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The company's go-to guy for artificial intelligence is taking over its biggest business as its current search boss retires.
A computer defeats a master of the ancient board game Go. Is Monopoly far behind?
Toyota and three other Japanese automakers together with a power company have set up a group to promote electric vehicles by standardising recharging machines and marketing the technology abroad.
The high-tech dead-reckoning unit NaviSeer, from Seer Technology, supports GPS navigation. Coordinates accurate to within less than a yard, according to Seer.
The new technology from Jook Inc. can make any MP3 player act like a Zune.
Silicon Graphics Inc. unveils data storage systems that use Serial Advanced Technology Attachment disk drives, which offer lower performance but also a lower cost.
Silicon Graphics Inc. introduces a new high-end visualization machine that marks a major change for the company: reliance on mainstream video technology from ATI.
Amdahl IT, the information technology consulting services subsidiary of Fujitsu, has adopted the name and server product of another subsidiary, Fujitsu Technology Solutions Inc. (FTSI), the company will announce Tuesday. The new consulting group will sell the Fujitsu Technology Primepower servers, which use a similar chip and run the same Solaris operating system as Sun Microsystems' machines. Fujitsu has been gradually phasing out the name Amdahl. Amdahl once sold mainframes that competed with IBM's products. The FTSI consulting group, which competes against giants such as IBM Global Services and EDS, will continue to sell Sun servers as well, while the previous Primepower direct-sales effort will continue.
Disappearing Inc., whose technology "limits the lifetime" of e-mail for the benefit of corporate confidentiality, says it has closed a third round of funding from investors that included Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, J.P. Morgan Partners, Mitsui and Red Rock Ventures. The amount of the financing was not disclosed. The company had previously raised about $10 million from investors, and it now has about $20 million in the bank, according to a company representative. The San Francisco-based company, a provider of corporate policy management software and services, plans to use the funding to expand its sales and marketing efforts, as well as develop new products. The company's flagship product is dubbed "Disappearing Email."
Two major Chinese language Web portals have joined forces in hopes of becoming the preferred Web destination for Chinese speakers around the world. SinaNet of Cupertino, California, and Taipei, Taiwan, has merged with Stone Rich Sight Information Technology of Beijing, China, to form Sina, Inc. The new venture will create three portals focused on Chinese speakers in the United States, Taiwan, and mainland China.