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Hardware for Embedded Devices

by June 18, 2001

Universal Micro system is a general-purpose hardware that can be programmed and used to develop applications for different embedded devices

A Programmable Graphics Chip

by June 18, 2001

GeForce 3, NVIDIA’s new GPU, can be programmed by game developers

An Intelligent Web with SunONE

by June 18, 2001

This smart and context-sensitive system promises to unite applications from all ‘Webs’ and make them work in tandem. They can deliver information based on who you are, where you are, and what you are doing at a particular time

Making the Right Moves

by June 18, 2001

There is something more than meets the eye in Cisco’s $4 billion write-off charges this quarter. Meanwhile, Hewlett-Packard seems to be on a risky course

Benchmarking Accounts Receivables

by June 18, 2001

Is your accounts-receivables’ software up to the mark?

Managing Customer Relations in the Electronic Age

by June 18, 2001

eCRM solutions give companies a more interactive and personalized way of handling customer relations Cisco’s record write off 

What’s your Return on Investment?

by June 18, 2001

Firms are no longer in a mad rush to be Web-enabled. Instead, they do a cost-benefit analysis first and find out if investments will bring any tangible benefits

Copy Cat

by June 18, 2001

Attempts by people to pick up stuff from websites and pass it off as their own are on the increase. One needs to guard against this

The Firewall Primer

by June 17, 2001

Questions on firewalls answered, and two hardware firewalls for the SOHO segment reviewed.

New-generation OSs

by June 17, 2001

Gone are the days of a one-size-fits-all OS. OSs today are coming with versions to suit different needs. Windows XP, Red Hat Linux 7.1, NetWare 6, Mac OS X are some of the newest versions. Read on to find out what they can do for you.

Can You Bank Online?

by June 17, 2001

Most Indian Banks have only a half-hearted online presence. We checked out fifty banks that operate in ...

Banks That Offer Forms Online

by June 17, 2001

These banks don’t let you transact online, but have downloadable forms for opening various accounts, or applying for loans, which you can fill and send across

Time to Call in the ASP

by June 17, 2001

Indian banks are way behind in computerization, let alone Internet enablement. What exists is more often than not outdated and obsolete. Opting for ASP solutions may provide a quick way out.

Online-banking Software

by June 17, 2001

Two products from Infosys—BankAway and PayAway—that allow banks to offer you various online services

Banks with Online Services

by June 17, 2001

We found that eleven banks in India let you do banking transactions online. Here is what they offer

Can You Bank Online?

by June 17, 2001

There would hardly be any one reading this article, who has not used the services of a ...

Armfree Mouse Pad

by June 17, 2001

A mouse pad that promises to improve your blood circulation even as you click away

LG’s Internet Monitor

by June 17, 2001

Browse the Internet sans a PC using this 15’’monitor

Dell’s Latitude C600 Notebook

by June 17, 2001

A notebook that lets you wirelessly connect to your LAN

Wipro’s Laser Printers 

by June 17, 2001

Laser 1700 and 1900 are 12 ppm printers meant for small workgroups