CNET NEWS.COM DISPATCH
Thursday, October 15, 1998
30 new stories as of 2:00 PM PT
TODAY'S TOP STORIES
-- Alpha: Whole lotta MHz
-- Zapata cans Internet plans
-- Analysts shine on Apple ?
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Compaq will roll out its first Alpha chip-based server on Monday and lay out
plans for a future 1,000-MHz version of the processor, which it acquired in
the Digital Equipment deal.
Internet plan sleeps with the fishes
While global markets continue to tank, fish oil and food service company
Zapata canned its plan to acquire 31 Internet companies to create the
"roach motel" of portals.
Apple prophets of profit
Some may be skeptical of Apple's comeback. But many analysts see
the wealth of hungry iMac customers and the Internet explosion as signs of
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TODAY'S FEATURED STORIES
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Netscape in slew of content deals
Intel details Merced
Lycos plays hide-and-seek
Intergraph farms out production
Big Blue continues freeware push
Congress pushes tech bills
Data mart vendors go vertical
Justice to show Gates video at trial
H&Q may leave Macs for PCs
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