Wednesday, May 04, 2005


A Flat-Panel Revolution Is Changing the Look of Computer Monitors
The Flatiron monitors (models L1780U and L1980U) recently introduced by LG Electronics USA (www.lgusa.com) are among the slimmest flat-screens in their class.
By MICHEL MARRIOTT

After Looking Elsewhere, Microsoft Will Expand at Home
After years of indecision on whether to build a satellite campus, Microsoft has pledged to keep its growing empire in Redmond, Wash.
By HARRIET KING

Time Warner Says Data on Employees Is Lost
Time Warner reported the loss of computer backup tapes containing data including the names and Social Security numbers of about 600,000 people.
By TOM ZELLER Jr.

Let's Make Some Magic, With No Strings Attached
The appeal of wireless technology has as much to do with glamour as it has to do with practicality.
By VIRGINIA POSTREL

Latest Promotion Vehicle Is a Hand-Held Media Device. Will Anyone Watch?
Sony has given advertisers another venue in their struggle to reach increasingly distracted consumers: its PlayStation Portable.
By NAT IVES

In Shift on Intellectual Property, Microsoft Will Team With Outsiders
Microsoft announced that it would begin to license its home-grown ideas to venture capital firms and entrepreneurs.
By STEVE LOHR

At Dartmouth, Advanced Wi-Fi
Classroom movie viewing is a result of a major wireless convergence project that has taken Dartmouth's phone, cable and wireless systems and condensed them into one Wi-Fi network.
By KATIE ZEZIMA

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