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Microsoft may have made some OEMs nervous by its entry into the tablet business, but channel conflict in the tech business is as American as apple pie.
Call it the second coming of the network computer, if you like, but major telecommunications companies have set up pilot outsourcing programs where they would supply access to virtual computers.
Apple stands out as the big exception but the history of tech companies trying their hand at operating their own retail stores is grim.
Trade organizations have amassed more than $1 billion in fighting battles for the industry. Chart: Tax-exempt tech influence New tech think tank created
Company is holding back high-speed fiber service out of fear that it will have to lease the links to rivals at below its own cost.
A string of deals between Baby Bells and satellite TV companies signals that local phone companies are scrambling to add video services in a bid to fend off cable rivals.
Dallas Mavericks' Mark Cuban made a bundle selling Broadcast.com to Yahoo. Nowadays he sees a gold mine in HDTV. But there's a more serious matter to contemplate: the NBA playoffs.
Businesses are realizing that maybe there is something wrong with the nontraditional, newfangled names that came into vogue in the mid-'90s.
Ma Bell has always been the most closely watched telecommunications company, and despite the breakup, that's not likely to change.