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Apple releases faster iBooks (up to 1.42 GHz), adds sudden motion sensor, scrolling trackpad

Apple releases faster iBooks (up to 1.42 GHz), adds sudden motion sensor, scrolling trackpad

By July 26, 2005

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First impressions of Power Mac G4 Dual 1.42 GHz (FireWire 800)

First impressions of Power Mac G4 Dual 1.42 GHz (FireWire 800)

By March 3, 2003

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Level 3 expands in Europe

Telecommunications carrier Level 3 Communications said Tuesday that it will expand its network in Europe by leasing capacity from other carriers. The company plans to start offering services in eight European cities next year, bringing the total to 17. The cities include Geneva; Madrid, Spain; Milan, Italy; Stockholm, Sweden; and Zurich, Switzerland; as well as Cologne, Karlsruhe and Stuttgart in Germany. The company's present 3,600-mile network connects Amsterdam, Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; London and Paris, along with the German cities of Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich. Level 3 chose to lease the high-speed fiber-optic cable lines in response to customer demand and as a cheaper option over building them. The troubled company reported a third-quarter net loss of $531 million, or $1.42 a share, on revenue of $375 million vs. a loss of $351 million, or 96 cents a share, and $341 million in revenue a year ago. The company had $1.49 billion in cash.

December 4, 2001

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Rival software makers merge in $1.42 billion deal

NetIQ and Mission Critical, makers of software used to monitor and administer computer systems, agree to merge in a stock swap worth about $1.42 billion.

February 28, 2000

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EZNote 1.42 fixes Spell Catcher 8 conflict

EZNote 1.42 fixes Spell Catcher 8 conflict

By August 30, 1999

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Short Take: Nextlink reports narrower-than-expected loss

Broadband service provider Nextlink reported a second-quarter loss that was less than consensus estimates. The Bellevue, Washington-based company lost $139.8 million, or $2.24 per share, compared to a loss of $75.9 million, or $1.42 a year ago. Nextlink was expected to lose $2.41 per share, according to First Call. Revenue rose 89 percent from a year ago to $60.7 million. The company approved a 2-for-1 stock split in July 15.

July 22, 1999