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IT Management Linux News for Mar 19, 2000

  • Forbes: Sun vs. Sun (2000-03-19 16:50:19)
    "Sun claims the unique right to assemble memory chips into modules. To Kingston, this patent claim is akin to patenting electrons. Memory modules, or DRAM modules, are ubiquitous and a commodity, amounting to a total market that Dataquest estimates will reach $30 billion this year."

  • CBS MarketWatch/Reuters: Netpliance shares rise 25 pct in debut (2000-03-19 02:09:14)
    "The Austin, Texas-based company makes an Internet device, known as the i-opener, that consumers can plug in for direct Internet access without using a personal computer... The company saw a more tepid gain than many other technology-related initial public offerings of late."