power Supplied by LAN Cable

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- At NET&COM21; exhibition being held now near Tokyo, one unique display is a shaver with power supplied by a LAN cable. From Japan

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  • Sony Jumps Toshiba to Place 4th in PC Shipments: Gartner

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- GartnerGroup Japan KK on Feb. 8 announced the results of its survey on PC shipments in Japan for calendar year 2000, presenting the numbers on the computer products of some 30 companies. From Japan

  • Visa to Start Trial Operation of New Security System in Asia

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- The competitor to Visa, the company that has established the world's largest credit card brand, is not other credit cards, but cash, said Rupert G. Keeley, president of Visa Asia-Pacific. From Japan

  • Lucent Signs US$17.4 Million Deal with CERNET

    February 9, 2001 (BEIJING) -- Lucent Technologies Inc. signed a US$17.4 million contract to build the backbone network for the China Education and Research Net (CERNET). From China

  • Half of I-Mode Users Pay for Contents, NTT DoCoMo Executive Says

    February 9, 2001 (TOKYO) -- About half of NTT DoCoMo Inc.'s 19 million i-mode users are subscribing to pay contents, Takeshi Natsuno, executive director of Gateway Business Department, said in a seminar held in Tokyo on Feb. 8. From Japan

  • Palm Seeks PDA Contract Manufacturers in Taiwan

    February 9, 2001 (TAIPEI) -- Palm Inc. of the United States will contract Taiwanese electronic manufacturers to produce personal digital assistants for it, according to Palm's executive for North Asian operation, R. F. Jiao. From Taiwan

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  • Omron Pres. Says Analog Technology, Sensors to Gain Momentum

    February 8, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Omron Corp. President Yoshio Tateishi said an era would come that allows analog and digital technologies to coexist. From Japan

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  • [Cover Story] Makers Manage Net Complaints with E-Support

  • DigiScents Adds Dimension to Web

  • 3G Group Adopts Network Development Roadmap

  • Microchip Forms Unit to Develop MCU-Embedded DSP

  • Agilent, CATC Develop InfiniBand Protocol Analyzer

  • Leepl Draws 70nm Pattern with LEEPL

  • Motorola to Use ARM Technology in DragonBall

  • Bluetooth Chip Connects Notebooks to WLAN

  • MIT Slashes Cache Power Dissipation by 40%

  • Sekisui Plasma CVD Offers 10x Deposition Rate

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  • Hewlett-Packard to Offer PC Recycling Service for Net Buyers From Nikkei Net Interactive
  • Jobs to Make Keynote Speech at MACWORLD/Tokyo From Japan
  • Nokia to Expand China Business From China
  • NTT Group Announces Cryptosystem for Contactless IC Card From Japan
  • China Netcom Initiates Price War in Long-Distance IP Calls From China
  • Matsushita Battery Develops Coin Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery for Mobile Devices From Japan
  • Samsung Electro-Mechanics Develops SAW Filters for IMT-2000 Handsets From Korea
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  • Online Shoppers on the Rise, Interested in Shifting to ADSL: User Survey

    February 5, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Some 65.4 percent of 16,000 Internet users polled said they have made e-commerce transactions, according to a Nikkei NetBusiness Net user survey. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] DRAM Prices Fall Sharply in North America

    February 7, 2001 (TOKYO) -- The decline in DRAM prices is driving DRAM makers to shift to the production of more profitable microchips, including large-capacity DRAMs. From Japan

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  • China to Rival Japan in Net Users by 2004 South China Morning Post
  • Japan Sets Date for Switch to Digital TV South China Morning Post
  • Game Makers Hope to Spark Craze with New Console South China Morning Post
  • Yahoo Takes Over Internet Consumer Review Service Firm Korea Herald
  • Alcatel Opens Seoul Office Korea Herald
  • Profitability of Cdma2000 3G Service under Dispute Korea Herald
  • LG Prepares to Sell Phone Unit ft.com
  • World's Best 4 Gigabit DRAM Tech Developed Korea Times
  • Compal Soars as World Slumps Taipei Times
  • Taiwan Semi Cuts Capital Spending ZDNetAsia
  • Intel Chips in on P2P Security ZDNetAsia

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